Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA), 21 Winter Street, Rockland, invites the public to attend the first in a series of Sunday Salon gallery talks related to the exhibition “Temporality: The Process of Time,” on Sunday, November 24, at 3 p.m. Presenters will include exhibiting artists Astrid Bowlby, Amy Stacey Curtis, Carly Glovinski and Deborah Wing-Sproul. Each artist will share images and discuss how they use time as a material in their work.

Exploring ideas of repetition, duration and process, the exhibition looks at how contemporary artists are using time as a means of making. The exhibition explores the questions “What is time” and “How do we measure and give value to it?” In a society that is constantly on the move, the artists are asking viewers to slow down and consider the relevance of time as material. 

Sunday Salons are free to CMCA members; others may attend for the price of museum admission. Participants are encouraged to stay following the talk for refreshments and further discussion. The next Sunday Salon in the series will take place on January 26. For more information, visit cmcanow.org.