“Wonder” is a collaborative, interdisciplinary initiative exploring intersections among the visual arts, sciences and humanities.
August 17, 2015 - December 18, 2015
From August 14 – October 31, 2015, the University of New England’s School of Social Work's Applied Arts and Social Justice Certificate program will be hosting Family Crisis Services’ “More Than a Rap Sheet: The Real Stories of Incarcerated Women,” an exhibit featuring photographs and the poems of Maine’s incarcerated women. The exhibit will officially open on September 10th during a public reception from 4:30-6:30 on the 4th Floor of Hersey Hall. Please join us!
Work by some 30 Maine connected photographers.
A Tale of Three Cities: Paris, New York, and Portland, is part of the state-wide (32 venues), year-long Maine Photo Project. Panel discussions will take place at the Gallery August 13 and September 10, 5:00-6:30.
Artwork by Susan Mesick and Sheila Clough will be on display in an exhibit titled “Pathways and Places: The Pigment of our Imagination” at the University of New England’s Biddeford Campus Center from August 3 to September 10, 2015. An opening reception will be held there on Friday, August 7, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
Clough and Mesick, both of Southern Maine, collaborated in the creation of the exhibit, which not only demonstrates their individual artistic voices but also their complementary styles.
Artwork produced by an interprofessional graduate student research project is on display in the hallways of the 4th floor of Hersey Hall, from now until mid-July. The exhibit is hosted by UNE's Applied Arts and Social Justice Program, lead by Lori G. Power, Ed.D.
On June 5, 5-8:00 p.m in the Campus Center., an opening reception will be held for an exhibition of paintings of rescue dogs by Rachel Michaud. Outside of the Campus Center, dogs will be available for adoption from the Pixel Fund, a non-profit organizaiton in Maine dedicated to saving the lives of shelter pets through education, advocacy, rescue efforts and participation in community events.
Students from the Master of Public Health and Occupational Therapy programs are pleased to invite you to an exhibit at Portland's May First Friday Art Walk. As a part of a research project supported by a mini-grant from the Center for Excellence in Interprofessional Education (CEIPE), the interprofessional student team has been working with residents from the Park Danforth senior living community in Portland to hold group discussions and art activities on the topics of perception, identity, and aging.