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The Arts Features
- War of Words
UMaine English professor provides a new view on Emily Dickinson’s Civil War-era poetry
- The Art of War
UMaine, Bangor libraries collaborate to bring poster collection into the spotlight
- Sculpting a Life
Ceramicist Constant Albertson uses her art to fill the void left by her mother’s death
- Made in China
UMaine art professor works to make the country’s cultural life accessible to a Western audience
- The Taste of Others
Many food films subvert the diversity messages they appear to promote.
- [New] Media Savvy
The definition of new media varies depending on whom you ask. But that's part of the appeal. It's new. It's constantly in flux. And University of Maine students and faculty define and redefine the term daily.
- Carved in Stone
When Brian Robinson was tapped to assist the Passamaquoddy Tribe in its nationally funded project to document and preserve the ancient petroglyphs in Machias Bay, UMaine students got a unique opportunity to learn in the context of Native values and interests.
- Natural Instinct
For a quarter-century, the fragility of the environment, whether natural, constructed, external or internal, has been a consistent and rather elusive subject in Susan Groce's art.
- Searching for Utopia
Naomi Jacobs' worldview has been shaped by her research in utopian studies, a field that has grown from relative obscurity to a broad examination of philosophy, popular culture, technology, communication and politics.
- Degenerate Musik
Pianist Phillip Silver has devoted his music and scholarship to ensuring that the world hears the voices of the composers the Nazi regime attempted to silence.
- The Big Picture
In many ways, the permanent collection of the UMaine Museum of Art is a who's who of American — and, more recently, international — art. Tour a selection of staff favorites from the nearly 7,000-piece collection.