"Creeping Pavement" explores artists’ changing attitudes toward urban spaces over the course of the late nineteenth to twentieth centuries
This exhibition of art in the Atlantic World considers empire-building across Europe, North America, and their colonies, and how it shaped interconnected global networks from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries.
"There Is a Woman in Every Color" examines the representation of Black women over the past two centuries.
This exhibition presents extraordinary masks from the island New Ireland, part of Papua New Guinea, that residents performed in at funeral ceremonies to explore their cultural significance and collecting history connected to Maine.
On the occasion of the 200th anniversary of statehood, the exhibition brings together some of the most outstanding artistic treasures created in Maine over the last two centuries.
Beginning in 2018, celebrated architectural photographer Walter Smalling crisscrossed the state of Maine in all seasons creating images of important artist homes and studios.