Category: Rockland

New Exhibitions Open at Caldbeck, Friday May 5

From May 1 through May 27, the Caldbeck Gallery, 12 Elm Street in Rockland, will exhibit new work by Krisanne Baker of Waldoboro, in an exhibit titled  “Breathing Light: explorations below the ocean’s surface of what makes life above possible”.  Also hanging, “A Flower Show”, an exhibit of work by 10 artists.  Two of those […]

Dowling Walsh Gallery presents Construct

Construct, a group exhibition curated by Anna Queen, is built around the theme of social and material construction. The artists included use painting, sculpture, printmaking and collage to examine construction through various materials. Whether through repurposing imagery or materials, creating imagined scenarios, shifting a ubiquitous object, or abstracting a familiar scene, each artist is restructuring […]

AIR sponsors scholarship for Oceanside High School seniors

AIR, Arts In Rockland, is pleased to announce it’s third annual “Outstanding Achievement in Art Scholarship” given to a graduating senior at Oceanside High School. The deadline for submission is Monday, May 22, 2017. The $1,000.00 award is given to a senior who demonstrates outstanding talent and commitment to the visual arts through submission of […]

Sunday Salons at The Center for Maine Contemporary Art

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art hosts Sunday Salons, an engaging series of conversations related to current topics in contemporary art. Sunday Salons are free with admission and take place on Sundays at CMCA, 21 Winter Street, Rockland, from 3-5pm. On April 9, Sunday Salon features artist Sam Cady in conversation with David Raymond, the […]

Three New Shows at CMCA

Piper Cub Who can do anything better than this propeller? Can you? —Marcel Duchamp, speaking to Constantin Brancusi in front of an airplane, 1914 The most noticeable thing about artist Mark Wethli’s Piper Cub is that it’s incomplete; the abstract framework of an airplane rather than one that’s ready to fly. Piper Cub’s identity is […]

Lecture at the Farnsworth – “Puttin’ on the Ritz”: The Gilded Age Restaurants of New York

On Thursday, March 9, the Farnsworth Art Museum will present a lecture by Virginia Tuttle entitled “Puttin’ on the Ritz:” The Gilded Age Restaurants of New York.” The lecture will take place in the museum’s auditorium at 1 p.m. Restaurants were still a fairly new, decidedly French “invention” when they first opened in New York […]

Relief Printing at the Farnsworth

On Fridays, beginning January 20, the Farnsworth Art Museum will present a four-day workshop on relief printing. Led by artist Holly Berry, the classes will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the museum’s Gamble Education Center at the corner of Grace and Union Streets in Rockland. Participants of this four-day workshop will […]

Farnsworth and Rockland’s Strand Theater will present Teatro alla Scala:

 Sunday, January 15, the Farnsworth Art Museum and Rockland’s Strand Theater will present a collaborative screening of Teatro alla Scala: The Temple of Wonders. The film will be shown at 1 p.m. at the Strand Theatre, 345 Main Street in Rockland. Ever since its construction was completed in 1778, the Teatro alla Scala in Milan […]

CMCA offers ArtLab for All Ages | Art at Play

The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) invites artists of all ages to the first ArtLab of the year. Join ArtLab instructor Alexis Iammarino to explore card and board games, perfect for winter hibernation and making. Discover fun ways to create original “recipes” for art making using concepts of chance and play, as many artists […]

CMCA Announces New Chair, Board of Trustees

Karen S. Brace, of Camden, Maine, and Westwood, Massachusetts, has been appointed the new Chair of CMCA’s Board of Trustees, replacing Charlotte Dixon, of Camden, who will remain on the board as First Vice Chair. Other officers are Jack McKenney, Camden, Second Vice Chair; Sandra Ruch, Northport, Secretary; and Martin Lloyd, Camden, Treasurer. In accepting […]