Local Community Invited to Contribute to the Planning Process BIDDEFORD—The Reny family, which owns and operates the Renys chain of stores across Maine, is preparing to gift its three-story building in Biddeford to the nonprofit arts organization Engine. Located at 129 Main Street in the heart of downtown Biddeford, the
Engine is pleased to announce that Shaw’s Corporate has agreed to sponsor Canstruction’s event to be held on October 28. Canstruction is an international charitable sculpture event that raised over 2 million pounds of food in 2010. [READ MORE HERE]. In addition to offering participating teams deep discounts on cans
The Maine chapter of the American Institute of Architects is teaming up with Engine, a community arts organization based in Biddeford, Maine, for CANSTRUCTION, a charitable sculpture event, using cans of food to create amazing sculptures by teams of architects, designers, engineers and students. The sculptures will be built inside
Thanks to the Quimby Family Foundation’s strong belief in funding the arts in Maine, Engine has received a $30,000 grant to support operational costs for the organization’s first year. This grant will help secure a Main Street venue in downtown Biddeford to be announced this fall 2010.