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ArtLab Open Studio | Drop-in | All Ages | Free with Admission

Rockland, Maine, September 27, 2016 — The Center for Maine Contemporary Art announces the launch of ArtLab Open Studio, a new hands-on program for all ages that is offered free of charge

Gallery Talk With Artists Don Voisine and Mark Wethli Sunday, October 9, 4pm

Rockland, Maine, September 29, 2016 —The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) presents a gallery talk with exhibiting artist Don Voisine in conversation with artist and educator Mark Wethli on Sunday, October 9, at 4pm. The talk

Gallery Talk With Artist Lauren Henkin | September 25 at 4pm

Rockland, Maine, September 16, 2016 —The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) presents a gallery talk with artist Lauren Henkin in conjunction with her current exhibition Second Nature, on view until October 23. The talk will

Don Voisine’s ‘X/V’ is cool, calm and perfectly contained-Portland Press Herald

  11.09.2016   CMCA   CMCA In The Press   No comments

Installation view of “X/V” by Don Voisine. Photo by Owen Kany The timing is impeccable for Don Voisine’s “X/V” at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. Voisine hails from Fort

CMCA Events in Conjunction with the Camden International Film Festival, Saturday, September 17

Rockland, Maine, September 9, 2016 —The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA), in conjunction with the Camden International Film Festival, is presenting several public programs on Saturday, September 17, that

September 3 – ArtLab for All Ages – Tandem Tangents: Exploring Symmetries in Abstraction

Rockland, Maine, August 26, 2016 —The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) invites artists of all ages to create exquisitely simple and strong collaborative works in small artist groupings. Inspired

Jenny Brillhart, Jean Kigel, Sara Stites

  6.09.2016   CMCA   Open Studio   No comments

Jenny Brillhart www.jbrillhart.com The studio is both source and location.  As I get older it seems that the subject or narrative of the painting is inseparable from the place of making.

Opening Up at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art-The Chart

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art, designed by Toshiko Mori. Photo: Jim Dugan Photography. In June of this year, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art moved into its new building

Yankee Pluck-Design New England

Article written by William Morgan. Read full article here.

September News and Happenings

New Exhibitions, Talks, Films, CIFF, Makers Faire, ArtLab, The Tent of Casually Observed Phenologies, Kindling Fund, and more... Read Newsletter