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MECA Students Attend Watershed Summer Program

Posted: 2012-05-22

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Five MECA Ceramics majors have been selected to attend the upcoming pre-session experience at The Watershed Center for the Center Arts from May 27- June 8.  Lindsey Demuth, Anne Saffron, Vicki Koronkiewicz, Adrian King and Dena Giroux will participate in the pre-session experience, a two-week opportunity to live and create artwork in the studios of Watershed in exchange for preparing the center for the summer program.  Watershed is an internationally known ceramic art center located in Newcastle, ME.  The Ceramics majors recently completed a field trip to the Watershed Center this spring.

Image: Adrian King

 

BFA Open House: First Friday, June 1

Posted: 2012-05-18

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Please join us for our June 1 Open House  to learn more about the four-year undergraduate program at Maine College of Art. This is an opportunity to learn more about MECA and experience Portland's vibrant art scene during the First Friday Art Walk.

At the Open House, you can speak directly with MECA's faculty about the BFA program, learn more about the studio majors and Artists at Work, tour our facilities, schedule a portfolio review, and discuss scholarship opportunities. The thesis work of the 2012 graduates will be on view throughout the Porteous Building.
 
Program schedule:

2:30 - 3:00 Registration and refreshments
3:00 - 4:00 Information session with the president, dean, faculty, and staff
4:00 - 5:30 Tours of MECA's facilities and residence halls

You may also request to meet with an Admissions representative for a portfolio review or to discuss transfer options. We will be scheduling individual appointments throughout the day.

At 5:30 you are encouraged to take part in Portland's First Friday Art Walk. Over 7,000 people come out for this festive monthly occasion to see artwork at the 60 participating venues including galleries, museums, open studios and restaurants. 

This event takes place in downtown Portland, recently named one of America's "Best Cities for Hipsters" by Travel + Leisure, and "The San Francisco of the East" by Chicago Tribune. 

Please RSVP here if you would like to join us.

Image: Ray Ewing photograph from 2012 Thesis Exhibition

2012 BFA Thesis Show on View

Posted: 2012-05-08

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The thesis exhibition work of the 2012 graduates of the Bachelor of Fine Arts program is on view in the Porteous Building from May 4 through May 25. The exhibit spans the first, second, and third floor of the Porteous building and includes the June Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA. Titled "Culiminate," the exhibition is bracketed to group artists by theme. The five catergories are: The Constructed Landscape, Other Worlds, Lifestyle & Perception, Process & Product, and The Human Condition. John Huckins '12, Tina MclLuckie '12 , Adriana Warner '12 served as student curators. More than 60 students are included in the show. Viewing hours are Wednesday through Sunday from 11am-5pm and Thursday until 7pm. An online gallery accompanies the show.

Photo by Ray Ewing '12.