Join Engine for its 26th PechaKucha Night on Wednesday, April 10. Presentations will start at 7:20pm. Doors open for mingling at 6:30pm with delectable goodies from Part & Parcel and beer/wine from our cash bar. Our all-star presenters to-date are: Deb Burke Mac ColdwellJohn CollinsRebecca CoteRebecca MillettDeb Whitney
Engine to Receive $10,000 Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts National Endowment for the Arts Acting Chairman Mary Anne Carter has approved more than $27 million in grants as part of the Arts Endowment’s first major funding announcement for fiscal year 2019. Included in this announcement is a
Local Foods, Local Places Action Plan unveiled on November 15 Engine held a launch party for the ‘Local Foods, Local Places’ initiative on November 15th, 2018 to present the Action Plan that was developed in the June 2018 community workshop. The Local Foods, Local Places Action Plan consists of four action
BUY LOCAL FOR THE HOLIDAYS, AND SUPPORT A LOCAL NONPROFIT! Spend some time shopping in our locally-sourced gift shop while mixing with some of the area’s talented makers. Take 10% off your entire purchase in our shop if you already have a membership with Engine. If you’re not a member,
Join us on Friday, November 30, for the opening of the University of New England’s Faculty Show at Engine. The exhibition will run through January 5. Gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday from 1pm-6pm and Saturdays from 11am-2pm, or by chance. This exhibition presents recent artwork created by the faculty
Call for Makers at Handmade @ Engine Engine is launching our seasonal curated Handmade @ Engine for the holidays and we’d like to invite you to apply to consign your work in our shop. We will have a grand opening of the shop on November 24 from 9am-6pm, which is Shop Small Saturday.
AUDITIONS ARE COMPLETE, THANK YOU! Casting call for SHORT FILM – SEEKING CHILD, TEEN and ADULT ACTORS. This socially-relevant, student-made drama is being produced by an award-winning creative team, including filmmaker Michael A. Nickles. A teenager is asked to give a speech at his high school graduation party and must face his deepest fear and
In honor of the the York County ReStore’s 5th anniversary, Habitat for Humanity, York County, ME has teamed up with the Compass Project, a program of Engine: Propelling the Creative Community! WIN THIS COMPASS SKIFF! Raffle Tickets: $2 each or 6 for $10 Raffle Drawing: Labor Day, Monday September 3