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In Today’s News

March 13, 2016

Maine Sunday Telegram

Read the following articles in the Maine Sunday Telegram and Portland Press Herald:

From the Portland Museum of Art’s Youth Art Month exhibition, “Teenage Angst” by Caitlyn Duffy, a 12th grade student of art teacher Chris Crosby at Gorham High School. Courtesy photo

From the Portland Museum of Art’s Youth Art Month exhibition, “Teenage Angst” by Caitlyn Duffy, a 12th grade student of art teacher Chris Crosby at Gorham High School. Courtesy photo

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Youth Art Month

March 2, 2015

March ~ 2015
Twenty-One Years of Meaningful Collaboration
The Maine Art Education Association

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The Portland Museum of Art
You are Cordially Invited to the
Celebratory Reception and Opening of
Youth Art Month
Please join us on Saturday, March 7th
4:00 to 7:30 p.m.
Portland Museum of Art

Certificates of Participation and Honor
will be presented
4:30 pm     Grades K-3
         5:30 pm     Grades 4-7
           6:30 pm     Grades 8-12
The Youth Art Month Show
Remains Hanging
February 28 through March 29, 2014
Invitation artwork created by
Zoe Eason, Grade 5
Boothbay Region Elementary School

Artwork created by Zoe Eason, Boothbay Region Elementary School,  Grade 5, “Autumn Cake”, Oil Pastels, Jessica Nadeau, Art Teacher

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Student Art Display Opportunity

May 27, 2014

Maine Department of Ed Art Display

manikinThe exhibition schedule to display artwork at the Maine Department Education office is now available on a first come-first taken basis to visual arts teachers. The display dates will be:

October 1, 2014 – December 30, 2014
January 1, 2015 – March 31, 2015
April 1, 2015 – June 15, 2015
MLTI will display the summer months

Please read the specifications an requirements below before requesting an exhibit date.

Maine Department of Education Art Display
Specifications and Requirements

NUMBER OF DISPLAY HOLDERS:  24
(11 are landscape (horizontal); 13 are portrait (vertical)) – Total: 24 pieces of artwork
SIZE (opening) OF DISPLAY HOLDERS:  18” by 24”
ELIGIBILITY:  Pre K-12 student artwork

Guidelines:
·         Mount artwork on 18”X24” construction paper (nothing heavier) and ready to be slipped into the artwork holders. Only ONE piece per frame please!
·         2 labels for each piece – one attached to the back of the art and one paper clipped to the piece to be used for the art label (info below)
·         Please include a list of the students with their name, school, and grade in one document
·         Please include a disk with the photographed work for use online or please email the images (be sure and have them labeled with the name and grade of artist). Let me know of your school’s guidelines for posting student work.
·         Please include release forms with permission to post the work online
·          (I can provide a form if you’d like)
·         Deliver artwork to the address below a few days before scheduled exhibit. (Artwork will be returned within a week of exhibit completion).

shapes-of-wonder-emily-hayes-mt-vernon-elementary-school-grade-2-dona-seegersLabel holder size 6.5” by 1.5”
Include on label:
·         Name of artist
·         Title of work (optional)
·         Medium (optional)
·         Age or grade of artist
·         Name of school/teacher

Send work to:
Kevin Facer, Visual and Performing Arts Specialist
Maine Department of Education
23 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333

Physical address if the artwork is hand delivered:
111 Sewall Street, Augusta (Cross building, next to the State House)

If you have any questions please call Kevin Facer @ 207-624-6826 or email kevin.facer@maine.gov.

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Essence of the North

March 25, 2014

Northern pARTners-Aroostook County Regional Art Educators

The pARTners are hosting the Essence of the North Student Art Exhibition at the Aroostook Centre Mall in Presque Isle, Maine in recognition of Youth Art Month. The exhibition will be one of the stops on the First Friday of the Month Art Walk on March 7th sponsored by the Presque Isle Chamber of Commerce. The exhibition will be on display from March 1 through April 5. There will be an Artists’ Reception on Friday, March 14, at the site of the exhibition from 7-7:30 PM. There will be collaborative weaving for attendees to add to and a scavenger hunt which will involve identifying various objects from within the art work. Districts participating are from Houlton, Hodgdon, Mars Hill, Easton, Fort Fairfield, Presque Isle, Washburn, Caribou, Limestone, Connor Township, and Frenchville/St. Agatha.

Presque Isle elementary school art teacher Ruth McAtee says of the exhibit:

“We are very fortunate to have the opportunity to show work from around the county at one location while the Jr. Biathlon and other events at the mall makes this year unique…..Our students get a varied range of audience and the mall gets an attraction for its guests, employees and shoppers.  It is interesting how many mall walkers and employees frequently visit the gallery. This year we have a collaborative weaving and scavenger hunt on the reception night.”

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“After Hours”

February 9, 2014

Maine Art Education Association exhibit artist panel discussion at Saco Museum, Saco, Maine

Screen shot 2014-02-08 at 6.24.46 PMJoin us for a panel discussion, Saturday, February 15, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. with several of the artists exhibiting in our current “After Hours” Maine Art Educators exhibition. The artists/educators participating are: Charlie Johnson, Deb Bickford, Manon Lewis, Robin Brooks and Meryl Ruth.

Allison Price, organizer of this year’s “After Hours” show, will moderate a lively discussion between our panelists and the audience:

  • Describe some of your earliest memories of making Art.
  • When/How did you know you wanted to become an artist, and teacher?
  • What is the relationship between your own studio work and the work you do with your students in the classroom?
  • Where do you find inspiration for your Art?

All are welcome to attend this engaging and informative artist conversation.

