Engine is closed until further notice due to the COVID-19 pandemic. If you’d like to see the current show, Nano, please view items on our online marketplace. And, buy things if you can. We know it’s not as enjoyable as seeing work in person but this is what we can
When Laura Dunn started making tiny clay pots, she couldn’t stop – and she couldn’t resist always trying to make them even smaller. We’re talking tiny, tiny pots. The smallest that Dunn displays at Engine in Biddeford is about the size of a grain of rice. She fills her pots
Artist and performer Maya Williams will be leading a writing workshop on mental health awareness and poetry for high school students on Saturday April 11, from 2-4pm at Engine, 163 Main Street. The workshop is free for students to attend. Registration is required at https://www.feedtheengine.org/learn/youth-programs/ The workshop is aimed specifically
Nano, opening February 8 extended through April 25. UPDATE: This exhibition will be extended through April 25, and–fingers crossed while socially distancing–we’ll be able to open to the public to allow viewing of this delightful exhibition of tiny works before we have to take it down. Biddeford–Nano, an invitational exhibition
Hello and Happy New Year! 2020 is a pivotal and exciting year for Engine! We turn TEN in January! Ten years of helping downtown Biddeford find itself, ten years of advancing the arts, and ten years of bringing arts education to area youth. In honor of this tremendous milestone, I bring you TEN exciting
The finalists have been selected for the 230 Main Street mural in downtown Biddeford. The Biddeford Public Art Committee, a committee of Engine, has selected four very different murals. The artists are Jared Goulette, Patrick Corrigan, Susan Bartlett Rice, and Rebecca Cote. Please vote for your favorite mural that best
Arts-based Community Development Investment for Biddeford, Maine Engine One of 57 National Endowment for the Arts Our Town Projects Selected Nationwide Biddeford, Maine— National Endowment for the Arts Acting Chairman Mary Anne Carter announced 57 awards totaling $4.1 million supporting projects across the nation through the Arts Endowment’s Our Town
Engine is pleased to announce the addition of Drew Chambers as its Youth Program Mentor/Manager, for the Compass Project. Chambers is a woodworker, boat builder, artist, and educator with more than ten years of experience working in collaborative communities as a teacher and maker. His roots lie in outdoor education.