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HOPE at the Bangor Library

February 4, 2021

Art Exhibit

YOU’RE INVITED (and your students are as well) to submit artwork with the them “HOPE” for the virtual community art exhibit being provided by the Bangor Public Library.

Application is due February 15th
Exhibit dates are March 1-April 30, 2021

Artists are encouraged to submit one piece of artwork for the first virtual exhibit of 2021, using the theme “Hope.” The artwork should be submitted as a digital image, either in its original format or as a photograph or scan of your physical piece. An application should be submitted at the same time.

  • Formats are .jpeg or .png with a 50 MB maximum size
  • Limited image editing may be available through the library
  • 3D art will not be accepted as it will not display well in our virtual gallery

The Bangor Public Library Art Committee will review applications and select 18 pieces of artwork to be displayed in our virtual exhibit gallery. If more than 18 submissions are accepted, another exhibit will be scheduled after April 30.

For more information, obtain an application to submit artwork, or if you have other questions, please contact Candis Joyce by calling 207-947-8336 ext. 127 or by emailing candis.joyce@bangorpubliclibrary.org OR go to the Bangor Public Library site at https://www.bangorpubliclibrary.org/art-exhibits-information. You will need to submit your application and the image of your artwork through a file-sharing service, ie. Dropbox.

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Bangor Public Library

May 28, 2020

Opportunity for artists – age 18 and older

 

A CALL FOR ART – WOMAN’S RIGHT TO VOTE 2020

Passed by Congress June 4, 1919, and ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th amendment granted women the right to vote. In honor of the 100th anniversary of this historic event, the Bangor Public Library is hosting a unique art exhibit. Artists are invited to create a work in honor of this event and submit it for a juried exhibit to be held at the library from September 2020 to January 2021. 

Artists! Put your creativity to work. Think about the impact this ruling has had on women in this country. Think about the impact on all segments of the population. Use your creative voice to help others to know more about this incredible accomplishment! 

ENTRIES

Artists will submit original work, one work per artist. Artists must be 18 years old or older.

Artists may use any 2-D media for this project. 

The work itself must be ready to hang in the gallery. 

Artist contact information must be on the back of the submission and must include name, address, phone contact, and email contact information. 

Artists must also complete a submission form to turn in with their work.

JUDGING

The works will be juried and works will be displayed in the library from September 1, 2020 – January 30, 2021, in prominent galleries. 

EXHIBITION 

Due to the pandemic, a number of possibilities have been considered. 

The library does intend to display the work in the galleries. 

Digital images will be taken and the exhibit will be available on the library web site. 

The library plans to display scanned images of the work in downtown Bangor, if possible. 

The library plans to create an exhibit catalogue for each participant. 

A speaker series will help to bring the topic of Woman’s Suffrage to a broader audience. 

TIMELINE

The art work and submission form must be delivered to the library on August 30, 2020. 

Because of these times, we may not be able to hold a traditional reception but the library will find a way to honor the artists and their work. 

Works that have been displayed as part of the exhibit should be picked up on February 1, 2021, at the end of the exhibit. 

The library cannot be responsible for lost or damaged art work. 

Any questions? Please contact Candis Joyce at candis.joyce@bangorpubliclibrary.org

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Pandemic Postcard Project 

May 18, 2020

Bangor Public Library

CREATE A POSTCARD

Calling all artists, all ages! Spread the word! Be part of a community conversation! Share your ideas! This is a great project for ‘end of year’ assignments.

Create a postcard image in response to one or more of the following prompts. 

  1. After six weeks (or more) of this pandemic, what do you appreciate?
  2. What has been an unexpected benefit of quarantine?
  3. What is something you have learned about yourself as a result of the pandemic?
  4. Create an image about a day in the life of a quarantined person.
  5. Imagine what you will be doing in 6 months that is different from what you were doing 6 months ago.

DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 1, 2020


DIRECTIONS

Cut heavy weight paper to postcard size – 4″ x 6″

Use pencil, pen, colored pencil or any non-smudgy medium. 

Be sure to indicate which prompt you are depicting. 

Please sign your name and city or town where you live.

SHARE WITH OTHERS

And be sure to share the information about this project with friends and relatives. We hope to have a large number of postcards to display!  The postcards will be part of a time capsule, reflecting ideas and opinions about our experiences during this unique time. 

Send your postcards to: Pandemic Postcard Project – c/o Candis Joyce

Bangor Public Library

145 Harlow Street

Bangor, ME 04401

Any questions? Contact candis.joyce@bangorpubliclibrary.org

Don’t wait! Create your postcard image today!!!

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Poets/Speak!

April 16, 2018

Bangor Public Library – April 26, 4:30 – 8:00 p.m.

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Art in the Heart Exhibit

March 7, 2018

Friday opening, Bangor Public Library

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Poets/Speak!

April 9, 2017

15th annual event

More than 25 well-known and emerging poets and musicians celebrate National Poetry Month at the Bangor Public Library on Thursday, April 27, 4:30 – 8:00 PM. The event will celebrate “Origins: Roots & Sources”. For more information please call 947-8336.

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Art Educator’s Show

March 22, 2017

Bangor Public Library

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Bangor High School

June 3, 2013

libraryartshow2013

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Bangor High School Art Show

June 1, 2012

Bangor Art Exhibit

June 4-28 the artwork will be on display at the Bangor Public Library. Reception will be June 5, 5:30-6:30.

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All-State Music

May 6, 2012

Searching for music

Music is now being housed at the Bangor Public Library. District V music educators worked with Gina Provenzano to organize all the past Band and Orchestra music used at All-State with bright pink stickers so it’s easy to find.

The MMEA Board is trying to gather any music that has been used in the past for Band and Orchestra All-State. If you have been a manager or know someone that has been a manager or have borrowed All-State music, could you please bring the music to the All-State registration, May 17, to be collected by Gina Provenzano. You may contact Gina directly to make other arrangements at gprovenzanodistrictv@gmail.com.

Choral music has already been delievered to the Bangor Public Library and will be available soon. Once the band and orchestra music is collected, this music will also be available to all music teachers free of charge (must have FREE libray card) and can even be delivered free of of charge through library loans.  You will simply need to go to URSUS or call the library. The Bangor Public Library has agreed to maintain and MMEA is most grateful.

Please spread the word!!

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