The Pain Awareness and Education Collaborative (PEAC), from the Office of Research and Scholarship, has put together an art exhibit in conjunction with Engine in downtown Biddeford. To recognize September as Pain Awareness Month and National Recovery Month, PEAC has curated pieces from the community that speak to pain and recovery.
Human/Nature, curated by Julie K. Gray, opens on July 29 and will show through August 20 at Engine. Artists included are Ed Bennett, Toni Jo Coppa, Stacy Howe, Robin Koss, Mike Libby, and Eric Vaughn. Human/Nature explores the ways in which contemporary artists explore, interpret and are inspired by the “natural” world.
“That’s What She Said,” an exhibition featuring photographs, videos, and installations by artist Nancy Grace Horton and curated by Jessica Buckley, opens May 27, 2016, from 5-8pm at Engine, 128 Main Street in downtown Biddeford. “That’s What She Said” will show through July 23, 2016. The exhibition encompasses work made
Biddeford, ME – “Abstract Narratives” “Abstract Narratives,” a group exhibition of new works by six Maine artists, Meghan Brady, Jessica Davis Buckley, Amanda K. Hawkins, Jonathan Mess, Jean Noon, and Andrea Sulzer, opens March 25, 2016, from 5-7pm at Engine, 128 Main Street in downtown Biddeford. “Abstract Narratives” will show
“THE PINE TREE STATEment” opens December 5, 2015, from 5-7pm at Engine, 128 Main Street in downtown Biddeford, and will show through January 23, 2016. The exhibition includes artists from Maine or with a connection to the state, and asks them to reimagine, reassign, reinvent, and take ownership of Maine’s
OPENING RECEPTION FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 25 FROM 5-8PM @ 128 MAIN STREET Show runs through November 21 BETTER LUCK NEXT TIME: Exploring Media and Mediumship is a multi-disciplinary solo exhibition by Saco artist Julie K. Gray addressing an intense desire to explore the unknown through paranormal and spiritual means—and failure to
Ode to Letters, a declaration of love of letterforms Exhibition dates: July 31 – September 19, 2015 Opening Reception July 31 from 5-8pm NOTE NEW LOCATION: 128 MAIN STREET IN BIDDEFORD Ode to Letters is a declaration of love of letterforms and a showcase of the nation’s best traditional sign painters,
OPENING MAY 29 from 5-8PM SHOWING THROUGH JULY 25 A series of investigations with drawings, writings, and three-dimensional forms of how the images and assumed narratives of drawings can fall together into a whole new form of truth. Join us in welcoming Kimberly Convery for her 2nd exhibition, this time
Rachael Eastman Moon Dune (left) and Carrie Scanga Pirate Ride. INTRICATE WORLDS will run May 1st, 2015 until May 23rd, 2015 with an opening reception Saturday May 2nd 5-7pm. Twelve artists–emerging to those with regional and national reputations–were selected by curator and artist Stephen Burt. Artists include Stephen Burt, Kimberly Convery, Fritz
NEW ARTIST COLLECTIVE IN BIDDEFORD LAUNCHES FIRST EXHIBITION Opening Friday, February 6 from 5-8pm Engine announces the exhibition Primum by a newly-formed artist collective called Autus opening Friday, January 30, from 5-8pm at Engine, 265 Main Street in Biddeford. Snow date February 6. The exhibition will run through March 21.