Upcoming events

    • 2 Mar 2021
    • (EST)
    • 21 Sep 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 14 sessions
    • Virtual
    Register

    Are you looking to improve your creative development with constructive feedback?

    Join ArtSpeak with Kaitlyn Metcalf: our Visual Arts Critique Group. All mediums and experience levels are welcome. You just have to be open to new ideas and productive feedback.

    Bring whatever you are working on and, as a group, we will offer insight on how we, as viewers, are experiencing the piece and offer thoughts on how to further your creative expression. Technique and idea exchange are essential aspects of critique, so come ready to share!

    The group will meet via Zoom until we are able to meet in person at ArtWaves.

    You will receive a Zoom link once you’ve booked this service.

    Kaitlyn Metcalf is a painter and adventurer living on the coast of Maine. 

    Event cost by donation

    • 5 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 26 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    "Art is a guarantee to sanity.”  Louise Bourgeois

    For many, it can be difficult to escape the rigors, responsibilities, and overall stress of our day-to-day lives.  Statistics show that 77 percent of people experience stress that affects their physical health, and 73 percent of people have stress that impacts their mental health. (Source: The Recovery Village)  

    The practice of art making can provide many strategies to better decompress from some of the things that happen to us and around us.  It can also provide moments of “escape”, if that is the healthiest goal.  The restoring and healing power of meditative and mindful art is available to any who wish to give it a try, as rather than being an outcome-based process, it is a focus on the process itself. 

    Through various drawing exercises, visual journaling, and mindful art making, we will equip ourselves with lifelong tools for coping with stress, finding beauty in unexpected places, and having an overall healthier relationship with self.


    For a great read on this topic, check out this article from The Washington Post:https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/inspired-life/wp/2015/08/25/why-making-art-is-the-new-meditation/

    • 5 Jul 2021
    • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    • 10
    Register

    Beginning Silverpoint

     Monday, July 5th, 6-9 pm

     Beginner and Intermediate, Adult

    Silverpoint is a surprisingly simple technique with ancient origins that will bring your drawings to the next level. It has been known through the centuries for its capability to create fine detail with a subtle shimmer all its own. In this class we will cover the basics, including preparing the ground, different mark making techniques and learning to maximize the subtle qualities of the material. If desired, we will also explore applying silverpoint drawings to three-dimensional objects. Each student will leave the class with two works in progress and the knowledge and materials to continue to explore silverpoint media on their own. 

     About the instructor:

    Phoebe Zildjian is a metalsmith and sculptor living and working in coastal Maine. She builds architectural miniatures and fine craft works that create a sense of place in the natural world. Her work illustrates the principle that seeking solitude is a feminist act. In her quest to imply a vast, unseen landscape, delicate material depict the impact of the elements upon these spaces. Through the relationship of material and structure, Zildjian’s work provides a focal point for solitude and contemplation of an endless reality beyond view. She holds a BFA in Metalsmithing and Jewelry from Maine College of Art, and has studied craft at institutions including Haystack Mountain School of Crafts and Monson Arts.

    Kit price:  $45 plus shipping



    $35 Member Fee

    $45 Non Member Fee




    • 6 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 24 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 8 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    Drawing is an illusion that is created through an understanding of how lines interact with one another.  This is true of even the most intricate, photorealistic drawings.  In this class, we will look at how simple lines become various shapes.  We will learn how shading can be used, along with contrast to achieve desired results in our drawings and illustrations.  We will also learn some “tricks” and optical illusions to bring our work to the next level.


    Come draw with Tammy, using graphite, charcoal, and ink to bring your visions to life.  Whether you have little memory of learning to draw, or want to expand and test your skills, this class has a lot to offer every individual.  This is also an excellent way to refresh or learn the basic elements of art to carry over into your other art classes.  

    This course will run weekly for four weeks, and will be offered as an online option, as well as at Artwaves during the summer session, allowing you to join in the way that you prefer.

