We know you love coming to Stonington especially on Friday mornings from 10Am to Noon to the Stonington Farmers Market. As if you needed another reason to visit (or stay longer) in Stonington, now the Opera House gives us this:
Opera House Arts at the Stonington Opera House (OHA) is excited to announce the launch, on the evening of August 12, of a new public art installation: Inside Out & After Dark, a series of giant historic projections on the 30’x40’ harbor face of the Stonington Opera House, in celebration of its Centennial. The projections, created by East Blue Hill filmmaker Veronica Young with materials from the collection of Opera House Arts, the Deer Isle-Stonington Historical Society, and the Penobscot Marine Museum, will, starting at dusk each night from August 12-24, treat community members and visitors to free, outdoor, historic images of Stonington and its Opera House, on the National Register of Historic Places, between 1912 and 2012. The project’s goal is to draw attention to the community and Main Street significance of the 100-year-old Stonington Opera House, and the creativity it has and continues to house. Find out more about OHA! at their website.