• NEWS
    Artist Residency Program Takes Flight
    Renowned video artists Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley are the inaugural College of the Atlantic Kippy Stroud Artists-in-Residence. They’ll spend a month in the COA Ethel H. Blum Gallery exploring new and future work and welcoming the community into their process.
  • NEWS
    Such Strange Eyes [Downeast Magazine]
    The Strange Eyes of Dr. Myes, the Gotham Award-winning experimental short-form series created by COA film professor Nancy Andrews, avoids easy categorization, incorporating elements of sci-fi, musical, and afro-futurism.
  • NEWS
    The Questions We Ask

    COA’s mission is to inquire, to delve, to care, to create. These are not just words on paper. They flourish within the hearts and minds of every member of the COA community. We asked several members of the COA faculty what questions they asked. Here are their responses.


August 22nd, 2019

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    Terry Tempest Williams

    Americans Who Tell the Truth

    5:00pm, College of the Atlantic Ethel H. Blum Gallery Painter Robert Shetterly’s portraits and narratives highlight citizens who courageously address issues of social, environmental, and economic fairness. A selection of his work is featured in the Blum Gallery from July 2–August 31. Join Shetterly for the closing reception of the show on August 22. 

September 17th, 2019

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    Still from "In The Body of the Sturgeon" (2017), by Mary Reid Kelley and Patrick Kelley.

    Kippy Stroud Artist Residency Public Lecture

    6:00pm, Thomas S. Gates, Jr. Community Center The inaugural guests of the College of the Atlantic Kippy Stroud Artist-in-Residence Program screen their video work and discuss their artistic process at the first College of the Atlantic Human Ecology Forum of the fall term.