Saco Museum, 371 Main Street, downtown Saco. All programs and events are free and open to the public. For more information, please call 207) 283-3861.

 

 

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MAEA Exhibit for Educators

January 20, 2014

After Hours, Saco Art Museum

On Saturday, January 25 the opening for the Maine Art Education Association members art exhibit will take place at the Saco Art Museum, 1:00 – 3:00. A HUGE THANK YOU to Alison Price who is responsible for making all the arrangements for the show. Alison’s helpers with the arranging and hanging of the 56 piece show were Diane Noble and Piper Bolduc – thanks to both of them for their help!

The show is filled with beautiful work including various media, techniques, and themes! Many of the artists have work for sale in the gift shop of the museum including prints, cards, photographs, and jewelry.

Please join MAEA members, families, and friends to view the work of the following art educators. Congratulations to all the artists! The show is in place until March 1, 2014!

  • Betsy Allen-McPhedran
    Readfield Elementary School, Readfield
  • Dana Altman
    Thornton Academy, Saco
  • Debra Arter
    Camden Adult Ed, Camden
  • Barb Berry-Palm
    Brunswick Junior High School, Brunswick
  • Debra Bickford
    Westbrook High School, Westbrook
  • Piper Bolduc
    Old Orchard Beach High School, Old Orchard Beach
  • Vicki Bove`
    Gorham Middle School, Gorham
  • Sandy Brennan
    Wells Elementary School, Wells
  • Robin Brooks
    Lincoln School, Augusta
  • Wendy Burton
    Messalonskee High School, Oakland
  • Kate Cargile
    Lewiston Middle School, Lewiston
  • Lee Cheever
    Lazydog Studio, Brunswick
  • Donna Coffin
    Retired (Brunswick High School)
    Bailey Island
  • Cam Davis
    Acton Elementary School, Acton

Cam Davis, encaustic triptych

  • Christine DelRossi
    Mt. Ararat High School, Topsham
  • Mari Dieumegard
    Breakwater School, Portland
  • Debbie DiGregorio
    C.K. Burns School, Saco
  • Jennie Driscoll
    Brunswick High School
  • Elaine Fletcher
    Frank H. Harrison Middle School, Yarmouth
  • Jennifer Fox
    Lisbon High School, Lisbon Falls
  • Suzanne Goulet
    Waterville Senior High School, Waterville
  • Cathy Grigsby
    Stevens Brook Elementary, Bridgton
  • Lauren Head
    Gould Academy, Bethel

Lauren Head,    Vessel, steel

  • Hollie Hilton
    Albert S. Hall School, Waterville
  • Holly Houston
    Yarmouth High School, Yarmouth
  • Charlie Johnson
    Mt. Desert Island High School, Mt. Desert
  • Genevieve Keller
    Windsor Elementary School, Windsor
  • Jayne Kinney Young
    Deering High School, Portland
  • Manon Lewis
    Boothbay High School, Boothbay Harbor
  • Joanne Maloney
    Wentworth Intermediate School
  • Rhonda Mann
    Marshwood Great Works, South Berwick
  • Kelly McConnell
    Breakwater School & Maine College of Art, Portland
  • Kay McKeever Allison
    Lewiston Middle School, Lewiston
  • Jennifer Merry
    Thornton Academy, Saco
  • Chris Milliken
    Wells Junior High School, Wells
  • Heather Monsen
    Brunswick High School, Brunswick
  • Nanci Nason
    Lebanon Schools, Lebanon
  • Argy Nestor
    Maine Arts Commission, Augusta
  • Diane Noble
    Young and Fairfield Schools, Saco

Diane Noble, Tidal Cove - Tenant's Harbor, acrylic -

  • Heidi O’Donnell
    Belfast High School, Belfast
  • Pam Ouellette
    Lisbon High School, Lisbon Falls
  • Mary Pennington
    Mountain Valley Middle School, Mexico
  • Donna Powers
    Biddeford High School, Biddeford
  • Allison Price
    Brunswick High School, Brunswick
  • Gail Rodrigue-duBois
    Oak Hill Middle School, Sabattus
  • Karen Rubin
    Biddeford High School, Biddeford
  • Raegan Russell
    Berwick Academy, South Berwick
  • Meryl Ruth
    Porcelain Grace Studio, Cumberland
    (formerly at Deering High School)
  • Patricia Sevigny-Higgins
    Marshwood High School, South Berwick
  • Jane Snider
    Hancock Grammar and Lamoine Consolidated Schools, Hancock and Lamoine
  • Jodi Thomas
    Thornton Academy, Saco
  • Linda Thorndike Williams
    Hussey School, Berwick
  • Michael Vermette
    Indian Island School, Indian Island
  • Sue West
    Chewonki Semester School, Wiscasset

Sue West, City Branches, mixed media

  • Tina Wood
    Marcia Buker Elementary School, Richmond
  • Deloris A. White
    Berwick Academy, So. Berwick
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MEA Art Exhibit

June 8, 2013

Maine Education Association art exhibit

The Maine Art Education Association (MAEA) and the Maine Education Association (MEA) partner by having a student art exhibit at the MEA building in Augusta. The work is beautifully exhibited and on display for the next several months. This partnership has been underway for several years thanks to the work of MAEA board member and Lewiston Middle School art teacher Kay Allison.

Below is a photograph with Mount Desert Island art teacher (and Maine Arts Assessment teacher leader) Charlie Johnson’s grade 10 student Kathleen Murphy and members of her family. Left to right is Kathleen’s cousin, Kathleen, grandmother, mother, and cousin.

MEAyam1Stop by the MEA building when you are in Augusta to see the marvelous exhibit!

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