Maine Jewish Museum, 267 Congress Street in Portland, will open “Randy Fein: Forty Years in Maine — Finding Her Way with Clay” and two other exhibits in the museum’s Spiegel Gallery with an artists’ reception on Thursday, March 9, from 5 to 7 p.m. Fein, who has a studio in Camden, is a professional ceramic sculptor and potter, and the retrospective presents a range of sculptures from her personal collection as well as from private and public collections. Her public art commissions include 17 large-scale ceramic relief tile installations in Maine and Vermont, and she has led mural-building workshops in more than 100 Maine public schools. The other two exhibits opening that evening are “Life: Some Assembly Required, Scaintings by Mirlea Saks” and “Photographs of Portland” by Jan Pieter van Voorst van Beest. All three shows will continue through April 30. For more information, visit