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Past Exhibitions: TWO NEW PRINT EXHIBITIONS

March 5th, 2013

February 8 – March 15, 2013

PRINT PORTFOLIOS: SELECTED IMAGES

sample prints

SURFACE TENSION: PRINTS BY SCOTT MINZY

 print by Scott Minzy

Opening Reception: Friday, Feburary 8, 5:30-7:00 pm

M-F 9:00-4:30
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

Faculty Updates

November 9th, 2012

Andy Mauery and Greg Ondo were both selected to have work exhibited as part of the Uncommon Denominator exhibition at the Phillips Museum, Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA.  More information here [ http://www.fandm.edu/for-news-media/press-releases/article/philips-museu... ]http://www.fandm.edu/for-news-media/press-releases/article/philips-museu… and follow on Facebook [http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Phillips-Museum-of-Art-FM-College/2672... ]http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Phillips-Museum-of-Art-FM-College/2672…

Andy Mauery donated a work to the 10×10 Brunswick Art Exhibit & Sale Sept. 28th 2012, a benefit for the non-profit Arts Are Elementary program.  AAE brings brings visual artists, writers, and performers into the Brunswick elementary schools.  Learn more/preview at [ http://www.10x10brunswick.org/index.html ]http://www.10x10brunswick.org/index.html

New Sculptor Hired in Department of Art

August 8th, 2012

Greg Ondo has been hired as the new professor of art in sculpture for the Department of Art. Professor Ondo teaches sculpture and foundry courses, introducing students to a wide array of sculptural materials, techniques and forms. He was central to this summer’s collaboration between the Schoodic International Sculpture Syposium and the University of Maine which brought eight sculptors from South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Holland, New Zealand and Maine to create large scale stone sculpture out of Maine granite. In addition, Greg is working with Veazie Community School on Clay in the Classroom, as a visiting artist and co-teacher to introduce ceramic techniques and topics to enrich three-dimensional art offerings. This 2012-13 project is funded through the Maine Arts Commission SMART grant.

UM Art Students and Alums Participating in the Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium

August 5th, 2012
Erin Grey, Studio Art student

Erin Grey, Studio Art student

UM Department of Art students and recent graduates spent six weeks this summer working with eight sculptors from South Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Holland, New Zealand and Maine to create large scale stone sculpture out of Maine granite. These contemporary art works were created for the cities of Orono, Old Town and Bangor as well as for the University of Maine, the University of Maine Foundation, Husson University and Acadia Hospital. Some of these students and alums are pictured here.

In addition, on Saturday mornings, young students from around the area were given the opportunity to learn the processes involved in stone carving, creating small scale, individual works of their own.

Check out the Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium here.

Matthew Foster, Studio Art graduate, Spring 2012

Matthew Foster, Studio Art graduate, Spring 2012

 

Garrett White, Art Education and Studio Art student

Garrett White, Art Education and Studio Art student

 

Elizabeth (EB) Miller, Art Education student

Elizabeth (EB) Miller, Art Education student

 

Glenn Swanson, Studio Art student

Glenn Swanson, Studio Art student

 

Richard Reichenbach, Art Education graduate, Spring 2012

Richard Reichenbach, Art Education graduate, Spring 2012