May 9th, 2014
ArtWorks!, an art program for children in grades kindergarten though middle school, provides students an opportunity to explore the world of art through hands-on experiences with a variety of art learning activities, materials and techniques. Classes are taught by art education students under the close supervision of Dr. Constant Albertson.
For further information, contact Constant Albertson at 581-3251 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Check this page for announcements of the Fall 2014 program.
March 14th, 2014
The Department of Art thanks Dr. David Pariser, Professor of Art Education at Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec, for his presentation, The Juvenile Work of World-Class Artists, as the inaugural Wyeth Family Heritage Lecture! Thanks to all those who participated and helped make it such a successful event! See it documented here at: David Pariser, The Juvenile Work of World-Class Artists
March 5th, 2013
A selection of prints and drawings by Susan Groce is included in the exhibition Maine Women Pioneers III – Homage, January 2 – March 3, 2013 at the University of New England Gallery in Portland Maine. Homage, curated by Gael McKibben, Anne B. Zill and Andres Verzosa, “highlights veteran woman artists who are examples of career and lifelong accomplishment”. Prints by Susan Groce are also included in the Exhibition Prints: Breaking Boundaries, curated by Bruce Brown and sponsored by the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, at the Lewis Gallery, Portland Library, January 4 – February 23, 2013. Her print, Climacrotology, included in the 50 Places Portfolio organized by Melanie Yazzie, has been accepted into the following collections: Denver Art Museum; Proyecto’Ace, Buenos Aries, Argentina; University of Colorado; McMaster University, Ontario, Canada; Museum of Texas Tech University.
March 5th, 2013
February 8 – March 15, 2013
PRINT PORTFOLIOS: SELECTED IMAGES
SURFACE TENSION: PRINTS BY SCOTT MINZY
Opening Reception: Friday, Feburary 8, 5:30-7:00 pm
The exhibition is free and open to the public
Lord Hall Gallery is handicapped accessible.
For information, contact the Department of Art at 207.581-3245