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First Friday Art Walk


On the first Friday evening of every month, the city’s artists, galleries, and arts venues open up their doors for Portland’s thriving First Friday Art Walk.

Upcoming First Friday Art Walk

Friday, October 2, 2020

The Telling Room
225 Commercial St., Suite 201

OCTOBER 2ND | 8:00 - 9:30pm
We proudly present Show & Tell: A Virtual Literary Spectacular — a newly envisioned celebration of The Telling Room’s mission to empower youth through writing and share their voices with the world. This heartfelt and dynamic variety show will be safely performed without an audience in the State Theatre and delivered to your device so you can experience it from the comfort of your own home—or anywhere! 
Show & Tell 2020 will feature the full original lineup: a solo musical guest appearance by Lady Lamb, storytelling by Kelly Corrigan and Phuc Tran, and readings by Telling Room Poets, all as produced and directed by Sean Mewshaw. Plus a few surprises, of course!
Premiere date: Friday, October 2, 2020, 8pm - 9:30pm Can’t watch October 2? You can buy your ticket today and watch at a time that works for you after the premiere. 
VIRTUAL TICKET DETAILS are available below or find out more at
WE ALSO HAVE ANOTHER AMAZING RAFFLE THIS YEAR! If you've been dreaming of a 2021 summer getaway to Borestone Mountain Audubon Sanctuary, you're in luck! All the details and your chance to buy raffle tickets are available at  

Greenhut Galleries

Thursday, September 10, 2020, 10:00 AM - Saturday, October 3, 2020, 5:00 PM.   Tina Ingraham was born in Kenton, Ohio in 1947. She received her MFA from Brooklyn College of CUNY in 1996 and Bachelor of Science in Design at the University of Cincinnati, College of DAAP in 1970. Influenced by three years of living in Perugia Italy, Ingraham’s study of Renaissance painting and fresco is evident in her warm palette, fascination with surface and vivid perception of nature. She is a recipient of many awards, including grants from the Guggenheim Foundation, Maine Commission for the Arts and Pollock Krasner Foundation. She has taught in a variety of teaching environments including Bowdoin College, Stephens College, Brooklyn College, and painting workshops in Italy, Colorado and Maine. Commissions of note include the Myron Edward Ullman III family portrait collection and the portrait of Joshua Chamberlain commissioned by Bowdoin College. Down East Book Publications include two reproductions of Ingraham’s Harbor Fish Market paintings: “Early Snow” in Carl Little’s and David Little’s Paintings of Maine, and “Portland Pier at Low Tide” in Paintings of Maine, A New Collection by Carl Little.   View the Exhibition