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Apocalypse Maine

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Biennial art exhibitions, whether by invitation only or juried shows open to all, have become waypoints on the... Read More »

Applying Sunscreen

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I am one of the fairest of them all — fairest skinned that it is. Well, maybe not... Read More »

Art “Associated” With Maine

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The nature and character of a juried exhibition is in part a function of the artists who submit... Read More »

Art As Experience

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Garry Mitchell lives about five miles from me in North Yarmouth, Maine, yet for some reason I have... Read More »

Art as Installation and Performance

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Traditionally, the visual arts have been object-oriented, involving the creation of paintings, drawings, prints, and sculpture. Increasingly over... Read More »

Art as Invention and Play

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Last week, in reporting on the Boston Art Awards, I noted that “When the market is bad and... Read More »

Art at Colby

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The Colby College Museum of Art is celebrating its 50th anniversary with an exhibition and a book, both... Read More »

Art at Play in Brattleboro

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Making art is both a serious form of human inquiry and a form of imaginative play. The five... Read More »

Art At The Edge

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Just three months ago I reported on the ambitious beginnings of the Portsmouth Museum of Fine Art and... Read More »

Art City By The Sea

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Greenhut Galleries in Portland began mounting a biennial Portland Show in 2002 to mark its 25th anniversary. The... Read More »

Art Detectives in Hartford

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Art conservators have many of the same hi-tech sensing and imaging technologies available to them that medical and... Read More »

Art Flows in Cultural Pittsfield

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Jump In! at the Lichtenstein Center for the Arts (through October 31) in downtown Pittsfield, Massachusetts, is a... Read More »

Art of Ancient Iraq

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The art and culture of the ancient Middle East is not one of my strong points, so I... Read More »

Art Without Borders

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People used to cross the U.S.-Canadian border casually, driving across the St. Croix River from Calais, Maine, into... Read More »

Artist As Activist and Agitator

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Shepard Fairey is suddenly everywhere – in the news, on walls, buildings and bridges, in museums, and, yes,... Read More »

Artist as Environmental Activist

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I guess I must have missed Alan Gussow. Though he painted on Monhegan Island from 1949 until his... Read More »

Artist in Residences

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Since 1990, artist Connie Hayes has been painting landscapes, still-lifes and interiors in and around houses where she... Read More »

Artist John Bisbee and Bowdoin College Museum

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There’s no such thing as bad art. I used to think that the work of the art critic... Read More »

Arts of War exhibition at the Peabody Museum, Harvard

War has been an attribute of human cultures throughout time, and weapons are crafted with a practical, deadly... Read More »

As Others See Us

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A figurative painting tends to be a representation of an unidentified person, a generalized image of the human... Read More »

Away for the Weekend

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I went last weekend to a high school reunion — a very unusual reunion which I will write... Read More »

Bad Excuses Not to Ski

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As an official ski blog writer, I probably should have been skiing at least once already. This is... Read More »

Be My Valentine – Weekend Getaway

Spend two nights at the beautiful Snowvillage Inn for Valentine’s Day. We offer the ideal setting for relaxation... Read More »

Beatrix Potter’s Christmas

Peter Rabbit, Jemima Puddle Duck, and Mrs. Tittle Mouse all began as pets in Beatrix Potter’s upstairs bedroom.... Read More »

BeauSoleil avec Michael Ducet

As the preeminent Cajun band in the world, BeauSoleil has been generously exporting the rich musical traditions of... Read More »

Bella Voce | Now Let Us Sing

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This album definitely fits the bill of local music. Bella Voce, a professional women’s choir in Vermont, teamed... Read More »

Below Zero, Not so Cold

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A week or so ago, I woke up to remember that I had forgotten to buy milk on... Read More »



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