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  • Saturday October 20 2018
    10:00am Museum exhibits

    1968 Exhibit @ Brick Store Museum

    The Brick Store Museum’s “1968” exhibit focuses on the year’s events, many of which contributed to 1968 being called “the year that changed the world.” The exhibition is sponsored by the Captain Lord Mansion, and will run through November 2018. Visitors to the exhibition will be invited to share their own experiences from the 1960s, […] View event

  • The Books of the Long Sixties 1957-1974 @ Mantor Library — University of Maine at Farmington

    The Shiretown Bookers are proud to announce their Fall exhibition, “The Long Sixties, 1957-1974”, running from October 7th through January 11th, in the Shiretown Bookers’ Hall in Mantor Library at 116 South Street in Farmington. The opening reception, to which the public is invited, will be held at the Library at 6:30 pm on Thursday, […] View event

  • Face to Face: Portraits by Rabee Kiwan @ Common Street Arts

    Born in Lebanon, Rabee Kiwan immigrated to the United States in 2002 to complete his medical training and he has lived in Portland since 2009. Rabee has been painting portraits, landscapes, and still lifes since he was a young child when his father gave him a watercolor set. Drawing inspiration from everyday life sustains his […] View event

  • 2018 UNE Department of Arts faculty show @ UNE Art Gallery

    The UNE Portland Campus Art Gallery presents the 2018 DEPARTMENT OF ARTS FACULTY EXHIBITION August 9 — October 21, 2018 You’re invited to experience artwork and music created by the faculty of the UNE Department of Arts. From the metaphorical and conceptual to the literal and formal, this exhibition showcases artworks that challenge assumptions and […] View event

  • Night Animals!

    When the sun goes down, nocturnal animals come out to play! Come learn about the special adaptations these creatures of the night use to find food while the rest of the world is asleep! View event

  • Fright at the Museum

    Bring a flashlight and explore the festively decorated Museum at night! Explore the spookiest parts of our collection, like bat skulls, owls and creepy crawly insects. There will be fun Halloween crafts, as well as mad science projects like dissecting a real owl pellet! View event