Indoor and outdoor ArtWalk events were successful in different ways.
Amy Stacey Curtis's sixth solo-biennial exhibit of interactive installation art, TIME, will take place October 9-28, 2010 throughout 16,000 square feet of Biddeford's Pepperell Mill.
Engine partners with Thread to promote the arts in downtown Biddeford through the adaptive reuse of historic buildings into creative centers.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity for students to engage with the written word in the poetic form,” said Maine Arts Commission Director Donna McNeil.
Take six artists and give them 6,000 square feet of raw space in a historic Maine mill and six weeks to make an installation with a focus on materials they find on-site.