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    Thanks to an anonymous donor all new and increased museum fund gifts will be matched – up to $100,000.00, ensuring continued success and growth for the museum. Your year-end gift to the Museum Fund will instantly double! Help us to meet the challenge and make our goal.

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    • A Shakespearean Holiday Card from the Farnsworth

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      On October 3, 2014, as part of the Free Community Opening for the Farnsworth's Edwin Austin Abbey's Shakespeare exhibition, members of the community participated in a video project. Each participant read a Shakespeare sonnet and these were merged to create this simple community sonnet reading.

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      • EAT

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        Sculpture by Robert Indiana, 1964. Atop the Farnsworth Museum in Rockland, Maine since the summer of 2009.

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        • The Making of Roaring 20s

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          A documentary on the making of Roaring 20s, a youth produced music video featuring local singer-songwriter Alexis Pastuhov. This project is a joint collaboration between Julia’s Gallery For Young Artists at the Farnsworth Art Museum and the Strand Theatre. Over a two month period, participants were involved in pre-production, directing, screenwriting, acting, camera work, set photography, sound and post production, working under the guidance of director Nicole Marie Fuller and production designer, Virginia Hastings. The 1920s themed video features fantastical montages and vintage zombies.

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          • Art Works - A Teen-Made Stop-Motion Film

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            ArtWORKS is the second film created by the Farnsworth’s Julia’s Gallery teens. With lively colors and inventive techniques, the students took real-life issues, such as homelessness and school dropout, and imaginatively recast them in miniature with hand-crafted sets, including a Lego village, shadow puppets, and claymation figures. In a layered and poignant narrative, teens anonymously recount how art—dance, music, theater, the written word, or the visual arts—helped them through particularly challenging times in their lives. Students in the Julia’s Gallery for Young Artists program creatively visualized these narratives in ways that are both sensitive and magical, demonstrating how “art works” as a form of solace and inspiration.

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            • Everybody Has Their Roots

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              A documentary about the making of ArtWORKS. ArtWORKS is the second film created by the Farnsworth’s Julia’s Gallery teens. With lively colors and inventive techniques, the students took real-life issues, such as homelessness and school dropout, and imaginatively recast them in miniature with hand-crafted sets, including a Lego village, shadow puppets, and claymation figures. In a layered and poignant narrative, teens anonymously recount how art—dance, music, theater, the written word, or the visual arts—helped them through particularly challenging times in their lives. Students in the Julia’s Gallery for Young Artists program creatively visualized these narratives in ways that are both sensitive and magical, demonstrating how “art works” as a form of solace and inspiration.

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