ENGAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR The Engagement and Development Coordinator will spearhead development efforts as Engine continues to grow. A new position in the organization, you will have the opportunity to build the development function. RESPONSIBILITIES Develop and execute Engine’s annual fundraising plan Secure financial support from individuals, foundations and corporations Create
EDUCATION/PROGRAMMING COORDINATOR Engine’s Education/Programming Coordinator strategizes, develops and delivers innovative programs that provide youth support in S.T.E.A.M., reaches out to underserved audiences, increases awareness, excitement and interest in learners of all ages and advances Engine’s commitment to rigor, creativity, and entrepreneurship. Engine creates collaborative pathways between other educational institutions, the
The Chart Clare Tyrrell-Morin Art Guides, Vol. 1, No. 5: February 2016 “There is a short film, called Here Nor There, that perfectly captures the creative climate that is currently taking hold of Biddeford, Maine. It opens with a flat ocean, dappled sunlight, then switches to a woman in a
Engine is moving down the street, to the Polakewich Block which directly faces the organization’s own building, the Marble Block. The 6000sf space features two floors, Main Street level and a lower floor opening onto Laconia Street (formerly Tote Road). The space is under light renovation on the street level which
BIDDEFORD — They could have named their art collective anything. That they settled on Autus says something about their hopes for their new collective and for the contemporary art scene in the hippest, happeningest Maine city south of Portland…READ THE STORY
Dear Friends of Engine: As Engine turns four years old, we’re feeling extremely grateful. We want to thank you, our members, volunteers, donors, and attendees for helping our efforts to promote the arts and creative economy in downtown Biddeford. We are asking for your support to help us continue to
At the July 2014 meeting, the Southern Maine Planning & Development Commission voted unanimously to grant $100,000 to the Marble Block Redevelopment Corporation, an entity of Engine, an arts organization, for the cleanup of hazardous materials in the Marble Block, a historic building at 129 Main Street in downtown Biddeford,
Artists Call for Work for “Beautify in Blue” a mini-exhibition to benefit the U.S. Pain Foundation Biddeford, ME – Engine announces an open call for works of art for the “Beautify in Blue” mini-exhibition to benefit the U.S. Pain Foundation. Engine, in partnership with the University of New England’s Center
Participate in an upcoming exhibition at ENGINE in Biddeford, Maine by submitting selfies. The submitted selfies will be on view from May 30-July 19, 2014. To EMAIL your selfie to Arts@feedtheengine.org and tag yourself on Instagram or Tumblr with #SELFtheshow To see the past submission: Selfselfie.tumblr.com Check back for updates!
Engine welcomes Edwige Charlot as our new Arts Education Program Director. Edwige has a BFA from Maine College of Art ’10 and comes to us most recently from Creative Portland. and Oak Street Studios. Edwige is an artist/printmaker and her work can be seen here.