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‘Making Migration Visible’ Launches in Maine

For Immediate Release - September 10, 2018 Media Contact: Sue McGovern, ​smcgovern@meca.edu, 781.315.3400 Collaboration of artists and community groups will hold more than 70 events on . . .

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MECA Celebrates Launch of Animation & Game Art Major with Faculty-Student Show Reel

For Immediate Release - October 15, 2018 Media Contact: Sue McGovern, ​smcgovern@meca.edu, 781.315.3400 Maine College of Art Celebrates Launch of Animation & Game Art Major with . . .

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Maine College of Art Receives $3 Million from the Lunder Foundation

For Immediate Release - November 27, 2018 Media Contact: Sue McGovern, ​smcgovern@meca.edu, 781.315.3400 Maine College of Art Receives $3 Million from the Lunder Foundation Gift supports . . .

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Salt Institute for Documentary Studies at MECA Announces Fellowship

Salt Institute for Documentary Studies at MECA Announces Fellowship Applications are now open for Spring 2019 As part of its ongoing commitment to training the next generation of storytellers, the . . .

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MECA Awarded $40,000 Grant from National Endowment for the Arts

Maine College of Art to Receive $40,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts Funds to support the exhibition Making Migration Visible: Traces, Tracks & Pathways Maine College of Art . . .

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MECA News › Painting

MECA Recipients of the 2018 Joseph Fiore Painting Prize

MECA Recipients of the 2018 Joseph Fiore Painting Prize

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.

ICA at MECA Announces Painting Symposium on 9.15.17 (10am-5pm)

ICA at MECA Announces Painting Symposium on 9.15.17 (10am-5pm)

Portland, Maine ~ The Institute of Contemporary Art in conjunction with the Painting and MFA programs at Maine College of Art (MECA) is pleased to invite the public to attend On Genre: A Painting Symposium, a . . .

Tessa O’Brien MFA ’16, Baxter Koziol ’17, and Meg Hahn ’17 Win Fiore Painting Prizes

Tessa O’Brien MFA ’16, Baxter Koziol ’17, and Meg Hahn ’17 Win Fiore Painting Prizes

The Joseph A. Fiore Painting Prizes were awarded at an opening ceremony at the Firehouse Center in Damariscotta on June 24. Maine College of Art alumni Tessa Greene O'Brien MFA '16 won $1,500 for first place, . . .

Meg Hahn ’17, Baxter Koziol ’17, and Tessa O’Brien MFA ’16 Named as Joseph A. Fiore Painting Prize Finalists

Meg Hahn ’17, Baxter Koziol ’17, and Tessa O’Brien MFA ’16 Named as Joseph A. Fiore Painting Prize Finalists

The finalists will be given a juried exhibition and cash award at the Joseph A. Fiore Galleries at the Firehouse Center in Damariscotta, Maine this summer.

Maia Snow ’13 & Meg Hahn ’17 Selected for Monhegan Artists’ Residencies

Maia Snow ’13 & Meg Hahn ’17 Selected for Monhegan Artists’ Residencies

Monhegan Artists’ Residency supports the creative growth of dedicated Maine artists by providing them time and space to work free of interruption.

Baxter Koziol ’17 Accepted into the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

Baxter Koziol ’17 Accepted into the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture

Baxter is one of 65 participants chosen to attend this intensive nine-week summer residency program from a pool of 2,000 applicants.

Nicole Duennebier ’05 Awarded $12,000 Grant from Massachusetts Cultural Council

Nicole Duennebier ’05 Awarded $12,000 Grant from Massachusetts Cultural Council

Nicole Duennebier ’05 was awarded a $12,000 painting grant through Massachusetts Cultural Council’s fellowship program. MCC’s Artist Fellowships recognize exceptional work by Massachusetts artists across . . .

Matthew Blackwell ’77 Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Matthew Blackwell ’77 Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

MECA, Portland School of Art Alum Matthew Blackwell '77 won a 2015 Guggenheim Fellowship. Often characterized as “midcareer” awards, Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for men and women who have already . . .

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