“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.”
New Exhibitions - Cady, Driskell, Wethli; Vacation Week ArtLab, Yoga, and more! Read Newsletter
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
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
Biennial final month, ArtLab, Yoga, Pies on Parade, Art to Collect, Who Do You Love? Read Newsletter
There’s no question that Portland, in particular, and Maine as a whole are getting hipper all the time, but how exactly? With 2016 coming to a close, we decided to
… Best new museum building Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockland, Maine … Article written by Sebastian Smee. Read full article here.
There’s no shortage of idyllic seaside towns along the coast of Maine — the kind where you’ll find picturesque lobster shacks and weather-worn lighthouses. The town of Rockland, though, is
Article written by Jane Wooldridge. Read full e-magazine article on pgs. 125-127 here.
2016 Biennial, ArtLab, Open Studio, Shop Specials, Fox Island Pop-up, Membership Contest, and more. Read Newsletter
Rockland, Maine, November 22, 2016 —The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) invites artists of all ages to to create 3D model still lives! Diorama meets small sculpture in this mixed-media driven workshop. Led by
Rockland, Maine, November 11, 2016 – The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) has announced its new slate of officers and members of the Board of Trustees. Karen S. Brace, of Camden,