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DOCUMENTARY SALON SERIES

Join us for a documentary series curated by filmmakers Michael Nickles and Julia Wall Nickles, with a Q&A following the screening:

FEB 18: STORIES WE TELL (2013, Sarah Polley) TICKETS
MARCH 18: KING OF KONG: A FISTFUL OF DOLLARS (2007 Seth Gordon)
APRIL 15: THE STONE READER (2003 Mark Moskowitz)
MAY 20: THE IMPOSTER (2013 Burt Layton)
JUNE 17: MAN ON WIRE (2005 James Marsh)
AUGUST 19: CHRONICLE OF A SUMMER ( 1961 Jean Roche)
SEPTEMBER 16: THE GLEANERS AND I (2000 Agnes Varda)
OCTOBER 21: GREY GARDENS (1975 Maysles)
NOVEMBER 18: CLOSE UP (1990 Abbas Kiarostami)
DECEMBER 16: HOOP DREAMS ( 1995 Steve James)

Thank you to Bangor Savings for support of our 2016 series.

PECHAKUCHA NIGHT RESCHEDULED TO FEBRUARY 1

AIA MAINE 2016 DESIGN AWARDS OPENS JAN. 27

Engine is pleased to be able to showcase the American Institute of Architects – Maine’s 2016 AIA Maine Biennial Design Awards. The exhibition is traveling throughout the state and makes a stop in Biddeford at Engine from January 27 through February 18.

A reception will be held on Friday, January 27 from 5-7pm.

Featuring over 60 projects from Maine’s local architectural community, the exhibit celebrates the best of Maine’s architecture and showcases the various ways in which architects design buildings that respond to Maine’s natural and built landscape.

The compilation of projects is a result of AIA Maine’s 35-year old Design Awards program. The program solicits projects from member architects for a juried review by a group of nationally prominent peers from outside of the state of Maine. This year’s New Haven-based jury was selected for their individual accomplishments and collective understanding of Maine’s climate and geography. The jury awarded 11 total projects and was impressed with the overall work presented.

About AIA Maine
AIA Maine is a state component of the American Institute of Architects. It is the mission of AIA Maine to support architects and architecture through leadership, advocacy, fellowship, and design excellence.

CALL FOR WORK: RUMPUS 2017

CALL FOR WORK RUMPUS 2017

It’s time for the 5th Annual RUMPUS!

You may submit two pieces this year, we’ll be using the front windows to allow for more space. You are required to complete this Artwork Intake form prior to dropping off work, or at the time of drop off online. We recommend completing this form beforehand as drop off days can be quite busy. Please print and attach a copy securely to the back of your artwork.

DROP OFF: Tuesday – Friday February 14 – 17 from 1-6PM. Saturday February 18 from 11am-4pm
OPENING: Friday February 24 from 5-7PM
SHOWING THROUGH: Saturday March 25
PICK UP: Tuesday – Friday March 28-31 from 1-6PM. Saturday April 1 from 11am-4pm

CALL FOR WORK: WINTER WONDERLAND 2017

CALL FOR WORK: WINTER WONDERLAND DUE BY JANUARY 27

OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, February 3 from 4-6pm
Exhibit runs through March 18.

We invite artists to submit work to the City of Biddeford’s annual non-juried Winter Wonderland exhibition.

Drop off your work at City Hall in Biddeford by FRIDAY JANUARY 27 by 5PM. Executive Assistant Andrea Fagan, at the office of the City Manager (first floor), will accept work between the hours of 8-5pm Monday through Friday until the deadline. Calls for information can be directed to this office at (207) 284-9313 as well.

You may submit up to 2 pieces no larger than 3′ x 3′. Each artist is required to complete an Artwork Intake form prior to dropping off work at City Hall. Please print and attach a copy securely to the back of your artwork.

Work MUST have picture hangers or wires attached in order to hang from a picture rail system. No nails can be put into the walls. Wires work best for hanging level. Work submitted without mounting hardware or wires will not be hung. Staff at City Hall will not be responsible for adding mounting hardware on your work. All work must have some type of mounting, we cannot accept works on paper without a backer board of some type. Please consult director@feedtheengine.org if you have questions about mounting your artwork.

City staff has the right to decline any work that does not comply with standards of ethics, not on its artistic merit.

As policy, pricing cannot be included on the artwork but contact info may be included for interested parties to contact the artist directly.

IMPORTANT DATES:
Drop off is between 8-5pm M-F before 5PM JANUARY 27
Opening reception is FRIDAY FEBRUARY 3 from 4-6pm in the City Hall Gallery on the first floor.
Work will be on display through March 18.
Pickup for work is before 5PM on March 24.

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