Co-curated by Scout Curtin
June 15-September 23, 2022
Examining the ways in which traditional women’s work and home economics are subverted, challenged, and celebrated by the visual artist, this exhibit, co-curated by New York painter Scout Curtin, will also look at the history of the region including the former Shaker village in Alfred, Maine and other Shaker sites. Reciprocal programming with Engine in downtown Biddeford will extend the conversation. Featuring the work of Chrystina Gastelum, Lesia Sochor, Scout Curtin, and Mark Mulholland.