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Museum
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Arts & Crafts Store
“Fancier gifts and things. They have the most beautiful, Maine artist calendar”
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Library
“The library has a wonderful map library--the Osher Map Library. Also, there's usually an exhibit of art on the top floor (reading room) of the library, where there's also a great panoramic view.”
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Museum
“Wonderful museum, arts and cultural center with a full schedule of events all summer long.”
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Library
“Children's story times Wed-Fri at 10:30 AM held outside when weather allows and indoors during inclement weather. ”
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Museum
“It's really the only reason to go to Peak's Island unless you live there or are going to a wedding. Or having a wedding. I had my first one there, enough said. Anyway, there must be over 100 umbrella covers from all over the world (there's even an adults only room) AND you get serenaded by curator Nancy 3 Hoffman on accordion. What's not to love? It's not a secret spot though, it's been featured on The Weather Channel! OK, maybe it IS secret because who watches The Weather Channel anyway?”
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Художественная галерея
“Located at the Maine College of Art right next to Reny's, the ICA always has a great exhibition going on.”
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Library
“University of Southern Maine Law School only 4 streets away. An easy walk for visiting parents, lecturers, and teachers.”
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Художественная галерея
Synagogue
“Restored Etz Chaim Synagogue, a turn-of-the-century immigrant era house of worship, transformed into the Maine Jewish Museum. The first floor gallery showcases rotating exhibits by contemporary Jewish artists from Maine. From the second floor, visitors enter the main sanctuary and can gain an understanding of religious practices and beliefs through objects and architecture. In the vestibule of the new elevator addition is the photo exhibit of holocaust survivors who settled in Maine, accompanied by excerpts of their oral testimonies. Historic exhibits on the third floor highlighting the contributions and accomplishments of Maine’s original Jewish immigrants.”
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Художественная галерея
“Enjoy Portland's Largest Gallery showcasing Local artist as well as International Fine Art paintings. ”
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Arts & Crafts Store
“Check out my coveted whale tail mugs and then go and enjoy shopping and eating in the Old Port. Historic streets, pretty architecture, lots of water views from restaurants on the water. ”
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Художественная галерея
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Художественная галерея
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Художественная галерея
“Public Art Portland's web site offers a map of "approved" sculptures and other art installations around the city. Some are iconic images, like the Maine Lobsterman in Canal Plaza or the sculpture of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow at, well, Longfellow Square. Others have been the subject of some controversy such as the "Cloud Couch" near Baxter Boulevard around Back Cove. One complete failure that isn't on the list anymore was called "Tracing the Fore". It looked like circular saw blades sticking up out of a patch of overgrown weeds. It was removed because it was a safety hazard and an eyesore. ”
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Library
“Co-located with the University of Southern Maine Library, which also has art exhibits on the 5th (Photography) and 7th (book arts) floors. Great views from the library 7th floor.”
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