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Through These Windows: Teen Art Exhibit
Through These Windows is a teen-envisioned and created photography exhibit brought to you by the Teen Library at Monument Square. You can visit Through These Windows safely and at any time this spring by taking a walk down Elm Street and stopping by the library’s old entrance, across from Freshman Alley. We will be hosting an art opening event and celebration in May.
When: Spring 2021
Portland Public Library
5 Monument Square
Portland, Maine 04101
Elm Street side of building
About the Artist & Exhibit:
“My name is Maizie Hummel-Logee and I am a local Portland, Maine social justice and street photographer. I strive in my work and my art to document the lives and moments of people who may go unnoticed in our everyday life. Throughout my project Through These Windows I wanted to Photograph and tell the stories of young activists and organizers throughout the Portland area and document their continued work even when facing immense challenges. Stories of love, fear, joy and hope make up these portraits of leaders personally creating the world they want to live in and pass on. I hope dearly that you are able to enjoy the art for the photos, but also the stories of incredible activists throughout our community that work every day to uplift and care for our world and the people who live in it.”
Through These Windows is our inaugural PPL Teen Artist in Residence culminating exhibit. Stay tuned for information on how you can become next year’s PPL Teen Artist in Residence! For more information about this event or other Teen offerings from PPL, email email@example.com.