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The Weekender: Bourne, the Bard, and flying nannies-Boston Globe

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… MAINE ATTRACTIONS: Our art critic, Sebastian Smee, proposes a jaunt to the beautiful seaside village of Rockland, which has a new claim to greatness: the recently opened Center for

Rockland is becoming a Maine art center-Boston Globe

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ROCKLAND, Maine — Maine’s art scene has a bustling new hub. Rockland, the fishing village with the wide-open skies and attractive, tree-lined main street, once played permanent second fiddle to

Reborn In Rockland: The New Center For Maine Contemporary Art Opens-Art New England

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Reborn In Rockland The New Center For Maine Contemporary Art Opens Digital rendering of the CMCA exterior. Long-awaited and anticipated, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) has opened the

Rock-solid resurgence: Rockland draws investors, new construction-Mainebiz

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Each summer, thousands of visitors and summer residents flock to downtown Rockland to enjoy lobster, blues, and boat festivals, to peruse galleries and shops, to see the renowned collection of

Tucker Nichols: I Don’t Know How Else To Say This | 2016 CMCA Distinguished Lecturer

Rockland, Maine, July 22, 2016 — Each year the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) presents a lecture by one of today’s most distinguished and entertaining voices in contemporary art.

July 2 – ArtLab for All Ages: Interact: Light, Air, Color, Action!

Rockland, Maine, June 21, 2016 —The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) invites artists of all ages to create a hand-held mobile that reacts and interacts with light and air

Maine’s new contemporary art museum: Wow.

“The only way to describe the new Center of Maine Contemporary Art is breathtaking. It is probably the only building in Maine that would make Frank Lloyd Wright jealous. It

The Ticket: Art-Boston Globe

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CENTER FOR MAINE CONTEMPORARY ART A large new venue for contemporary art opens in Rockland with a series of exhibitions focused on, respectively: photographer and video artist Rollin Leonard; Alex

The new Center for Maine Contemporary Art-WCSH6

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CONNECTTWEETLINKEDINGOOGLE+PINTEREST The Center for Maine Contemporary Art has just opened up its new home in Rockland. The C-M-C-A had called Rockport home for years — but museum staff is hoping

The Best End-of-Summer Travel Destinations-Architectural Digest

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… With its constellation of picture-perfect islands, Maine’s Penobscot Bay has long been a favorite of discerning aesthetes. But before you leave the mainland, be sure to swing by Rockland’s

Lesser-Known Attractions In Top 5 Maine Coast Tourist Towns-Huffington Post

… ROCKLAND: THE HEART OF ART ON MAINE’S MID COAST The Farnsworth, the brand new (June ‘16) Center for Maine Contemporary Art, 24 independent art galleries – Rockland ME is

Art review: Maine becoming a hotbed of outdoor sculpture-Portland Press Herald

As one of the nation’s best art brands, Maine has been a painting player from the very awakening of the American art identity. But there was always more, much more.