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Spring Art Camp

April 15
Common Street Arts, 10 Water Street, Suite 106
Waterville, ME
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$125

Begin your spring the fun way: with art at CSA! Create amazing spring art in this week-long exploration of art and creativity. Make a cool mini drawing robot, learn about ceramics, explore the 3D printing world, and even adventure outside (weather permitting). Ages 8-12. April 15 - 19 Half Days 9:00 - 12:00 p.m. $125 […]

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Juliet Karelsen: Heptagonal Spring

April 15
Waterville,

In all its various forms and configurations, Juliet Karelsen’s work cross-references painting, stitching, tapestry, rug making, embroidery, abstract art, fantasy, landscape, textile, miniature worlds, and even science – from botany to mycology to planetary and solar – touching on the micro and macro scales. In the windows at 93 Main Street, Waterville from Apr 15 […]

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5:30 PM

3D Printing Workshop

April 15, 5:30 PM7:30 PM
Common Street Arts, 10 Water Street, Suite 106
Waterville, ME
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$80

Ever wondered how 3D printers work and what you can create with them? This three-week workshop will provide an overview of 3D printing from start to finish, including demonstrations, software, preparation, designing, and of course, printing. For ages 15 and up. Registration required. This workshop begins on Monday, April 15, and continues for the next […]

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7:00 PM

Populism and Double Standards: Growing Challenges to Human Rights in the Americas

April 15, 7:00 PM
Free

Please join the Goldfarb Center to hear José Miguel Vivanco, one of the nation’s experts on human rights in Latin America, give this year's Senator George J. Mitchell Distinguished International Lecture. Over the last 70 years, the international community has reached a key consensus on human rights issues, ranging from torture to freedom of expression, from women’s […]

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Anatomists and the Stolen Statues: Stories of Science, Art, and Religion

April 15, 7:00 PM
Room 100, Lovejoy Building, Colby College, Mayflower Hill Drive
Waterville, ME
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Free

In 1807 the London surgeon and anatomist Charles Bell was called by his friend Thomas Bruce, the Earl of Elgin, to view the friezes of the Parthenon, recently brought to London, having been taken from their original home in Greece. Bell was asked to assess the statues as an anatomist and to analyze their representations […]

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