PF Programs & Events
Flesh&Blood -- funded by the SPACE Sonic Visions Grant, Flesh&Blood is a collaboration between Portland artist Angelikah Fahray and Clay Camero. Together they are weaving a 10 minute composition and movie to be presented live at Project Freewill next summer. This work examines our roots as non-binary spiritual bodies and the weight of being human. More updates soon...
PF Prison Project We're working on collaborating with women and youth prisoners currently incarcerated in Maine, to record and amplify the voices of those inside, to help them heal through the act of creation. We plan to teach songwriting and have already begun gathering instruments to donate to the prison libraries. If you have instruments you'd like to donate, please email email@example.com.
PF Podcast -- Up now, our first episode features an interview/reading with the incredible Joseph Jackson, poet and founder of Maine Prisoner Advocacy. Upcoming episodes include Maine Poet Laureate Juila Bouwsma of Kingfield Maine, Genius Black of Portland Maine, Poet Laureate of Belfast Jacob Fricke, Abby Richardson of Anson Maine, and a very special musical interview with Mali Obomsawin. Click here to listen.
PF Radio -- Sat&Sun 830pm-9pm on WXNZLP HOOSKOW Radio 98.1FM We air our podcast and a diverse set of music from Maine and around the world to get the community inspired by new music and ideas. We often feature our own collaborations, sometimes premiering them to the public for the first time. Click here for archived shows.
PF Recording Studio -- The PF recording studio is located in New Portland and records people for free, encourages collaboration with other artists around the state, aids in the production and release of albums recorded on our label, Saxwand Records. All profits from record sales go directly to the artists.
Upcoming recording projects:
Marcella Garcia of Skowhegan, Maine
Steve Camden of Anson, Maine
PF Mobile Recording Studio, where we travel to artists’ homes and record their works, is an ongoing project/service we provide for our community for free. We’re poised to release our first album from this project from a local underground band called D.I.R.T., who we recorded in their one room cabin. The proceeds from their album will go to help them survive another winter.
We’re currently searching for funding & writing grants to improve our headquarters in order to open once more for live events.
photo by Alex Nelson
We Need Your Help
Your donations have helped us fix a massive hole in the roof, and got us off to a running start with our programming. We could use your help now to fix our headquarters to enable us to have live events once more. Any amount helps.