Steel House Projects is pleased to present ARGENTUM , the latin word for silver, an exhibition of 14 silverpoint drawings by Richard Iammarino. At 80 years of age, Iammarino has spent over fifty years revisiting silverpoint; these classical compositions are technical explorations of imagined figures and landscapes. The works evoke the ethereal and fantastic.More information →
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The Number of Inches Between Them is a new sculpture and performance project by New York based artist Gordon Hall taking place across multiple locations in mid-coast Maine in the summer of 2017. The project is brought to these spaces and organized by Kindling Fund recipients and Maine artists Elizabeth Atterbury and Meghan Brady.More information →
Steel House Projects is pleased to present It May Happen Anyway, a cross-cultural dance production between artists from Maine and Taiwan, at NORO Gallery. Choreographed by Casey Avaunt, M.F.A., the project is a postmodern dance piece created in collaboration with Taiwanese dance artists Yang Hsiu-Ju and Hsueh Hsin-Yi and Maine-based performer Kelly Varian.More information →