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.
COLLECT is a unique opportunity to discover emerging artists, view new work by established artists, and build art collections — all without leaving home.
Apply by January 22 to be considered for the full-tuition scholarship. The priority deadline is February 26.
Build your art collection with works by artists like Katherine Bradford, Daniel Minter Hon. DFA ’19, Todd Webb, Jocelyn Lee, Matt Blackwell ’77, Linden Frederick, and Lewis Rossignol ’17 with MECA’s annual summer art sale, open from June 18 to June 21.
Maine College of Art offers Low and Full Residency options giving students the option to base their studio on campus in Portland, Maine or anywhere around the world. The Full Tuition Scholarship application deadline is January 24, 2020.
MECA offers a Master of Fine Arts in Studio Art, a Master of Arts in Teaching, and a Salt Graduate Certificate in Documentary Studies.
The exhibition challenges the idea that migration is an exception or a crisis, showing viewers that migration is now the norm, inscribed in our landscapes, memories, bodies, and imaginings.
MECA’s curriculum emphasizes the intersection of studio production, individual research and critical analysis.
Currently on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art at Maine College of Art, the show will end with a symposium and a panel discussion moderated by Barry Schwabsky.
The exhibition is built on a triad of traditional painting genres: still life, landscape, and portraiture.
Visiting artists include Sonya Clark, Jesse Small, Ruth Erickson, Rose Marasco , Brandon Alvendia and more.
Full Tuition Scholarship deadline is January 27, 2017. Application deadline is February 20, 2017.