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“Dwelling Place” Interactive Public Art

Dwelling Place Interactive Public Art to be Installed at MECA in October Community Celebration Hosted on October 18 at 12:30pm at MECA’s Green Space on Casco Street Maine College Of Art, in . . .

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Rising Star Danielle Gerber ’12

American Craft Week has announced the winners of the 2016 Rising Star Competition, which selects 30 exceptional craft artists under the age of 30 in the United States. Danielle Gerber ’12, who . . .

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A Tree Grows in Woodfords

Local Portland, Maine, artist Aaron Stephan MFA ’02 was chosen by Portland’s City Council in June, 2016, to design a public art sculpture that is part of an overall revisioning for Portland’s . . .

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Maine Poet Laureate Stuart Kestenbaum to Lead MECA as Interim President

Former Director of Haystack Mountain School of Crafts Will Serve As MECA’s President Until a Permanent Successor to Don Tuski is Hired MECA’s Board of Trustees has recently announced that Stuart . . .

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MECA’s Institute of Contemporary Art Announces Forthcoming Exhibitions

Visitors to the ICA at MECA can look forward to Bounty, Anguish, In This Realm, and The Unity of Opposites Portland, ME – The Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art (ICA at MECA) . . .

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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'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 Students Rock the Vote

MECA 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 . . .

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