Loy’s work as an artist and writer was as groundbreaking as it was evanescent, and a new exhibition helps bring it back into view.
Passamaquoddy citizen Chris Newell is imparting his knowledge of the Wabanaki Confederacy to advise on the Portland Museum of Art’s expansion.
Sullivan’s frescos are original and surprising but also wry and even feisty; she both embraces and enhances the clunkiness of the medium, animating her subjects.
Auslender’s art brings personal associations and a sense of intimacy to images of torture based on the crimes of Argentina’s ruling junta from 1974 to 1983.
Young Sun Han’s art explores sometimes painful, sometimes revelatory aspects of his family’s narrative and Korean history more generally.
Work with a roster of renowned Visiting Artists during an eight-week summer intensive for MECA&D’s MFA in Studio Art.
Allen and Benner, two islands off the coast of Maine, will become home to campus for arts and climate research.
Students can enroll in a Full Residency in Portland, ME or a Low Residency from anywhere in the world. Apply by January 21 to be considered for a full-tuition scholarship.
A new retrospective expands on the late artist’s legacy as a Black Expressionist who teased out Civil Rights-era tensions in the United States.
The documentary short Bounty and its accompanying website make a potent statement from the Penobscot Nation that they are still here.
A retrospective pays homage to the pioneering artist and curator, who passed away last year.
Apply by January 22 to be considered for the full-tuition scholarship. The priority deadline is February 26.