Are you new to the music and visual artistry of David Bowie? Then this event is for you! Dr. Stephen Grandchamp (Assistant Professor of Literature and Digital Humanities at UMF) will screen and discuss four critical music videos from the career of David Bowie (including “Life on Mars?”) in order to initiate the New Commons Project’s exploration of his life and art.
An Evening of Poetry Reading by outgoing and incoming Maine poets laureate Stuart Kestenbaum and Julia Bouwsma. This event is presented by ArtsFarmington in collaboration with the UMF English Department. Fee is $10, free under 18 and for UMF students. Masks and vaccination are required. Tickets on our website, artsfarmington.org ,with limited availability of tickets at the door.
Mark your calendar! We've done it! Internationally acclaimed, award winning celtic band, Coig returns to Old South First Congregational Church, UCC on Wednesday, December 15th for the annual Christmas Benefit Concert! Our beloved Cape Breton, NS based band will bring holiday cheer as we raise money for the FAEM Ecumenial Heating Fund that will help our neighbors in Franklin County heat their homes this winter during their 2021 Maine/New England Christmas concert tour. Guest musician, Thierry Clouette (guitar and foot percussion) will be joining Chrissy Crowley (fiddle), Rachel Davis (fiddle, and Darren McMullen (multi-instrumentalist) for the Christmas tour. Owen Kennedy,
Hope Chernesky, on fiddle, guitar with vocals, will perform on Feb. 6 at 3pm in Nordica Auditorium. (Snow date, Feb. 13). Admission is $10 at the door or on ArtsFarmington’s website, artsfarmington.org. Those in attendance will need to be masked and show proof of vaccination. Social distancing, when possible, is recommended. Call 778-9437 for more info.
Concert by renown group from Denmark