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Time-Lag Records Listening Room at ICA at MECA

Posted: 2011-10-12

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The ICA at MECA has converted the front gallery into a Time-Lag Records Listening Room from October 12-26. An opening reception will take place on Thursday, October 13th from 6 to 8pm with live music from 8-9:30pm with Prisma, Phantom Buffalo, and Big Blood.

Located in Portland, Time-Lag Records is an independent label that started in 2000, with a focus on vinyl releases that combine the highest possible quality production with an emphasis on the aesthetic of the object itself, and a deep love of interesting, unusual, and undiscovered music, both new and old. Come explore their full archive of vinyl artifacts and cds, as well as a 10+ year collection of poster art from concerts – all from the comfort of couches lining the gallery.

MECA Alum Wins Pollack Krasner Foundation Grant

Posted: 2011-10-12

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Ceramics alum Greg Giegucz '97 was awarded a Pollock Krasner Foundation Grant. The grant extends for one year and will be used to develop new drawings and paintings for a solo exhibition at Big Bunny Fine Art in April 2012 which will coincide with the New Orleans Jazz Fest. Giegucz shared the news with MECA and said, "I am so grateful and proud of the many positive life changing experiences at MECA. I continue to carry the fondest memories of Maine."

Book club with Chris Thompson's "Felt"

Posted: 2011-10-12

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 The Maine Arts Commission, the Maine Writers and Publishers Alliance and Artists in Context present a OneBook Club event featuring the book "Felt: Fluxus, Joseph Beuys, and the Dalai Lama" by MECA faculty member Chris Thompson. Read the book, and then join the author and your community of fellow readers for a discussion. The event takes place on  Thursday, October 27 from 7pm to 9pm at the  Frontier Cafe in Brunswick.

"Felt" centers on a highly publicized yet famously inconclusive 1982 meeting between German artist Joseph Beuys and the Dalai Lama. Thompson—an associate professor of art history at Maine College of Art in Portland—explores the interconnections among Beuys, the Fluxus movement, and Eastern philosophy and spiritual practice.