Spindleworks, the Brunswick-based nonprofit art center for artists with disabilities, continues its 35th anniversary celebration with an exhibition featuring works by the art center’s 44 artists.

“Our 35th anniversary show, thrive, will feature the best and newest from the studios on Lincoln Street, and will give a sampling of the fine artwork Spindleworks is known for,” said center director Liz McGhee.

“Thrive: Spindleworks at 35” is on view in the Morrell Meeting Room at Curtis Memorial Library through Nov. 30.

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