USM Art Department

MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - 40" inch or larger projects by advanced ceramic students Pheobe Crockett, Patience Bryant, and Branden Sy.
40" and larger ceramic pieces by the Advanced Ceramics class
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Coil collections created by Courtney Levy, Aaron Bengtson, Nicole Downing, and Elina Sayers.
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Coil pot created by Barbora Mensik
Intro to Ceramics coil pot created by Barbora Mensik
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Slab contours by Angel Simoneau (left back), Nicole Downing (left front), Liza Stratton (middle), and Jodi Locke (right).
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS -  Slab contours by Angel Simoneau (left back), Nicole Downing (left front), Liza Stratton (middle), and Jodi Locke (right).
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Jes Lynch working on her slab contour piece.
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Collections of work by Jenny Whitney and Sarah Walsh
Ceramics Collections by Jenny Whitney and Sarah Walsh
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Assorted Raku
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT:  CERAMICS - Assorted Raku
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Personal Symbols
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT:  CERAMICS - Personal Symbols
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Kiln Room
MONTHYLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT:  CERAMICS - Kiln Room
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT: CERAMICS - Bowls with 2-D Design by Courtney Levy, Elina Sayers, and Jes Lynch
MONTHLY DISCIPLINE HIGHLIGHT:  CERAMICS - Bowls with 2-D Design
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Jodi Locke's "Memory Lane" selected for the Portland Press Herald photo contest.
Jodi Locke's "Memory Lane" was selected for the Portland Press Herald photo contest and shown along with the Photos of the Year exhibition at the Portland Public Library.
ARTtronics
In January 2015, a group of 15 Casco Bay High School students spent a week working in USM’s CI2 lab (Creative Intelligence, Innovation, Collaboration) and at Portland’s Oak Street Studios to create interactive sculptures that integrate technology and art. This project entitled “ARTtronics” is part of the ongoing arts-based curriculum, facilitated by Sidexside and USM art education.
Scott Minzy, Hurts Less to Hurt More
The exhibition includes sculpture, installation, digital works, painting, prints, and ceramic pieces by 10 USM art faculty and 10 alumni with whom the faculty have chosen to exhibit.

USM Art Education

ARTtronics with Casco Bay High School

USM art faculty, students, and interns work with arts-based non-profits to implement art education initiatives in local schools.

USM FACULTY & ALUMNI INVITATIONAL

Sarah Baldwin, waves_Lake Kezar

January 22-March 1

Art Gallery, Gorham Campus

Free and open to the public.

Above: Sarah Baldwin '11, waves_Lake Kezar

Visiting Artists Talk: tectonic industries

tectonic industries

Friday, March 6 at noon

Burnham Lounge, USM Gorham campus

Free and open to the public

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