We are excited to be kicking off our 2013 exhibition schedule tonight with THE RUMPUS! An egalitarian art show. We have some talented Mainers lined up to show their work at Engine this year including Nancy Andrews, Jon Sarkin, Greta Ault Van Campen and her parents, Susan and Tim, Kate
Engine, in collaboration with promoter Dylan Metrano, is kicking off a music series focusing on indie and folk music at 8pm on Saturday nights and jazz, bluegrass, blues, and orchestral music at 1pm on Sundays for the month of March at Engine’s exhibition space at 265 Main Street in Biddeford.
SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 • 2PM @ ENGINE Join the dynamic Sarah Boisvert, founder of FabLab Maine, for a presentation “What is FabLab?” According to MIT’s website for the program, fab labs “have spread from inner-city Boston to rural India, from South Africa to the north of Norway.” Boisvert said fab
Stephen Burt, Associate Professor and Chair of Arts & Commuincations, will be bringing his studio classes to downtown, sharing space with Engine for the spring semester. This is very exciting news as we continue to strengthen our relationship with UNE’s arts program and other departments. We welcome the students to
Engine will be staying at 265 Main, in our current location, for the foreseeable future, with our first show THE RUMPUS! opening on Feb. 22. Work is progressing on the Marble Block and we are awaiting construction numbers for Phase I, the main floor, in the next few weeks. We’re
Rum • pus : noun \ˈrəm-pəs\ : a usually noisy commotion Let’s make a rumpus with art! Engine is calling all for an egalitarian, unjuried group show featuring works by a range of artists, professional or not. All are welcome. Paintings, drawings, sculpture is all welcome. Two pieces per person