    Steampunk Octopus, T. Giles, White gel pen on black paper, 2020

    • 8 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 13 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    Landscape Master Class

    Landscape Master Class meets every other week over eight weeks with demonstrations, lectures, an online forum, discussion and critiques. Although demonstrations will be done in oil, artists working in all media wishing to explore the landscape in their work are welcome.

    Bring your landscape work to the next level with Rob Pollien. Whether in the studio or en plein aire, this course will address both the practices and concepts central to painting the landscape.

    Materials: Open to painters in any media. Instructor demonstrations will be done in oil.

    Meets every other Thursday 1- 3:30 PM for 8 weeks July 8

    $150 MEMBERS

    $160 NON MEMBERS


    Bar Harbor artist Robert Pollien hold an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.

    Rob is a local artist, teacher and a former Acadia National Park Artist in Residence.


    • 8 Jul 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    Practical Yoga for the Working Business Professional  (Virtual)

    Thursday July 8th  5:30 - 6:30pm

    Join us as we explore Practical Yoga for the Business Professional. We will discuss common workplace injuries, how to avoid them utilizing skills and lessons from yoga. In addition we will be practicing three 5-Minute Yoga Routines, and three Yogic Breathing (Pranayama) techniques that you can easily do in the office to refocus, as well as to ward off stress and tension in the body and mind. Electronic handouts, and resources will be provided as well as an opportunity to ask questions. No prior experience with yoga is necessary, all are welcome. No special clothing or materials needed.

     $15.00 Members

    $25.00 Non Members

    Zoom link will be provided upon registration



    • 11 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 25 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 3 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    Summer Fruit Desserts. 3 Part Series

    Sunday July 11 10-11:30

    Sunday July 18 10-11:30

    Sunday July 25 10-11:30


    A recipe handout will be provided prior to each class so students can shop for groceries needed to  complete the class, and any equipment, utensils, do-ahead steps needed. 

    Week 1: Strawberry Shortcakes Two Ways  

    We’ll make two versions of this iconic dessert: traditional and a chocolate version, with fresh, sweet,  vanilla scented strawberries and crème fraiche whipped cream 

    Week 2: Crisps and Cobblers 

    Nectarine Raspberry Cobbler and Cherry Crisp, plus ideas on different combinations of fruits that can be  used. 

    Week 3: Blueberry Hand Pies 

    Juicy blueberries encased in a flakey crust, baked or fried, with sweet vanilla glaze. 

    About the Instructor:

     JoAnne Wood was born in England, grew up in San Francisco, and comes from a long line of fine  British bakers. After graduation from the California Culinary Academy, she worked as a pastry  chef in the San Francisco Bay area. Since moving to Maine in 2000, she has worked as a  professional pastry chef, owned a dessert catering company and, for more than 15 years, taught  cooking classes. She has a passion for cooking and baking, and for teaching people of all ages. 



    • 12 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 9 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 5 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    Kids Yoga & Mindful Games with Bala Bee Yoga

    Mondays 3:30 PM - 4:30 PM, July 12 - August 9

    Most suitable for children 3.5 years old - 9 years old. No yoga experience necessary. Bala Bee Yoga approaches yoga in a playful age appropriate manner.

    Bala Bee Yoga provides children's yoga and mindfulness classes that are age appropriate, engaging, safe, and relaxing. Children will practice yoga through movement, balance, breath, relaxation music, and more. We focus on mindful awareness. Each class session will work on strengthening and stretching the body through playful poses and yoga games. Closing with a mind-body connection and breathing techniques meant to calm and center the young child.

    In each class the instructor will lead children in a mindful get to know you game, bring all children together in a centering moment to begin class with guidelines and check in, we will proceed to get our wiggles out with some yoga focused creative movement, re-center with mindfulness & brief meditation, breath work and yoga poses that complement our thematic focus of the day. Each class will conclude with a guided relaxation before our traditional closing.




