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In a former Norway snowshoe factory, an arts hub is taking shape

A nonprofit is working to transform the large building into a multi-use space called Lights Out Gallery.



“NORWAY – Downstairs, three volunteers were installing insulation. In a future gallery, two more were helping Pamela Moulton paint a sculpture made out of discarded fishing gear. In an office, Anne Stuer was cataloging video interviews of Maine artists while Daniel Sipe and Reed McLean worked on fundraising postcards. Upstairs, two people were getting ready to install speakers in a soon-to-be dance studio. Later, Georgia Ryan would heat a big pot of turkey mole for a shared lunch…”


– Megan Gray, Portland Press Herald




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