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The Last Master-DownEast Magazine

  13.03.2017   CMCA   CMCA In The Press   No comments

Few living artists can touch the legacy of David Driskell — for six decades, a vibrant and vital force in contemporary art. And through it all, Maine has been vital

Best Places to Live in Maine-DownEast Magazine

Once again this year, our editors seeded an online tournament bracket with 16 of our favorite Maine towns, broken up into four conferences by population. Our choices were guided by

The Ticket: Music, theater, dance, art, and more-Boston Globe

… MARK WETHLI/PIPER CUB Conceptual art, model, or fan-boy obsession? Wethli has re-created by hand the legendary small aircraft, built in the mid-20th century and flown during World War II,

Three New Shows at CMCA-Maine Gallery + Studio Guide

Three New Shows at CMCA Piper Cub Who can do anything better than this propeller? Can you? —Marcel Duchamp, speaking to Constantin Brancusi in front of an airplane, 1914 The

In Rockland, contemporary art takes shape with works by Wethli, Cady and Driskell-Portland Press Herald

  26.02.2017   CMCA   CMCA In The Press   No comments

Mark Wethli’s “Piper Cub.” Photo by Daniel Kany The Center for Maine Contemporary Art has taken another step forward with a new set of shows. Sam Cady’s shaped-canvas paintings assert

On view in Rockland: A plane, boats, and beautiful woodcut prints-MaineToday

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“Construction Trailer,” by Sam Cady. Photos courtesy of Center for Maine Contemporary Art A trio of newly opened exhibitions at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art demonstrate the building’s capacity

Mark Wethli: Piper Cub; Sam Cady: Parts of the Whole-Art New England

  21.02.2017   CMCA   CMCA In The Press   No comments

Mark Wethli: Piper Cub; Sam Cady: Parts of the Whole Center for Maine Contemporary Art • Rockland, ME • cmcanow.org • Through May 14, 2017 and May 21, 2017 By:

Pictures, Politics, and Post-Truths: The CMCA Biennial-Big Red & Shiny

“For local control all you need is a place, political say and a way to make a living; it’s a practical matter. For local art you need a whole culture.”

9 Reasons Why The Off-Season Is The Best Time To Visit Maine-Town&Country

There’s no denying that summer in Maine is pretty idyllic. The average temperature in July and August hovers around 70 degrees, which is pretty much perfect weather for a lobster

An Outpost of the Louvre and 2 Saint Laurent Shrines-New York Times

There is the art of travel, and then there is traveling for art. In 2017, art lovers can expect splashy new museums in both well-known and surprising locales, noteworthy exhibits