Maine Fungi Fest 2023 is excited to serve our community by offering
interactive space with a bunch of fun free activities for kid and adults
The space will be located in the green space directly across the street from the venue,
which is kindly offered to us by The Portland Museum of Art
Open to all public 10am—4pm on Saturday and 10am—2pm on Sunday.
Courtesy of Jim Doble's Elemental Design, original large size outdoor instruments will be available for playing to people of all ages.
Nettie Gentempo is a professional hula hoop artist and multi-talented performer. Her work has been featured on a variety of stages, including the Blue Ocean Music Hall – Salisbury, MA, Portland House of Music – Portland, ME and the Institute of Contemporary Art – Boston, MA
At the beginning of 2021 Nettie decided to document her art via social media by #hulahoopingeverydamnday, (In which she committed to hula hooping every day for two full years).
Hoola Hooping with Nettie Loops
We are setting up a variety of hands-on art stations where kids (and adults) can create
Conscious Creation Station
Our team of guest artist is going to organize a collaborative painted mural creation together with visitors
Attendees will have the opportunity to build a mushroom sculpture 6’x8’ out of birch saplings and other living matter.