Portland, Maine 04101 United States
BEGIN AGAIN EXHIBITION: Open May 27 through December 31, 2021.
The exhibition in our Portland gallery invites the public to re-evaluate ideas, items, and policies of the past 500 years, and an entrenched system which has led to today’s civil, economic and environmental upheaval. Designed to engage visitors in a unique spatial experience, the exhibition provides a framework to consider perspectives other than the dominant narrative, and envision a more inclusive and equitable future for all Maine’s residents.
BEGIN AGAIN VIRTUAL PROGRAM SERIES: May 12 through December 2021
This outstanding series offers the opportunity to engage with dynamic scholars, historians, community leaders, writers, and fellow citizens. The series opens May 12 with a co-curator panel talk on the exhibition. Featured presenters in the seven-month series include Dr. Eddie Glaude, Jr., noted author and MSNBC contributor; Dr. Andrea Louie, cultural anthropologist; Dr. Darren Ranco, (Penobscot) University of Maine Professor, Chair of Native American Programs; and Edward Ball, author. Unless otherwise noted, programs are free and open to the public, and air via Zoom 6:00 to 7:00 pm ET.