The Whitefield resident is the subject of a new documentary detailing her connection to nature, prolific career, and progressive political activities.
The dance company’s artistic and executive director on the ballet that hooked her and what it was like to stop dancing.
Daniel Anselmi and Marc Leavitt use their 1790 farmhouse as the backdrop for their artwork.
Maya Williams, the city’s youngest poet laureate, says “poetry is a way to feel less alone.”
Gracing the walls of Chase’s Daily, the artwork of Perimeter Gallery transforms daily routines into cultural experiences.
Featuring 25 Maine artists, this juried exhibition celebrates art and creativity in the Pine Street State.
Known for his large-scale public installations, Aaron T Stephan doesn’t want to create work that everyone likes.
Annika Earley, who manages Speedwell Projects in Portland, weaves folklore and magic into her artwork.
Rusty Lamer, who specializes in creating installations for kids, lends his whimsical designs to the museum’s new location.