    • 12 Jul 2021
    • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual - Zoom
    Register

    CLOWN SKILLS 

    PHYSICAL COMEDY, SLAPSTICK, JUGGLING, MAGIC, AND MORE!

    This workshop will focus on teaching students how to use mime and movement techniques to develop physical characters and perform basic elements of slapstick or physical comedy. Students are also instructed in various performance skills including juggling, magic, balance board, and stage combat. Some of the elements of the workshop are as follows.

    PHYSICAL COMEDY AND SLAPSTICK. Each class begins with a series of simple rolls on the mats. The objectives are: to warm up the body; make students familiar with the many ways their bodies can contact the ground; and insure the safety of the students while performing the various falls. The rolls are the foundation for any tumbling and falling that the students learn in the workshop. For example, Students are taught the proper method for doing a back shoulder roll from a sitting position, followed by a back shoulder roll from a standing position, a back shoulder roll with a flop, a banana peel slip, then eventually a banana-peel-slip-fall-back-shoulder-roll-with-a-flop.

    JUGGLING. Students will learn a variety of drills that will help them develop good technique for juggling a variety of items. I think of juggling not just as three balls in the air, but as object manipulation. We will work on one, two, and eventually three ball juggling, scarves, plates, rings, and clubs. 

    BALANCING. We will work on many aspects of balance and balancing. Students are taught to balance a stick on various parts of the body, balancing other objects (plates, hats, rings, etc.), and balancing themselves on the Rola-Bola or Balance Board, and on the large rolling tube (like walking on a log that rolls). 

    MAGIC. The basics of sleight-of-hand magic depend on fine motor control and mime skills. Again, the students are taught the building blocks for learning good technique, which can be used to create and develop a variety of illusions.

    TIME AND TIMING. Use of varying rhythms to find and show attitudes and emotions. Also, exploring the great secret of comedy – timing.

    IMPROVISATION. Many of the movement exercises are improvisational in nature. We will make use of additional theater games and improvisation exercises in exploring the creation of routines.

    COOPERATION. Teaching students to work together in to find creative solutions to tasks.

    RESEARCH. Building a foundation for further creativity.


    • 12 Jul 2021
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    • 12
    Register


    Two Dimensional Felting- Sunflower Painted Landscape

    July 12   Monday 6:30-8:00

    Needle felt a simple yet stunning sunflower landscape! Gather your family and friends and spend the warm summer evening relaxing together as you craft. A wonderful class for beginners and those familiar with felting alike. 

    Itemized Material List, Include cost per item or kit price including shipping. 

    Needle Felting Kit including all materials-

    • wool
    • needles
    • foam pad
    • 5" embroidery hoop
    • fabric

    $25 plus shipping

    About the Instructor:

    Isabel is an elementary teacher in Freeport, Maine. She was introduced to felting as a child attending Waldorf School and later rediscovered felting as a therapeutic art form. Today, inspired by her environment and her elementary students, Isabel crafts for the love of it! She offers felted fairies, dolls, treasure pouches, bracelets, holiday decorations, landscape “paintings,” and nature table pieces

    Class Cost  $25

    Non Members $35

    • 14 Jul 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual - Zoom
    Register

    Learn to take control of your digital camera to make more creative photographs. Switch your camera off of the program and scene modes and see how you can find more creative results in manual mode. You will learn about the exposure triangle and how aperture, shutter speed, and ISO affect your images.

    • 15 Jul 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 26 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    • 11
    Register

     

    Introduction to Drawing

    Meets every other Thursday 1- 3:30 PM for 8 weeks

    July 15 1- 3:30 PM

    July 29 1- 3:30 PM

    Aug 12 1- 3:30 PM

    Aug 26 1- 3:30 PM

    Want to get essential skills that will start you off right? This class meets every other week over eight weeks with demonstrations, lectures, an online forum, discussion and critiques that will help you to understand the basic drawing concepts that are central to making visual art. Clear, easy to follow instructions and basic exercises will get you on the path to making great drawings.

