First 2020 Biddeford ArtWalk to Go Virtual

Engine, the coordinator of the Biddeford ArtWalk, is moving its 2020 season kickoff on May 15 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm to a virtual event due to COVID-19 and the staged re-opening of business in Maine. “We believe that most people won’t feel comfortable gathering even in small groups for a

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Engine launches free Cultural Exchange Box program

In response to Governor Mills’ mandate to Stay Home, Stay Healthy due to the pandemic, Engine is adapting its Cultural Exchange Program that had launched just prior to Biddeford Public Schools shuttering. Understanding that human basic needs are of the utmost priority, we are planning to adopt a CSA model–community

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CALL FOR SCRIPTS

Actor Luke Crory, Director Mentor Michael Nickles, and Student Director May Winter discuss a scene. The foundation of cinema and television is now and always will be the written screenplay. Project AWARE, a youth-led filmmaking program run by Engine, presents a Call for Screenwriting Submissions for aspiring area youth seeking

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FACES BEHIND ATROCITY / JAN 12

Engine presents Faces Behind Atrocity to raise awareness of human trafficking Please join Engine at an opening reception of Faces Behind Atrocity, an exhibition featuring the work of award-winning American documentary photographer Matilde Simas of Boston on Saturday, January 12, 2019 from 3-5pm. January is National Slavery and Human Trafficking

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Reviving the Marble Block, a fundraiser

Engine has announced Reviving the Marble Block, a fundraising cocktail party to help renovate the former Renys department store on Main Street into a center of creativity in art, design, and technology. The event will be held on August 11, from 5:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the residence of

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