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The Harlow Gallery and Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts invite the public to tea

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Tea and pastries Tea and pastries

Join Harlow Gallery staff & board members at Watershed Center for the Arts on Sunday, August 25th from 2-5pm for afternoon tea and homemade pastries.  All are welcome. Watershed artists-in-residence attending the final summer session are collaborating to make ceramic teapots in their studios; the group includes filmmakers, painters, sculptors, writers, directors and potters.  Using their varied talents, the artists will produce beautiful teapots and a film that explores their collaboration.  Come learn about their working process during a slide presentation and visit their studios, fill up on tea and delicious confections, and enjoy a special pottery sale of ceramic tea pots, tea cups and tea!

When: Sunday, August 25th, from 2 5 p.m.

2 p.m. Tour the grounds and studio with Watershed board member, artist and art teacher Jonathan Mess

3 p.m. Tea and treats with Watershed artists-in-residence, staff, and guests

4 p.m. Artist talks by Jemma Gascoine, Simon van der Ven, and Carole Ann Fer

Where: The Watershed campus, 19 Brick Hill Rd, Newcastle, ME

Advance registration required. Register online here: http://watershedceramics.org/tea-party-at-watershed/, or call the Harlow Gallery at 207.622.3813.

$10 per person, or $8 for members of the Harlow Gallery/ Kennebec Valley Art Association

Lace gloves optional.

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