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bath, 3rd friday artwalk

Bath

The Bath Artwalk offers over 25 locations and artists. Many new artists and retail locations are featured monthly as well as many past favorites. Artists in Maine’s “Cool Little City” welcome visitors to studios, receptions and exhibits.

Discover home studios and galleries a few minutes’ drive from downtown Bath and explore downtown art spaces on foot in this vibrant community on the Kennebec River. Live music and great company await. New openings are held each month. A group art show can be found at Bath City Hall. New this year, the Bath Trolley offers transportation and a guided architectural tour to north end studios – Hop on near City Hall and buy a $2 pass that allows you to ride during ArtWalk hours.

when

The Bath Artwalk takes place between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. on the third Friday of the month.

2017 dates include:

June 16

July 21

August 18

September 15

where

Map/brochure: Available in town at participating galleries and online at:

https://visitbath.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Bath-Art-Walk-Brochure.pdf

Begin: Bath City Hall, 55 Front St, Bath, or at any participating venue.

 

while in town

Bath is an art town.  It is also known as the City of Ships.  Bath Iron Works dominates the Kennebec River shore, 19th century captain’s homes grace Washington Street, and Maine Maritime Museum tells Bath’s story, as well as many others, through its exhibits and tours. Bath is a designated National Trust for Historic Preservation Distinctive Destination.  Visit nearby Reid State Park or Popham Beach State Park.  See also Chocolate Church Arts CenterMain Street Bath, and Southern Midcoast Chamber of Commerce.  Bath is in the “Mid-Coast” region.

 

getting here

Bath is just off Route 1, 35 miles north of Portland. Public transportation: Maine Eastern Railroad and Concord Coachlines.

 

contact

For more information about this artwalk please contact the event organizer:

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