    Materials

    a 14 x 17 inch pad of drawing paper,

    a kneaded gum eraser,

    2 Prismacolor Jet Black Ebony pencils

    and a pencil sharpener or single-edged razor blade

     

    Bar Harbor artist Robert Pollien hold an MFA from the University of Pennsylvania and attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture.

    Rob is a local artist, teacher and a former Acadia National Park Artist in Residence.



    • 15 Jul 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    Practical Yoga for the Weekend Warrior  (Virtual)

    Thursday July 15th  5:30pm- 7:00pm

    Join us as we explore Practical Yoga for the Weekend Warrior. We will discuss common injuries incurred during weekend adventuring, and practice specific yoga postures to alleviate and avoid these injuries. In addition we will be practicing a 20-minute full-body yoga routine that can be done by all ability levels before or after your weekend adventures that will help prevent injury and reduce tension in the muscles. Electronic handouts, and resources will be provided as well as an opportunity to ask questions. No prior experience with yoga is necessary, all are welcome. Loose fitting or flexible clothing and a yoga or exercise mat is recommended.



    • 19 Jul 2021
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual - Zoom
    Register

    CLOWN SKILLS 

    PHYSICAL COMEDY, SLAPSTICK, JUGGLING, MAGIC, AND MORE!

    This workshop will focus on teaching students how to use mime and movement techniques to develop physical characters and perform basic elements of slapstick or physical comedy. Students are also instructed in various performance skills including juggling, magic, balance board, and stage combat. Some of the elements of the workshop are as follows.

    PHYSICAL COMEDY AND SLAPSTICK. Each class begins with a series of simple rolls on the mats. The objectives are: to warm up the body; make students familiar with the many ways their bodies can contact the ground; and insure the safety of the students while performing the various falls. The rolls are the foundation for any tumbling and falling that the students learn in the workshop. For example, Students are taught the proper method for doing a back shoulder roll from a sitting position, followed by a back shoulder roll from a standing position, a back shoulder roll with a flop, a banana peel slip, then eventually a banana-peel-slip-fall-back-shoulder-roll-with-a-flop.

    JUGGLING. Students will learn a variety of drills that will help them develop good technique for juggling a variety of items. I think of juggling not just as three balls in the air, but as object manipulation. We will work on one, two, and eventually three ball juggling, scarves, plates, rings, and clubs. 

    BALANCING. We will work on many aspects of balance and balancing. Students are taught to balance a stick on various parts of the body, balancing other objects (plates, hats, rings, etc.), and balancing themselves on the Rola-Bola or Balance Board, and on the large rolling tube (like walking on a log that rolls). 

    MAGIC. The basics of sleight-of-hand magic depend on fine motor control and mime skills. Again, the students are taught the building blocks for learning good technique, which can be used to create and develop a variety of illusions.

    TIME AND TIMING. Use of varying rhythms to find and show attitudes and emotions. Also, exploring the great secret of comedy – timing.

    IMPROVISATION. Many of the movement exercises are improvisational in nature. We will make use of additional theater games and improvisation exercises in exploring the creation of routines.

    COOPERATION. Teaching students to work together in to find creative solutions to tasks.

    RESEARCH. Building a foundation for further creativity.


    • 22 Jul 2021
    • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    How to Design & Commit to an At-Home Yoga Practice  (Virtual)

    Thursday July 22nd  5:30pm  to 7:00pm

    Are you looking to design your own home yoga practice, but do not know where to start? Join us as we walk you through step-by-step the important components of any home yoga practice. Followed by a hands-on exploration of a wide selection of yoga postures that can be easily modified for all ability levels that you can utilize as part of your home practice. Then, you will have a chance in class to utilize an electronically provided worksheet and start to build your own practice. We will also focus on barriers to committing to a home practice and how to overcome those. No prior experience with yoga is necessary, just a willingness to explore and learn. No prior experience necessary, but an eagerness to learn and make a commitment to yourself is helpful. All abilities welcome.  Loose fitting or flexible clothing and a yoga or exercise mat is recommended.

