Jonathan Levitt & Jesse Lenz
in conversation, September 26th

 Join us for a conversation between Maine-based photographer Jonathan Levitt and Jesse Lenz, founder and director of Charcoal Book Club, as they discuss book making, the necessity of collaboration, and Levitt’s book, Echo Mask, recently published by Charcoal Press, to be released in November.

Thursday, September 26th, 6:30pm
630 Forest Avenue, Portland
no admission charge, but donations accepted

Advanced copies of  Echo Mask  will be available to be purchased and signed.

Advanced copies of Echo Mask will be available to be purchased and signed.


THE ANNUAL PHOTO A GO-GO

Since its debut in 1999, Photo A Go-Go has become one of southern Maine’s most-anticipated annual arts events – a memorable evening with live music, local drinks, eats and a space full of friends and amazing photography. The Bakery Photo Collective has hosted this annual silent auction once a year for over 18 years to support its facility, programs and celebrate the art of making photographs. The event features work from established and emerging photographers at incredible prices, and also gains the attention of many collectors, curators and galleries throughout Maine and beyond.


2019 Photo A Go-Go submission guidelines & information coming soon.



Photo by Nick Gervin © 2019.

Photo by Nick Gervin © 2019.

Artist Talk & Book Signing with the Bakery Collective’s Nick Gervin.

Thursday Aug, 8th 2019

7:00 pm

at The Bakery Photo Collective

Free Event

Join us on August 8th at 7:00 pm for a presentation by Nick Gervin on his self-published book titled ‘The Lines Don’t Lie’. Nick has spent over two and a half decades documenting the contemporary graffiti culture here in New England, making him a graffiti historian of sorts. His artist talk will cover a brief history of graffiti art in general, his personal connection to documenting the graffiti culture, and the process and experiences of making his fist monograph.

Books will be available for purchase and signing.

630 Forest Ave, Portland, Maine. Free parking at the rear of the building.

The lines Don’t lie

By Nick Gervin & Michelle Ferris Foreword by Ichabod.



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Woodfords Corner is PROUD

Friday June 14, 5-7pm

Food, Music, Love

Please celebrate PRIDE with The Bakery Photo Collective, Speedwell Projects and other shops and businesses at Woodfords Corner. Music, Photo Booth, food and beverages!

Smith Galtney and Jocelyn Lee will be exhibiting portraits of the LGBTQ community in Portland and beyond throughout the month of June in the windows of Speedwell and The Bakery.

The Bakery Photographic Collective & Speedwell Projects 630 Forest Ave. Portland, Maine.


Darkroom Dedication for Bruce Brown / Farewell Party for Tonee Harbert

Friday, May 17, 6pm to 8pm

630 Forest Ave. Portland, ME. 04101

Join us as we raise a glass and pay tribute to two beloved Portlanders. First, we’ll formally dedicate Darkroom #1 to the one and only Bruce Brown, curator and patron extraordinaire whose contribution to the Maine arts community cannot be overstated. Then we’ll bid farewell and bon voyage to longtime Bakery member/director Tonee Harbert, before he heads out for a year long artist residency at the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Foundation.