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December News and Happenings

2016 Biennial, ArtLab, Open Studio, Shop Specials, Fox Island Pop-up, Membership Contest, and more. Read Newsletter

November News and Happenings

2016 Biennial, Maine X Manhattan, Who Do You Love?, Online Auction, We All Love Maine, and More. Read Newsletter

October News and Happenings

First Friday, NEW! ArtLab Open Studio, Voisine + Wethli, Glitter & Glow Halloween Ball, and more. Read Newsletter

September News and Happenings

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

August News and Happenings

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

July News and Happenings

Cool art | Hot exhibitions | Crash Kiss | ArtLab | Plan your visit | Happy Birthday Stell! Read Newsletter

IS ROCKLAND ABOUT TO BECOME MAINE’S ARTIEST TOWN? – Down East Magazine

Nearly thirty years ago, an aggressively expanded Farnsworth Art Museum ignited a transformation of downtown Rockland, a city best known at the time for the stink of its fish processing

Reborn In Rockland – Art New England

Reborn In Rockland The New Center For Maine Contemporary Art Opens By: Katherine Duncan Aimone Digital rendering of the CMCA exterior. Long-awaited and anticipated, the Center for Maine Contemporary Art

June News and Happenings

Say Wow | Opening exhibitions | Artful Living | Summer ArtCamps Read Newsletter

May News and Happenings

Inaugural events | Opening exhibitions | Spring flowers | Summer ArtCamp | It's not too late... Read Newsletter

LEAPS // The Courage to Learn

  14.04.2016   CMCA   Uncategorized   No comments

“I am not afraid of storms, for I am learning how to sail my ship.” ~ Louisa May Alcott Dear Friends and Families, What does it take to dive into

LEAPS // Whats the BIG Idea

  13.04.2016   CMCA   Uncategorized   No comments

“A vision is not just a picture of what could be; it is an appeal to our better selves, a call to become something more.” ~ Rosabeth Moss Kantor, Harvard