    Zoom Link will be sent after registration.

    $15 Members

    $25 Non Members



    • 1 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 15 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 3 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    • 12
    Register

    Summer Grilling: a 3-Part Series

    Sunday, Aug 1 5:00 - 6:30PM

    Sunday, Aug 8  5:00 - 6:30PM

    Sunday, Aug 15  5:00 - 6:30PM

    A recipe handout will be sent to you prior to each class so students can shop for groceries needed to  complete the class, and any equipment, utensils, do-ahead steps needed. 

    Week 1 Menu: Greek lemon chicken, lemon orzo feta salad, fresh watermelon lemonade

    Week 2 Menu: Spinach Boursin stuffed portabella burgers, Grilled Mexican street corn, fizzy  strawberry lime Ricky 

    Week 3 Menu: Grilled garlic shrimp, Panzanella Salad, Raspberry French Mock-tini 


    About the instructor:

    JoAnne Wood was born in England, grew up in San Francisco, and comes from a long line of fine  British bakers. After graduation from the California Culinary Academy, she worked as a pastry  chef in the San Francisco Bay area. Since moving to Maine in 2000, she has worked as a  professional pastry chef, owned a dessert catering company and, for more than 15 years, taught  cooking classes. She has a passion for cooking and baking, and for teaching people of all ages. 



     



    • 2 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 23 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    "Art is a guarantee to sanity.”  Louise Bourgeois

    For many, it can be difficult to escape the rigors, responsibilities, and overall stress of our day-to-day lives.  Statistics show that 77 percent of people experience stress that affects their physical health, and 73 percent of people have stress that impacts their mental health. (Source: The Recovery Village)  

    The practice of art making can provide many strategies to better decompress from some of the things that happen to us and around us.  It can also provide moments of “escape”, if that is the healthiest goal.  The restoring and healing power of meditative and mindful art is available to any who wish to give it a try, as rather than being an outcome-based process, it is a focus on the process itself. 

    Through various drawing exercises, visual journaling, and mindful art making, we will equip ourselves with lifelong tools for coping with stress, finding beauty in unexpected places, and having an overall healthier relationship with self.


    For a great read on this topic, check out this article from The Washington Post:https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/inspired-life/wp/2015/08/25/why-making-art-is-the-new-meditation/

    • 2 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 23 Aug 2021
    • (EDT)
    • 4 sessions
    • ArtWaves Virtual
    Register

    Beginner & Intermediate Dance with Lindsey Jennings

    This class is an open invitation for anyone wanting to find home, weight, and grounding in

    their body. We will spend the beginning third of class in a warm up that builds heat and

    heartbeat, and bring us into community together. After our bodies are warm, we will spend time

    learning concepts and vocabulary derived from post-modern dance forms via short

    combinations and patterns. Class will end with the shared learning of a short choreographic

    phrase that synthesizes our time together, and will cumulatively build each class. Concepts

    explored in this class will include ones from yoga, Pilates, somatics, post-modern dance, and

    African diasporic dance techniques.

    This class is for students ages 16+ for people with little to no dance experience, but are interested in moving their body.


    • 9 Aug 2021
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual - Zoom
    Register

    CLOWN SKILLS 

    PHYSICAL COMEDY, SLAPSTICK, JUGGLING, MAGIC, AND MORE!

    This workshop will focus on teaching students how to use mime and movement techniques to develop physical characters and perform basic elements of slapstick or physical comedy. Students are also instructed in various performance skills including juggling, magic, balance board, and stage combat. Some of the elements of the workshop are as follows.

