Belfast Creative Coalition
Contact: Kimberly Callas
26 Spring St., #5
Belfast, ME 04915
Phone: 207.323.8692

The Belfast Creative Coalition’s mission is to cultivate arts and culture to attract people and business to the Belfast area.


• Unifying the efforts of a well-recognized and highly-respected cluster of arts and cultural endeavors, building collaborative partnerships with multiple sectors, while establishing a cohesive identity as an open resource.

• Coordinating arts and cultural events through the Belfast Creative Coalition website, calendar syncing, networking, strategic planning, and streamlining promotions.

• Marketing Waldo County arts and culture locally and regionally, coordinating group ads, creating marketing products from the arts and culture sector that market Belfast’s three gems of art, local food and beautiful land.

• Facilitating “the business of art and culture” by fostering an entrepreneurial spirit amongst creatives, hosting artist networking nights and disseminating opportunities in education, technology, innovation and funding that prepare and sustain our creative workforce.

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The farm is coming to Waterfall Arts with Farmyard Art Day! This AAAH (All Ages Art Happenings) event is part of the Cultivate Fall Tour and takes place on Saturday, October 10 from noon to 3 pm. As part of the tour, the AAAH event will bring the farmyard to Waterfall Arts’ front yard at 256 ...
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