2020 Belvedere Fund Recipients
The Belvedere Fund for Professional Development in the field of crafts at Maine College of Art was established in 2008 in memory of Deborah Pulliam of Castine, Maine. The Fund is available to all alumni who . . .
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July 30, 2020 -- Maine College of Art (MECA) has appointed Isaac Kestenbaum as Director of the Salt Institute, President Laura Freid announced today. Kestenbaum will begin his role at MECA on August . . .Read Article
Dear members of the MECA Community, I am writing to you today to share an update on our plan to welcome students, faculty, and staff to campus as safely as possible this summer and fall. Maine . . .Read Article
July 2, 2020 The Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) at Maine College of Art (MECA) is pleased to announce the opening of Some Things We Can Do Together: Megan and Murray McMillan to the public. . . .Read Article
August 6, 2020 -- Following a national search, Maine College of Art (MECA) has appointed Margaret Brownlee as Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Officer & Learning Support Coordinator, President . . .Read Article
Maine College of Art (MECA) and Indigo Arts Alliance (IAA) are pleased to announce a partnership between the two organizations funded in part by a three-year grant from the Crewe Foundation.
Congratulations to the Spring 2019 Awardees of the Professional Development and Creative Entrepreneurship Grant.
Asherah Cinnamon '08, Kelsey Haley '15, Savanna Pettengill '14, and Lauren Tosswill '14 were selected for the summer alumni residency.
Lillian Byrne Heyward ’77, who earned her BFA in Graphic Design at MECA, designed the billboards for the movie Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, a 2017 crime drama that was written, directed, . . .
Eight MECA alumni and faculty have been accepted into the biennial at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art in Rockland, Maine.
The winners of the 2018 Joseph Fiore Painting Prize are MECA students Elijah Dion '19, Audrey Robidoux '19, and alum Emma Whitaker '17. Each will be awarded $1,000.
Each year, Maine College of Art awards Professional Development and Creative Entrepreneurship grants to students who seek opportunities and experiences beyond the classroom
Jo Tatlock '18 has been named as MECA Fellow at Pickwick Independent Press for 2018–2019.
The 2018 artist is Jude Valentine '78