“We might climb a tree, at least.” H. D. Thoreau Exhibition
The portfolio/exhibition celebrates artists who are inspired by Thoreau and his interest in conservation and the transcendental movement. Many photographers and works have been chosen because of a sensitivity/kinship to these ideals.
Osher Map Library in DownEast Magazine
Kristen Gwinn-Becker and her team of 30-plus historians, archivists, and technologists are rescuing history by bringing it into the digital realm, one irreplaceable archive at a time.
New Center for Collaboration and Development Space in Gorham
Center for Collaboration and Development space in Gorham is now available.
Exhibit: Meggan Gould: Bureau of Visual Instruction
The Bureau of Visual Instruction is an ongoing body of work, an open-ended dissection of the fluidity of photographic vision.
USM’s Osher Map Library unveils new website and cutting edge search technology
USM's Osher Map Library and Smith Center for Cartographic Education hopes to reach out to a wider digital audience with a new website and embedded data aimed at drawing more students, researchers, historians and artists into its unique collection.
Exhibit: Timeworn - The Art of Architecture in Decline
Exhibit: "Timeworn - The Art of Architecture in Decline" May 27, 2017 through August 12, 2017 Meet the Artists Reception, Sunday, June 25th 3pm-6pm, 7th Floor Events Room
Maine Museum of Photographic Arts presents Joyce Tenneson’s Maine: Gold Trees
USM Libraries and Maine Museum of Photographic Arts present: Joyce Tenneson's Maine: Gold Trees Exhibit Dates Monday, January 30, 2017 - Tuesday, May 30, 2017
BrowZine.com now available for easy access to scholarly journals
USM Libraries is pleased to announce a new graphical way to manage and access your favorite journals with BrowZIne, a journal engagement platform. Try it here
Gail Skudera WOVEN
USM Libraries and Maine Museum of Photographic Arts (MMPA) present Gail Skudera's exhibit, W O V E N October 3, 2016 - December 30, 2016, Opening Reception October 27, 6pm - 8pm, Conversation with Gail Skudera December 1, 6pm - 8pm, USM Glickman Library, Portland Campus.
Film: BLACK MEMORABILIA (Work-In-Progress screening)
At the intersection of international commerce, racial identity, and historical narrative, BLACK MEMORABILIA follows the propagation of demeaning representations of African Americans.