The Frontier features rotating exhibitions by artists whose work supports the Frontier mission: connecting people to the world. Exhibitions at Frontier range from local to international photography, storytelling, travel, food and farm documentation, local history, and community organizations.
If you are interested in exhibiting your work at Frontier, please complete and submit the exhibition submission form. Exhibitions show for 2-3 months and are booked 9-12 months in advance. All artwork must be exhibition ready.
October 3rd – November 13th, 2017
Frontier will host an exhibition featuring some of the late Mildred Johnson’s assemblages along with many previously unexhibited 2D works. The exhibition features work that spans the time Mildred maintained studios at Ft. Andross as well as some of her earlier fiber work and drawings. As one of the first artists to have a studio in the mill, Mildred enjoyed an inspired camaraderie with her fellow artists in the Brunswick community, never gave up her ongoing quest for materials, and always enjoyed being a regular at Frontier. We are pleased to be able to honor and remember our friend with this exhibit curated by Susan Westly Wren of West Island Gallery.