Residencies in Maine

South Thomaston’s own gathering place for dance, music, and visual art. Located at 18 Homeport Avenue, right off of Rt. 73 at the home of Dale Andree and Kyle Saxon.

The idea of creating an artist residency was born from the shared vision of Dale Andree and her daughter Thryn Saxon’s life in dance. This residency gives artists the space and opportunity to workshop new ideas in the beauty of coastal Maine.

We are excited to combine our love of art with our love for the community of South Thomaston.

2022 Summer Schedule


WORKSHOP – Wednesday, June 29, 6:00 – 8:30
POTLUCK – Friday, July 1, 6:00

Homeport Art House, 18 Homeport Avenue

Please RSVP to daleandree3@gmail.com

Choreographer, Hanna Satterlee, and filmmaker Andreas John, are creating a feature-length film called “Tender Hearts” that weaves together story, original music, choreography, and documented community ritual.

Thryn Saxon will be in residency working on her newest piece inspired by the folklore of Selkies.

She will be joined by two dancers, Maggie Costales and Jamie Kleinschnitz, and composer Bre Short who is writing and performing the music for the piece. They’ll be sharing a work in process showing at the end of the week on July 16th.

Improv Sessions

Free Improv Sessions guided by Dale Andree

Explore physical connections through distanced improvisation. Discover the possibilities of 3-dimensional space in a 2-dimensional frame.

TUESDAYS on Zoom from 5:00-6:30 PM

For more information email Dale or call her at (305) 458-6141

Black Nature Conversations

Black Nature Conversations are every 3rd Friday at 3pm ET on IG Live

This ongoing series promotes dialogue between black dance artists exploring their relationship with dance, nature, and being creators.

“Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances.” ~Maya Angelou