Exhibitions - January 17 - March 22, 2014
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What's New at UMMA
- KENNY COLE: Parabellum (Prepare for War)
- FROM PIRANESI TO PICASSO: Master Prints from the Permanent Collection
- HANNAH COLE: Time’s Wife
The University of Maine Museum of Art’s Leonard Lecture Series presents:
Artist Hannah Cole Gallery Talk & PowerPoint Presentation at The UMaine Museum of Art
BEDSPREADS AND MANHOLE COVERS: A Talk about Process and Everyday Inspirations
Wednesday, MARCH 12
6 – 7 pm
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
The University of Maine Museum of Art’s Leonard Lecture Series presents painter Hannah Cole whose works are featured in UMMA’s exhibition Time’s Wife, on display through March 22. Cole will reveal the inspiration, process and challenges behind her work in a presentation in the Leonard gallery. The talk will include specific works in the gallery in addition to a PowerPoint presentation.
Hannah Cole received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Yale University, Post-Baccalaureate studies in painting from Brandeis University, and a Master of Fine Arts in painting from Boston University. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.
Educational Opportunities At The Museum
Middle School Art Studio Intensive
March 3rd – 26th Monday & Wednesdays 3:00pm – 4:30pm
Celebrate Easter with UMaine’s German Club!
April 12 11am – 3pm FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Join the University of Maine’s German Club – Der Deutsche Verein – for an artistic celebration of the Easter season. It is an age old custom to hang painted egg shells from branches to celebrate the Easter season in the German speaking countries of Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The German club will teach patrons how to paint blown-out eggs to take home. There will also be some painted eggs for sale!
Come for the artistic celebration of the season and stay for a piece of German pastry. The University’s German Club has again won an award for its dessert at the 2013 Culturefest on campus. All proceeds for the painted eggs and the cakes benefit the educational mission of UMMA. Drop by anytime between 11am and 3pm with your whole family – you do not have to preregister for this event.