So, what’s The Chart really about? The story of the birth of The Chart. by Ashleigh Burskey
An intro to a serial involving Maine art and: New York art world centrism, geopolitical economy, regional identity, gentrification, and the (d)evolution of the scene. by Mariah Bergeron
Annika Earley talks to MYFAWNWY’s Maisie Broome about camouflage, ritual, and creating a body of work completely off the grid.
The creative community doesn’t just exist in bigger cities — and in a small village, the work might even have a bigger impact. by Marques Bostic
Participant-made maps at the Institute for American Art in Portland, Maine, start to reveal different cultural understandings. by Chris Stiegler
As the subject of children and parenting becomes more prevalent in global contemporary discourse and in academia, is Maine’s creative economy prepared to encourage and support women artists with families? by Alana Dao
A pair of shows at the Bowdoin College Museum of Art trace our understanding of night from the mid-19th century to the present day. by Skye Priestley
Engine blends disciplines in Ode to Letters. by Ian Carlsen
Toni Jo Coppa’s strange menagerie of unnatural history is at home in Hinckley’s LC Bates Museum. by Jacob Fall.
Genevieve Johnson + Douglas W. Milliken’s The Royal Open. documented by Jenna Crowder