Arts

Exhibitions

Events

Artists

Residency

SPACE Studios

Kindling Fund

Ideas

About

Reader

Calendar

Donate

Arts

Artists

Ideas

Calendar

Menu Close

The Maine Frontier: Through The Lens of Isaac Walton Simpson

INFO
Friday, October 24 2014
7:30PM
 
 

WISCASSET FILMMAKER SUMNER MCKANE’S NEWEST DOCU-EXHIBIT

The Maine Frontier: Through The Lens of Isaac Walton Simpson, combines the scarcely seen turn-of-the-century photography of Isaac Simpson with both archived and current films, oral histories, and a compelling musical soundtrack performed live. The Maine Frontier is an illustration of family, work, community and culture in northern Maine at the turn-of-the-century, exemplified via Isaac Simpson’s extensive photographic collection of logging camps, farms, “Shack Hill and “Little Italy” in Millinocket, railroad tie camps, shoe-last camps, and of the pioneering families who sustained a life on the Maine Frontier. Employing Isaac Simpson’s exemplifying photographs, The Maine Frontier investigates the unique geographical circumstances of a pioneering people in a region virtually disconnected from the rest of the state and country. 

The Maine Frontier : Through The Lens of Isaac Simpson from DON’T HIT YOUR SISTER RECORDINGS on Vimeo.

Due to a performer’s possible Covid-19 exposure and rain in the forecast, the status of the July 25th Steve Gunn and William Tyler show at Greenwood Garden is unclear. We will update all ticket holders and the public on Saturday, July 24th with more information.