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Teaming up with Canopy Portland Waterfront to offer Epic Grants

Now through July 30, alumni making a positive impact in Portland through their work can apply for a $2,500 grant to support continued creative activities. . . .

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MECA&D hosts Gulf of Maine EcoArts

MECA&D hosts Gulf of Maine EcoArts as it creates its newest traveling installation  Did you know that the Gulf of Maine is . . .

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Reflecting on gratitude

Reflecting on gratitude in this year’s common read Each summer, first-year students, faculty, and staff share a common read as a way to . . .

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Artist lecture by Director of Exhibitions Julie Poitras Santos

Director of Exhibitions Julie Poitras Santos to give artist lecture on July 21 at 4:30pm On Thursday, July 21 (4:30 - 6:00pm), join . . .

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2022 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition

The Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art & Design Presents  2022 Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition On view from May 27 - June 17, 2022 Opening Reception Thursday, May . . .

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Congratulations to the 2022 Pre-College class!

Congratulations to the 2022 Pre-College class! Last Friday marked the conclusion of our 2022 Pre-College program with a private graduation . . .

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Faculty Michel Droge MFA ’10: Nocturnes

Faculty Michel Droge MFA ’10: Nocturnes

In Nocturnes, Faculty Michel Droge MFA '10 approaches the qualities of night that evoke feelings of the sublime...

SYL Exhibition Now On View In Artists At Work

SYL Exhibition Now On View In Artists At Work

MECA&D's Second Year Lab courses are designed to encourage students to take skills they have developed from their foundation year and apply them to a new idea that they will follow from inception to . . .

MECA&D Students Rock the Vote

MECA&D Students Rock the Vote

Charles Melcher's Freshmen Graphic Design class Community Action: Design and Activism created posters to encourage citizens to "Get out the Vote." The posters were following the brief set out by the AIGA "Get . . .

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