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MECA Social Media Summit

Posted: 2013-04-04

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MECA will be making some big changes online! We’re striving to streamline, organize and expand our social media presence. But before we make these changes, we want to hear from YOU. We want to tailor our online presence to best serve our students, faculty, and broader community.

WHO:  The entire MECA community

WHAT:  Opening up dialogue about MECA’s social media presence

WHERE:
 Osher Hall

WHY:
 To discuss and determine the most effective, productive, and engaging ways that MECA can use social media. To identify specific faculty roles and create an information workflow and posting protocol.

WHEN:
  Wednesday, April 17 at noon

Beginning to Performance Art class presents 'performance feast'

Posted: 2013-04-01

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Come check out the Beginning to Performance Art class' show. 

performance feast 2013 |  April 02-April 11 | 55 Oak Street, Portland, Maine 

Students from Beginning Performance Art class at Maine College of Art present performance feast 2013. The exhibition includes live performances and performance-based works in photography, text, video, sculpture, and installation.

Artists:
Ally Stallcup, Ashley Roger, Chloe Beaven, Elana Shorey, Hannah Rowlett, Robert Bennett Jr., Taylor French Benoit, Victoria Koronkiewicz.

Exhibition:
Performance-based work in photography, text, video, sculpture, and installation will be on displayed throughout the duration of the exhibition: April 02- April 11, 2013.

Live Performance Schedule: (open to the public)
- Tuesday (04/02) 6-9pm: live performances followed by discussions
- Thursday (04/04) 6-9pm: live performances followed by discussions
- First Friday (04/05) 5-8pm: live Performances

Gallery Hours:
- Tuesday (04/02) 6-9pm
- Thursday (04/04) 6-9pm
- First Friday (04/05) 5-8pm
- By chance or appointment

MICA Students visit MECA for collaborate project

Posted: 2013-03-29

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A handful of students from the Maryland Institute College of Art are visiting the MECA campus this week as part of a class called "Road, Movies, and Travelogues." The class requires students to propose and carry out a road trip and create artwork based on their adventure.

With MICA professors Nadia Hironska and Eva Wylie, the group visited MECA for a series of activities: making a collaborative print with MECA professor Adriane Herman's students and visiting local printmaker David Wolfe's studio. Their visit was encouraged and organized by the ICA, Office of Public Engagement, and Printmaking Department. 

Today that will be inviting the general public to the ICA from 1:00 to 3:00  to watch them finish a book project and speak about the project. 

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