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Cultural Connections in the Park: Sarah Sockbeson, Penobscot

  • Jordan Pond House 2928 Park Loop Road Seal Harbor, ME, 04675 United States (map)
Image credit: Eager Eye Photography

Image credit: Eager Eye Photography

Sarah Sockbeson is one of the several young basketmakers who take Wabanaki traditions to a new level with their contemporary styles. A member of the Penobscot Indian Nation, Sarah apprenticed with basketmaker Jennifer Neptune and combines contemporary elements such as painting and bone carving into her work. Known for her vivid color combinations and beautiful landscape paintings, Sarah will demonstrate the various steps within her artistic process.

Location: Jordan Pond House Lawn, Acadia National Park

All Cultural Connections in the Park programs are sponsored by Dawnland, LLC, are offered in partnership with Acadia National Park, and are free and open to the public.

The Cultural Connections in the Park series occurs every Wednesday from late June through September.

Earlier Event: July 17
Kid’s Hour at the Abbe!
Later Event: July 19
Abbe Museum Gallery Tour