May 19, 2019 – October 27, 2019
May 19, 2019 – October 27, 2019Exhibitions are free with admission.
Stories of the Land and Its People is a yearlong arts-integration initiative in which the Farnsworth Art Museum facilitates in-depth partnerships with local schools, artists, and community members to connect the arts to curricular learning standards. This program explores student and teacher curiosity through art, inquiry, creativity, and interactive learning experiences. Stories provides professional development opportunities for teachers and artists, free online resources for all educators, private arts-integration consultations, and various multi-visit arts-integration programs led by the Arts in Education Program Manager.
The Stories 2019 exhibition celebrates the work created by over 155 elementary and middle school students and teachers who took part in the 2018–2019 Stories program.
You may explore the exhibition virtually in 3D by clicking below.
The Arts in Education Program at the Farnsworth Art Museum thanks the generosity of the following organizations and individuals for their support of the program in the 2018–2019 school year:
CCM Community Development LLC; Van Otterloo Family Foundation; Anonimo Foundation; Charles E. Erb Foundation; John W. Rosenblum; Arison Arts Foundation; Mattina R. Proctor Foundation; Northlight Foundation; Bank of America Charitable Foundation; Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts; Edward Page Crane Fund of the Maine Community Foundation; Leonard Kizner and Jeffrey Tucker; The Connie Hayes Face Time Project / Dowling Walsh Gallery; Anneli Skaar; Michaela and Jeffrey Colquhon/Cedar Street Fund; James Richardson; Laura Waller; and other generous donors.