Lectures, Exhibits, and Artists Showcases at Maine Media
There are always inspiring events featuring students, faculty, visitors, and friends of Maine Media Workshops + College that take place all year round, online and at our Maine campus. Join us for these exciting upcoming events and keep informed about all events at Maine Media by subscribing to our newsletter.
Alumni Lecture Series
Stimulating conversations and perspectives on a wide diversity of topics in photo, film, book arts, and writing. Maine Media faculty and alumni share their work and their wisdom shaping our visual culture and guest lecture appearances by leading experts bring additional perspectives. Free and open to the public!
Convening: A Critical Dialogue on the History and Future of Media Arts
Convening fosters an open dialogue among media artists, scholars and activists on media born artistic practices. It will explore the innovative practices and critical perspectives of photographers, filmmakers, printmakers and writers drawn from the long and dynamic history of media and art, through themes of history, representation, evidence, the archive, image making, identity, practice and presence.
Teju Cole Visit and Joyce Tenneson Visionary Award
Teju Cole will be joining us at Maine Media in Rockport for a series of special events including a public lecture, award reception, and a master class from August 12 -16. Teju Cole has been selected as the recipient of the 2021 Joyce Tenneson Visionary Award from Maine Media Workshops + College. The award recognizes and celebrates extraordinary contributions to the fields of visual, media and literary arts.
We are proud to present the Arnold Newman Master Lecture Series, sponsored by Bangor Savings Bank. Please join us on Monday and Tuesday evenings throughout the summer in the Rockport Opera House for talks by, and conversations between, some of the incredible artists who are teaching at Maine Media Workshops + College.
Professional Certificate in Visual Storytelling: Student Work Showcase 2020
This showcase demonstrates the exemplary work that is often created in the program. Looking at culture, society, autobiography, beauty and the environment; that is often what is cultivated in our students’ work each year. Each photographer is on a path and a journey toward technical accomplishment and personal growth. Digital printmaking and technique, historic 19th c. processes, multimedia and video storytelling, lighting, the history of photography, and professional development are all experienced and further supported by vigorous critiques. It’s a process and a philosophy that works – while we support each other in this dynamic journey looking for pictures and making short films.
Maine Media Workshops + College is committed to serve our community with a science-informed plan that we will be using to reduce the spread of disease, respond to incidents of Coronavirus infection and protect each other and our community.