COMING SOON: A Black sheriff. A serial killer. A small town ready to combust.
OUT NOW: An annotated selection of the letters of the Pulitzer Prize–winning poet and playwright Edna St. Vincent Millay, from childhood through the last year of her life.
OUT NOW:The Language of Trees considers our relationship with literature and landscape, resulting in an astonishing fusion of storytelling and art and a deeply beautiful celebration of trees through the ages.
The fairs take place in Camden’s historic Harbor Park and Amphitheatre, and on the street that passes through the park, at the head of Camden Harbor. About 65-80 exhibitors display their work in standard 10×10 tents. We would love to welcome you to the salty air and intimate surroundings of our Harbor Park and Amphitheatre during the time of year when the town of Camden is bustling with tourists — all here to enjoy the ocean views and many cultural and artistic events in the area.
VENDORS: If you are a vendor who is interested in applying for the fall fair, please visit the online application portal:
The Camden Public Library and artist Colin Page, owner of Page Gallery, are collaborating to present “Camden on Canvas,” a plein-air fundraiser being held July 21 through July 23.
This unique event will unite twenty-two notable landscape artists from around New England for a weekend of painting outdoors. The occasion will culminate with a “wet-paint” exhibit, followed by a ticketed reception and lively auction in the historic Camden Amphitheatre.
This is an exciting opportunity for the public to observe painters as they capture the beauty of our community—where the mountains meet the sea. Collectors can bid on newly created works of art and know that their purchases are helping to secure the library’s future.