    PHYSICAL COMEDY AND SLAPSTICK. Each class begins with a series of simple rolls on the mats. The objectives are: to warm up the body; make students familiar with the many ways their bodies can contact the ground; and insure the safety of the students while performing the various falls. The rolls are the foundation for any tumbling and falling that the students learn in the workshop. For example, Students are taught the proper method for doing a back shoulder roll from a sitting position, followed by a back shoulder roll from a standing position, a back shoulder roll with a flop, a banana peel slip, then eventually a banana-peel-slip-fall-back-shoulder-roll-with-a-flop.

    JUGGLING. Students will learn a variety of drills that will help them develop good technique for juggling a variety of items. I think of juggling not just as three balls in the air, but as object manipulation. We will work on one, two, and eventually three ball juggling, scarves, plates, rings, and clubs. 

    BALANCING. We will work on many aspects of balance and balancing. Students are taught to balance a stick on various parts of the body, balancing other objects (plates, hats, rings, etc.), and balancing themselves on the Rola-Bola or Balance Board, and on the large rolling tube (like walking on a log that rolls). 

    MAGIC. The basics of sleight-of-hand magic depend on fine motor control and mime skills. Again, the students are taught the building blocks for learning good technique, which can be used to create and develop a variety of illusions.

    TIME AND TIMING. Use of varying rhythms to find and show attitudes and emotions. Also, exploring the great secret of comedy – timing.

    IMPROVISATION. Many of the movement exercises are improvisational in nature. We will make use of additional theater games and improvisation exercises in exploring the creation of routines.

    COOPERATION. Teaching students to work together in to find creative solutions to tasks.

    RESEARCH. Building a foundation for further creativity.


    • 11 Aug 2021
    • 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual - Zoom
    Register

    Learn to take control of your digital camera to make more creative photographs. Switch your camera off of the program and scene modes and see how you can find more creative results in manual mode. You will learn about the exposure triangle and how aperture, shutter speed, and ISO affect your images.

    • 16 Aug 2021
    • 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM (EDT)
    • ArtWaves Virtual - Zoom
    Register

    CLOWN SKILLS 

    PHYSICAL COMEDY, SLAPSTICK, JUGGLING, MAGIC, AND MORE!

    This workshop will focus on teaching students how to use mime and movement techniques to develop physical characters and perform basic elements of slapstick or physical comedy. Students are also instructed in various performance skills including juggling, magic, balance board, and stage combat. Some of the elements of the workshop are as follows.

    PHYSICAL COMEDY AND SLAPSTICK. Each class begins with a series of simple rolls on the mats. The objectives are: to warm up the body; make students familiar with the many ways their bodies can contact the ground; and insure the safety of the students while performing the various falls. The rolls are the foundation for any tumbling and falling that the students learn in the workshop. For example, Students are taught the proper method for doing a back shoulder roll from a sitting position, followed by a back shoulder roll from a standing position, a back shoulder roll with a flop, a banana peel slip, then eventually a banana-peel-slip-fall-back-shoulder-roll-with-a-flop.

    JUGGLING. Students will learn a variety of drills that will help them develop good technique for juggling a variety of items. I think of juggling not just as three balls in the air, but as object manipulation. We will work on one, two, and eventually three ball juggling, scarves, plates, rings, and clubs. 

    BALANCING. We will work on many aspects of balance and balancing. Students are taught to balance a stick on various parts of the body, balancing other objects (plates, hats, rings, etc.), and balancing themselves on the Rola-Bola or Balance Board, and on the large rolling tube (like walking on a log that rolls). 

    MAGIC. The basics of sleight-of-hand magic depend on fine motor control and mime skills. Again, the students are taught the building blocks for learning good technique, which can be used to create and develop a variety of illusions.

    TIME AND TIMING. Use of varying rhythms to find and show attitudes and emotions. Also, exploring the great secret of comedy – timing.

    IMPROVISATION. Many of the movement exercises are improvisational in nature. We will make use of additional theater games and improvisation exercises in exploring the creation of routines.

    COOPERATION. Teaching students to work together in to find creative solutions to tasks.

    RESEARCH. Building a foundation for further creativity.


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