Stories:

  • NEWS
    Cultural Issues, Explored Through the Lens
    Peabody Museum of Archeology and Ethnology Curator of Visual Anthropology Ilisa Barbash presents documentary films and controversial museum images at College of the Atlantic and Reel Pizza Cinerama.
  • NEWS
    Photography Exhibit Occupies the Blum
    The Occupy Wall Street movement, as seen through the lens of photographer Brendon Stuart, is the subject of Project: The 99%, on exhibit at College of the Atlantic’s Ethel H. Blum Gallery.
  • NEWS
    Where Mountains Meet the Sea: June LaCombe SCULPTURE
    Acadia’s granite cliffs with vistas across Frenchman Bay serve as the powerful inspiration for an Acadia National Park Centennial sculpture exhibition featuring alumnus Miles Chapin ’10.

Events:

May 18th, 2018

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    Martín Espada will do a reading from a collection of his poetry on May 18, 2018 at College of the Atlantic.

    COA Diverse Voices Series: Martín Espada

    7:00pm, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center Poet, translator, and editor Martín Espada reads from his work and discusses his writing in a Q&A session. This free, all-ages event is part of the Bateau Press Reading Series.