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Art Lifts All

CMCA 21 Winter Street, Rockland, ME, United States

Art has the power to lift individuals, institutions and communities. Join three women leaders in the Maine arts community, Susan Danly, former Senior Curator at the Portland Museum of Art, CMCA Director Suzette McAvoy, and Ellis-Beauregard Foundation Director Donna McNeil, for an inspiring discussion on how their careers in the arts has led to mentorship […]

Art for Us: What is the Role of Art within the Humanities?

CMCA 21 Winter Street, Rockland, ME, United States

Led by Roger Dell and co-presented by the Farnsworth and CMCA Art for Us: Let's Discuss Session Four: What is the Role of Art within the Humanities? Art was not originally included in the humanities when it was invented by the Greeks in the second half of the 5th century BCE.  However, as time passed, […]

$10

Art for Us: What is the Role of Art within the Humanities?

CMCA 21 Winter Street, Rockland, ME, United States

Led by Roger Dell and co-presented by the Farnsworth and CMCA Art for Us: Let's Discuss Session Four: What is the Role of Art within the Humanities? Art was not originally included in the humanities when it was invented by the Greeks in the second half of the 5th century BCE.  However, as time passed, […]

$10

Art for Us: What is Artistic Beauty?

CMCA 21 Winter Street, Rockland, ME, United States

Led by Roger Dell and co-presented by the Farnsworth and CMCA Art for Us: Let's Discuss Session Three: What is Artistic Beauty? Can it be as simple as “beauty is in the eye of the beholder?” Probably not.  There exists an entire 300-year old discipline in the humanities called “aesthetics,” which attempts to definite what […]

$10

Art for Us: What is Artistic Beauty?

CMCA 21 Winter Street, Rockland, ME, United States

Led by Roger Dell and co-presented by the Farnsworth and CMCA Art for Us: Let's Discuss Session Three: What is Artistic Beauty? Can it be as simple as “beauty is in the eye of the beholder?” Probably not.  There exists an entire 300-year old discipline in the humanities called “aesthetics,” which attempts to definite what […]

$10