HALLOWELL — The Harlow Gallery recently announced its spring 2018 schedule of Second Sunday events to be held in its new location at 100 Water St.

Second Sundays are free community art-related events scheduled for 2-4 p.m. on the second Sunday of each month. Some materials will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring their own.

Some events may have limited enrollment depending on the activity. Attendees can try something new and/or sharpen old skills as all ability levels are welcome. Both artists and art lovers can enjoy the process of making art as well as looking at art and discussing it. Most events are for families, children younger than 10 must be accompanied by an adult.

The first Second Sunday events of 2018 is Personal Identity Clay Sculpture with Rachel Hamlin on Sunday, Jan. 14.

Hamlin will teach attendees a variety of ceramic hand-building techniques to create a sculpture that symbolically or realistically represents the individuals personal identity. Clay and firing will be provided by Hallowell Clay Works.

Upcoming events include: Pencil Drawing: A Different Kind of Self-Portrait with Wendy Burton on Feb. 11; Recycled Robots with Gayle Chung on March 11; and Nature Journaling with Andrea Lani on April 8.

The Harlow Gallery’s Education Committee organizes and hosts the events which are led by volunteer presenters and sponsored by Camden National Bank.

Donations and sponsors to support gallery programs are welcome.

Those who have an idea for a future Second Sunday event, email [email protected].

This event is limited to 12 participants. To register, call the gallery at 622-3813 by 6 p.m. the Saturday preceding the event.

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