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December 2015 ArtLab for All Ages

  23.11.2015   CMCA   Uncategorized   No comments

December 5 and 12 – ArtLab for All Ages Workshops Rockport, Maine, November 23, 2015 —The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) invites you to participate in two December ArtLab explorations. Teaching

CMCA Exhibits Student Artwork from Leaps of Imagination

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CMCA Exhibits Student Artwork from Leaps of Imagination Rockport, Maine, November 23, 2015 — The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) will host two community gatherings and exhibitions of student artwork from

Leaps // LOOKING BACK AND LEAPING FORWARD

  18.11.2015   CMCA   Uncategorized   No comments

"I have great respect for the past. If you don't know where you've come from, you don't know where you're going. I have respect for the past, but I'm a

Leaps // ART WITH PURPOSE

  17.11.2015   CMCA   Uncategorized   No comments

"The secret to high performance isn’t our biological drive or our reward-and-punishment drive, but our third drive — our deep-seated desire to direct our own lives, to extend and expand

Leaps // STORIES ARE THE THING

  12.11.2015   CMCA   Uncategorized   No comments

"After nourishment, shelter, and companionship, stories are the thing we need most in the world." ~ Philip Pullman Dear Families and Friends, Philip Pullman wrote, "Once upon a time lasts

Leaps // CONNECTING TO LEARN

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“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go with others.” ~ African Proverb Dear Families and Friends, This was a day of making

November news and happenings

CMCA’s BIG Year! Annual Fund 2015 This is a BIG year for CMCA – the biggest in our history! Big changes are happening as we transition to our new home

Leaps // EXPRESSIVE, SPONTANEOUS, AND HEARTFELT

  3.11.2015   CMCA   Uncategorized   No comments

“I am interested in personal stories because that’s when people become expressive, spontaneous and heartfelt.” ~ Anna Deveare Smith Dear Families and Friends, First thing this morning small cohorts of