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As always, BRAF wishes to thank you for your support and

contributions to our community-oriented non-profit mission.

News

The Boothbay Region Art Foundation is temporarily closed to rebuild the building storefront.
Please note that 2024 Summer hours will be Tuesday through Sunday, 10 am - 5 pm. 
GRAND REOPENING OF BRAF
  • Mark your Calendar: The non-profit Boothbay Region Art Foundation will be reopening on Friday, June 7th at 10 am. Please join us on First Friday, June 7th from 5 pm - 7 pm, for a wine and cheese Opening Reception to celebrate the First Members' show.  We're looking forward to viewing what was created during the Winter and as always, the reception is open to the public and member artists.
  • Mark your Calendar: The date for dropping off artwork for the first Member's Show is now set for Monday, June 3rd from 10 am - 5 pm or Tuesday, June 4th from 9 am to noon.  The Opening Reception, open to the public,  will be held on First Friday, June 7th from 5 pm - 7 pm.

​      Link to the Select Artist Gallery through the Menu above for samplings of BRAF Members' fine art.

  • Mark your Calendar:  June Campbell Rose, who has been the heart and soul of BRAF, wearing multiple hats in her twenty-five-plus-year tenure, has retired. The Board is enormously grateful to June for her many years of service to the gallery and the art community of the Boothbay region.

Celebrating the Legacy of June Rose

Please join us at the gallery for a reception to honor June

Friday, May 31st, 5:30pm

Boothbay Region Art Foundation

1 Townsend Avenue, Boothbay Harbor

 

We are all looking forward to celebrating

June's remarkable tenure at the gallery. 

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  • Exhibiting Artists:  Have you missed the times to pick up unsold artwork from past shows? Please pick up artwork or make arrangements with the Gallery. Artwork that is left becomes the property of the Gallery.

 

  • The Second Floor Gallery Rooms:   BRAF offers rental space for one person or small group exhibitions.  For dates, availability, costs, and other information go to:

Welcome to our gallery

in the heart of Boothbay Harbor, Maine.

The Boothbay Region Art Foundation, Inc., an inclusive, 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, has been a cornerstone of the region's artistic community since 1963. Our mission is to provide artists of all ages with the opportunity to showcase and sell various forms of visual arts including paintings, sculpture, photography, and mixed media.  The gallery is a venue to promote Member artists, offers a variety of classes and workshops, and generates income to operate the mostly volunteer Gallery and provide scholarships for area graduating students to continue their art education.  Tax-deductible donations to honor the arts are critical for BRAF to continue serving our communities.

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Currently Showing:

The Gallery is currently closed for repairs.  The next show is a Members' Exhibition with the Opening Reception, on Friday, June 7th from 5 pm - 7 pm. A Celebration for June Rose will be on Friday, May 31 starting at 5:30 pm. All events are open to the public.

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The Boothbay Region Art Foundation is not your typical Gallery...

In 1963, twenty-six founding artists desired to leave a legacy to the Boothbay Region that had given them inspiration and livelihoods.  They developed the model of selling their artwork to help fund a Boothbay Region High School Scholarship Foundation to assist local college bound graduates with an interest in artistic endeavors.  Over a half a century later, the members, artists, and volunteers of the Boothbay Region Art Foundation Inc., a 501{c}(3) charitable and educational nonprofit organization, continue that operational model through the Gallery. The artists still return a portion of their sale proceeds to the Foundation to support the Gallery, the inclusion of K-12 Art Shows, and the BRAF Scholarships.  Your donations will also contribute to this long legacy of giving back, inspired by the bounty of the Boothbay Region.

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