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Rockland, ME 04841 United States
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March 2019

Screen | Andrew Ellis Johnson + Susanne Slavick | RESORT + QUENCH

March 23 - June 23

RESORT and QUENCH are two recent collaborative video works by artists Andrew Ellis Johnson and Susanne Slavick that frame the global refugee and migration crisis through the lens of the sea. In RESORT, 2016, the immensity of the sea is oddly stilled. There is no lull in the light that cycles from dawn to dusk across a sandy stage. The bodies that lounge on beach chairs are absent, unavailable or unwilling to assist those bodies that are anxious, vulnerable and…

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May 2019

First Friday | May | Performance by Princess

May 3 | 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Friday, May 3 | 5-8pm Free and open to the public Join us for May’s First Friday Art Walk featuring art-pop psychedelic duo Princess (Alexis Gideon and Michael O’Neill) performing the Midcoast premiere of their live narrative video album, Out There. Come and enjoy the fire pit in the courtyard and free admission to our galleries. Performances will begin at 7pm. Out There explores the power of the Divine Feminine through a Science-Fiction narrative alongside collaborations with JD Samson, visual artist Jennifer Meridian, and the band TEEN.   Princess…

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Sunday Salon | Melt Down | One World

May 5 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Sunday, May 5 | 3-5pm CMCA Members free; others with admission Join us for a Sunday Salon conversation with Melt Down artist John Paul Caponigro and Peter Neill, founding director, World Ocean Observatory.

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Sunday Salon | Melt Down | Arctic Residencies

May 19 | 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Sunday, May 19 | 3-5pm CMCA Members free; others with admission Join us for a Sunday Salon panel discussion with Melt Down artists Jonathan Laurence, Justin Levesque, Jim Nickelson, and Shoshannah White as they share opportunities and experiences of Arctic Residencies.

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June 2019

Tuesday Talk | Melt Down | Arctic Observations

June 4 | 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Tuesday, June 4 | 5:30-7:30pm CMCA Members free; others with admission Join us for a Tuesday Talk with Melt Down photographer Peter Ralston as he shares images, observations, and tales of Greenland and the Northwest Passage.

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The Art Party

June 28 | 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Friday, June 28, 6-9pm | After The Art Party, 9pm-midnight Save the date for the party of the season! Kick off summer 2019 at The Art Party, CMCA’s gala celebration of new art in Maine. Join us on Winter Street as we celebrate the opening of the exhibitions: Ann Craven | Birds We Know, Dan Mills | Human Topographies, and Tectonic Industries | DREAMS CAN COME TRUE. We have a fun and fabulous evening planned with a moveable feast and cocktails by Trillium…

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After The Art Party

June 28 | 9:00 pm

Friday, June 28 | 9pm-midnight | Yellow Barn, 20 Winter Street $20 pre-sale + CMCA Members; $25 at door Beer and wine included; ages 21+ Save the date for the party of the season! A CMCA dance party is not one you want to miss! AFTER The Art Party, continue the celebration and dance into the night. Become a member or purchase tickets online before the event to save!

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July 2019

Artful Living Tour 2019

July 9

Tuesday, July 9 | SAVE THE DATE Exclusive to CMCA Members at the Good Host level and above | $175 each ($100 tax-deductible); includes lunch and transportation. Members may purchase up to two tickets each. Save the date for CMCA’s annual, much-anticipated, always sold-out, daylong tour of exceptional homes and collections in the Midcoast. Details of the 2019 Tour Itinerary will be posted May 1; tickets go on sale June 1. Please note: Tour activities include climbing stairs and walking on uneven…

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November 2019

Temporality | The Process of Time

November 2, 2019 - February 23, 2020

Time is a material, too. — Joan Jonas Exploring ideas of repetition, duration, and process, Temporality looks at how contemporary Maine artists are using time as a means of making. In a society that’s constantly on the move, the artists included in the exhibition are looking to slow down and take time. Image: Clint Fulkerson, Blue Nebula, 2014, graphite, acrylic and ink on wood panels (detail)

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