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Stories:

  • NEWS
    Artist Fuses Her Dreams into Taxidermy as Art [PenBay Pilot]
    Alexandrea Farquhar ’19 designs and constructs “Post-Morphean Dream Work” an art exhibit featuring her love for non-traditional, ethically sourced taxidermy.
  • NEWS
    Islands Through Time Program Sets Sail
    A select group of high school students will spend two-weeks exploring the Maine coast this summer through the lenses of art, science, and the humanities with College of the Atlantic’s distinctive pre-college experience, Islands Through Time. Apply now!
  • NEWS
    Epitomizing DIY: How a Zine Collection Began at College of the Atlantic
    Even Jasmine Bourgeois ’17, the New Hampshire native who started College of the Atlantic’s zine collection, hadn’t heard the term until her sophomore year, when she stumbled upon zines while working on an independent study about underground feminist art. But as Jane Hultberg, the director of the Thorndike Library says, “anyone who creates a zine is ‘transforming thought into action to make a difference in the world,’” and as such, Bourgeois had found a medium that is right at home at COA.

Events:

May 22nd, 2019

May 23rd, 2019

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    Artist Alexis Rockman joins the Seminar in Climate Change 2019 Speaker Series May 23

    The Struggle to Picture the Unimaginable

    4:10pm, McCormick Lecture Hall Artist Alexis Rockman, known for his pioneering visual work on climate change, joins the College of the Atlantic Seminar on Climate Change 2019 Speaker Series to discuss his artistic process. The talk is cosponsored by the Robert P. and Arlene Kogod Visiting Artist Fund.