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Top 5 reasons to travel to Rockland, Maine-The Working Mom’s Travels

Rockland, Maine, has become the state’s new arts destination. The coastal town of just over 7,000 is home to a thriving arts scene and so much more. I traveled to

CMCA’s Late Summer Exhibitions: Lauren Henkin and Don Voisine

Rockland, Maine, August 12, 2016 – The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) is excited to announce its 2016 late summer exhibition schedule at the art center’s new campus at 21 Winter Street,

Art, Energy Efficiency, and the Economy-Penobscot Bay Pilot

CMCA has been welcoming visitors to Rockland’s vibrant downtown scene since its grand opening ceremonies in June. We’re abuzz with the news of a new neighbor. The Center for Maine

Make Rockland Great Again?-The Free Press

Following the opening of the new Center for Maine Contemporary Art building earlier this summer, a mini explosion of angst erupted among certain longtime Rockland residents about the city’s changing

Heading to coastal Maine for the art, the light and the lobster-The Globe and Mail

The Maine event The opening of a sleek contemporary art centre confirms thatthe seaside town of Rockland – population 7,000 – is the perfect combination of Down East charm and

Art Lover’s Guide to Maine-Fodor’s Travel

… ROCKLAND Just a little farther up the coast, Rockland is home to two contemporary art museums and countless galleries. The Center for Maine Contemporary Art is a new museum

Turning a Blue-Collar Town Into Maine’s Year-Round Arts Destination-CityLab

Turning a Blue-Collar Town Into Maine’s Year-Round Arts Destination The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) building by Toshiko Mori stakes Rockland’s claim to a rich artistic legacy. Toshiko Mori

August News and Happenings

Last chance | New shows | Dance party | Poppin' portraits | Tucker Nichols! Read Newsletter