“The River” by Cig Harvey
“The River” by Cig Harvey
The Center for Maine Contemporary Art, located at 21 Winter Street in Rockland, will host four new exhibits this fall, from October 1 through January 9. An opening reception for all the exhibitions will be held on Saturday, October 2, from 4 to 6 p.m., preceded at 3:30 by an in-person gallery talk by artists Elizabeth Atterbury, Gordon Hall and Anna

Hepler. Exhibitor Ryan Adams and other artists will also be present at the reception.

On view will be two thematic group exhibitions: “Spatial Relations,” presenting new and recent sculptures by Elizabeth Atterbury, Gordon Hall and Anna Hepler, and “Into Action,” featuring photography and photo-based works by Cig Harvey, Julie Poitras Santos, Shoshanna White, Jennifer Calivas, Mark Dorf and Ray Ewing. Other exhibits will include a site-specific installation by Portland artist Ryan Adams, called “Lessons,” and a single-channel video installation, called “Absent,” by artist Hiraki Sawa.

All four exhibits are the first projects developed under the leadership of CMCA Executive Director and Chief Curator Timothy Peterson, who began his work at CMCA in January 2021.

For more information, visit cmcanow.org.