The Center for Maine Contemporary Art has been supporting, exhibiting, and sustaining arts and artists with ties to Maine since its founding in 1952, when it was a cooperative known as Maine Coast Artists. Traditionally an exhibiting organization, it holds no permanent collection.
Relocated to downtown Rockland, into a new glass-enclosed space with a corrugated metal exterior, that takes advantage of Maine’s legendary light. The Center for Maine Contemporary Art showcases the work of contemporary painters, sculptors, and photographers working in Maine.
Schedule of exhibitions, on now and upcoming
Work in all mediums presents a snapshot of Maine’s vibrant contemporary art scene
Works inspire awareness and response when overwhelming environmental data has failed to motivate Artists present evidence of the undeniable impact of climate change on the fragile Arctic and Antarctic
Exhibition of the artist team's installation created during their 2018 Fellowship