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FIZIKS: Freakin’ Impossible Zonking In Kinetic Studies

FIZIKS: Freakin' Impossible Zonking In Kinetic Studies

January 16, 2016

Biddeford Campus Art Gallery

FIZIKS is the result of Bernard’s research, experimentation and collaboration with the physicists at Harvard University where she is the artist in residence. This solo exhibit includes polyhedron pattern paintings, an interactive grid and cube of oscillating balls that invite the viewer to engage their motion and crocheted hyperbolic planes made out of recycled bicycle […]

Ant Farm: at the Nexus of Art and Science: merging art and science through the visual exploration of leafcutter ants

Ant Farm: at the Nexus of Art and Science: merging art and science through the visual exploration of leafcutter ants

August 17, 2015 - December 18, 2015

Biddeford Campus Art Gallery

A Collaborative Exhibition by Dorothy Schwartz, Rebecca Goodale, Vivian Russe and Colleen Kinsella A collaboration of four printmakers, known as the Ant Girls, created this exhibit in a eusocial way to imitate the social structure of leaf cutting ants. The Ant Girls are four Maine-based artists working collaboratively to merge art and science through the visual […]

Focusing on Home and Beyond: The Photographs of Chansonetta Stanley Emmons, 1897‐1937

Focusing on Home and Beyond: The Photographs of Chansonetta Stanley Emmons, 1897‐1937

April 30, 2015 - August 19, 2015

Biddeford Campus Art Gallery

Throughout the late-nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Chansonetta Stanley Emmons (1858-1937) returned home to Kingfield, Maine, each summer to document the family homestead, rural life, traditional labor practices and the many pleasures of summer. Trained in drawing, painting, and as an art educator, Emmons gravitated toward photography when her twin brothers, F.E. and F.O. Stanley, […]

Write Again Soon: Letters from World War II

Write Again Soon: Letters from World War II

December 4, 2014 - April 15, 2015

Biddeford Campus Art Gallery

An exhibit created by UNE undergraduate history students opened at the Biddeford Campus’ Jack S. Ketchum Library on December 4, 2014. The exhibit features images and letters from World War II, with interpretive text researched and written by students. It encompasses three different themes: The Homefront; Frontlines; and Romance and relationships in WWII. Students researched primary […]

The Maine Artist’s Animals: Bernard Langlais at UNE

The Maine Artist’s Animals: Bernard Langlais at UNE

September 15, 2014 - December 2, 2014

Biddeford Campus Art Gallery

The Maine Artist’s Animals gathered paintings, drawings and sculptures that together highlight a powerful concern in his work: how to explore the aesthetics of form through animal representation. Whether in paint, pencil or pen as well as with paper, formica, wood and nails, the artworks chosen here from the Kohler Foundation’s 2014 gift to UNE’s permanent […]