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Free Linocut Workshop at COA’s Beech Hill Farm
Sunday, April 15, 2012 - Beech Hill Farm
Join College of the Atlantic's Catherine Clinger, the Allan Stone Chair in the Visual Arts, for a linocut printmaking workshop at the college's Beech Hill Farm in Mt. Desert. The workshop, which is free, will run Sunday, April 15 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Lunch will be provided.
Prints from the workshop will be sold at the Sustainable Foods Conference, Food Connections: Reconnecting Hands, Mouth & Mind through Food Systems Education, which will take place at COA itself from April 20 through 22, ending in an Earth Day celebration. Proceeds from the sales will benefit Share the Harvest, a farm-based food access program that aims to make fresh, local, healthy produce accessible to all members of the Mount Desert Island community by offering vouchers to Beech Hill Farm.
The workshop will be held in the education space of the Beech Hill Farm and space is limited. Preregister for the Sunday, April 15 workshop at Beech Hill Farm, 171 Beech Hill Rd. in Mt. Desert, by contacting Bronwyn Clement at 207-801-1258 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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