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North Atlantic Arts


                     The North Atlantic Arts Alliance

Did you know that we are a 501c3 non profit arts organization?

If you would like to support our organization your donation will be tax deductible. 

The mission of the North Atlantic Arts Alliance is to enrich our community by supporting live musical performance, music education, local business and agriculture and sustainable practices.

We accomplish these goals by hosting our music festival, The Ossipee Valley Music Festival, and educational music performance camp, The Ossipee Valley String Camp, in July of each year. Through these events we support hundreds of artists, as well as sound engineers, emcees, music educators, children’s educators, vendors, artisans, and local businesses and farms.Check out the rest of this website for more information on our live music events.

Our Executive Director who oversees our operations, is a paid position, but all other members of our community are volunteers.

Now more than ever in the face of Covid-19, arts organizations need the support of our community to ensure that the livelihoods of those they support remain intact for generations to come.


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Would you like to work with us?

The North Atlantic Arts works with corporate sponsors and private donors, as well as charitable organizations to foster the success of our events and mission. Funds can be donor directed, and can go to specific projects such as scholarships to our string camp, or help support the ongoing general operations of our events which serve the public in a variety of ways from free and discounted tickets for those in need, to a variety of free programming within the events, artist in residency programs, and more.

                                            Get in touch!

Mailing Address: PO Box 593 Cornish Maine, 04020

Physical Office Address: 521 Durgintown Road, Hiram Maine, 04041

Festival Event Address: 291 South Hiram Road, Hiram Maine, 04041

Phone: 207-468-3952



Our meetings are open to the public. Our next post-festival annual meeting will take place on August 13th, 2021 at the festival grounds.