A Pageant of Spectacles: Chromolithography in America

Osher Map Library 314 Forest Ave, Portland, ME, United States

A special exhibition at the Osher Map Library, which showcases full-color and realistic images produced by chromolithography and its particular applications to maps and bird’s-eye views. Chromolithography was used in the nineteenth century, especially for the scenic, the special, and the spectacular. Featured image by: ArtHouse Studio: https://www.pexels.com/photo/old-map-of-iceland-on-wall-4338273/  

Dark Art of the Skinny Stick with Cheri Perry

Maine Island Kayak Co Kayak Beach, Peaks Island, ME, United States

Explore the foundation skills of the extensive Greenland rolling repertoire: layback, forward, and sculling rolls with the paddle, norsaq, hand, and more! Experience the elegance and ease of Greenland strokes: canted, sliding, vertical, bow & stern sweeps, bow & stern rudders, sculling draws. Learn the balance brace, sculling brace, and chest scull, as well as […]