Where to See 46 Million Turkeys
August 25, 2018 from 1-4 pm – Rochester Pride 2018
All this summer we’ll have a table stocked with art supplies at the Portland Maine First Friday Art Walks. Stop by our table to draw a turkey portrait!
June 2, 2018 – Maine Animal Coalition VegFest
Thank you to everyone who created a turkey portrait in 2017!
November 2017 – 46 Million Turkeys is taking a road trip! We’re putting the entire collection–millions and millions–of turkey portraits in a truck to create a mobile gallery. Our route will take us to locations in
New Hampshire – November 5, 2017 – Vaughan Mall Green, Portsmouth
Massachusetts – November 12, 2017 – Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge
New Jersey – November 18, 2017 – Hamilton Street, Brunswick
New York – November 19, 2017 – Dun-Well Doughnuts – New York City
November 3, 2017 – Portland Maine First Friday Art Walk. 46 Million Turkeys was outside of the Maine College of Art on Congress Street inviting everyone to make a turkey portrait to add to the collection.
October 29, 2017 – Peace Ridge Sanctuary Open House. Attendees met donkeys, chickens, cow, pigs and Napoleon the turkey. Everyone had an opportunity to make a turkey portrait.
October 21-22, 2017 – Boston Veg Food Fest 46 Million Turkeys was on exhibit and collecting turkey portrait from festival attendees. Thanks to everyone who made a portrait for the collection.
June 2017 – 46 Million Turkeys in collaboration with the Maine Animal Coalition tabled at the Portland Pride Festival and the Craft Brew Races. Lots of colorful turkey portraits were created by festival attendees.
November 2016 – 46 Million Turkeys in collaboration with the Maine Animal Coalition and Peace Ridge Sanctuary sponsored turkey portrait creation throughout the month of November. Over 800 one-of-kind portraits of turkeys were created during the Portland First Friday Art Walk on November 4th at the Maine Animal Coalition office (142 High Street, Suite 322, Portland, Maine).
October 22-23, 2016
Boston Veg Food Fest 46 Million Turkeys was on exhibit and collecting turkey portrait from festival attendees.
September 10, 2016
46 Million Turkeys joined Peace Ridge Sanctuary (http://www.peaceridgesanctuary.org/) at the Portland Maine GreenFest (http://www.portlandgreenfest.org/). We shared information on how animal agriculture contributes to water pollution, deforestation, climate change as well as why a vegan diet is an achievable solution to these critical issues. Attendees also had the opportunity to draw a turkey portrait.
June 4, 2016
46 Million Turkeys was on display at the Maine Animal Coalition’s VegFest in Portland, Maine. A huge thank you to Beth Gallie and the Maine Animal Coalition for hosting this great event. Thanks also to Diane DeMarias for helping with the setup and take down of the 46millionturkeys exhibit.
November 6-26, 2015
46 Million Turkeys was on exhibit at the Fireseed Arts Gallery in Framingham, Massachusetts. Fireseed Arts is an incubator for Environmental Art projects and programs.
June 6, 2015
46 Million Turkeys was on display at the Maine Animal Coalition’s VegFest in Portland, Maine. A huge thank you to Beth Gallie and the Maine Animal Coalition for hosting this great event. Thanks also to Diane DeMarias and Dee Leville for helping with the setup and take down of the 46millionturkeys exhibit.
November 20-30, 2014
46 Million Turkeys was on display at Evolve Restaurant in Tacoma Park, Washington D.C.
November 25-30, 2013
46 Million Turkeys was on view at the Harlow Gallery in Hallowell, Maine.
April 17, 2014
46 Million Turkeys was on view at a film screening of The Ghosts in Our Machine followed by a round table discussion at the University of Southern Maine.
June 7, 2014
Maine Animal Coalition’s Vegetarian Festival – participants stopped by the 46 Million Turkeys table to create a turkey. More than 100 new turkey images were added to the growing collection! Tofurky generously supplied coupons for their delicious products.
September 20, 2014
46 Million Turkeys was present at the children’s activity tent during the DC VegFest. Much appreciation to Tanya Janish for making this opportunity possible.