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PECHAKUCHA NIGHT VOL. 21 JANUARY 10

Join us for a fun and engaging evening of personal stories about art, ideas, travel, history, and more.

$5 at the door. Members free. Doors at 6:30pm. Snacks by Part & Parcel.

Our excellent presenters for January 2018 are:

Katherine Ferrier
Ayumi Horie
Carol Landry
Daniel Mosher
Savanna Pettengill
Suzanne Stohlman & Michael Tarabilda 
Joseph Webster Glass

Thank you to Bangor Savings Bank for their sponsorship of this event.

CALL FOR WORK: RUMPUS 2018

 

 

 

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HOLIDAY MIXER DECEMBER 21

Come to Engine’s Handmade on Main design and fine craft pop-up from 6-7:30pm for an evening of prosecco, oysters, holiday shopping, and community mingling! A wonderful opportunity for you to support local artisans and makers, and Engine, as you do your last minute holiday shopping in a warm and welcoming community arts space.

GET YOUR TICKET HERE

One ticket gets you a glass of prosecco, two beautiful Maine oysters graciously provided by our friends from NONESUCH Oysters, AND a chance to meet the one and only oyster lady, Abigail Carroll. After that, the bar will be open featuring a selection of craft beer and wine.

Tickets are $5 for the general public and FREE FOR ENGINE MEMBERS. Members can enter their email address into the Promotional Code box upon ticket purchase.

All attendees need to RSVP prior to the event so we know how many oysters to order by WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 20th by noon.

We look forward to seeing you!

WISH LIST

ENGINE’S WISH LIST

It takes stuff to run an organization like Engine. We offer screenprinting, a ceramic studio, a darkroom, a media lab, a FabLab, and a woodshop. We hire artists who teach to mentor the kids. We teach valuable skills like 3D design, animation, graphic design, and introduce kids to 3D printing and digital fabrication.

We run after school programs, camps, and classes for youth, from all socio-economic backgrounds. Our sliding scale payment policy frequently (almost always) means we have to rely on other ways to subsidize classes for youth so we can continue to operate. And, we know some of the items are ambitious, but those things lead to more capacity of skills development, workforce training, and earned income. We’d be happy to tell you how. We dream big!

You can simply make a direct donation here and let us decide where to best spend the dollars or you can earmark for a specific thing below.

Download a copy of our Wish List here or click on the image below for a printable, mailable, deliverable PDF.

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