\n\nOn Tuesday, viagra buy here March 22 at 7p.m. Gaelyn and Gustavo Aguilar, viagra sale as co-facilitators\n\nof Tug, will present their latest project, Who Eats at Taco Bell? at the IMRC\n\nCenter as a part of Tuesdays at the IMRC, the UMaine Intermedia MFA visiting\n\nartist lecture series. Who Eats at Taco Bell? is a socially-engaged-art platform for\n\nthinking about how the interlocking dynamics of immigration, social race, and\n\ncolonialism in U.S. American history continue to resonate with personal and\n\npolitical notions of movement, belonging, and identity. Their goal: to create space\n\nfor discussion around immigration integration and cultural citizenship. The project\n\nwill take the couple on a 3-month journey on the Lewis and Clark Trail this\n\nsummer with a taco bike/cart as the U.S. Presidential Election approaches. They\n\nwill make tacos for those they encounter, inviting participants to engage with their\n\nmulti-sensorial/multimedia installation. They state that this is in “an effort to seed\n\nand extend conversations about what it means to inhabit a place, at this particular\n\npoint in time.” This presentation is free and open to the public.\n\nTogether the couple co-facilitate Tug, a collective focused on interdisciplinary\n\nre/search, new forms of contemporary social practice, and participatory, problem-\n\nbased interventions that tackle the cultural politics of border regions in North\n\nAmerica. To learn more about the Aguilars’ and their work, visit\n\nhttp://www.tugcollective.org.\n\nTuesdays at the IMRC is sponsored by the UMaine Intermedia MFA and New\n\nMedia Departments, the UMaine Cultural Affairs/Distinguished Lecture Series, the\n\nSkowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and the Correll Professorship in New\n\nMedia. Visit http://www.intermediamfa.org for more information.
- Book Launch, Talk and Signing — Ellsworth Courthouse Gallery Fine Art is pleased host the launch of Philip Barter: Forever Maine by Carl Little, a new book published by Marshall Wilkes on the work and career of painter Philip Barter. The launch will be held at the gallery on Wednesday, July 12 from 4:00–7pm, in conjunction with a solo exhibition of Barter’s recent work, which runs through July 20. The book launch consist of a [...]
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- University of Maine at Farmington Ar... — The University of Maine at Farmington invites emerging artists to submit artwork for the Spring 2018 Art on Campus series. UMF seeks 2D and 3D artworks that explore and engage with contemporary issues and ideas. Work will be displayed throughout the university’s campus. Selected artists will be invited to present an artist talk to the [...]
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- POW! A Juried Art Show — HALLOWELL, MAINE — The Harlow Gallery invites artists working in the comic book industry and artists inspired by comic book art and themes to submit work to be considered for POW!, a juried art show on view September 8 through October 21, 2017 . The deadline for email submissions is August 1, 2017 by 11pm. [...]