Sunday, April 20, 2014
Pilobolus will present works developed over its 43-year history.
She says the papers of the best-selling author belong in his hometown of Westbrook.
The money comes from the National Endowment for the Arts, which handed out $107,500 in Portland.
The collective Running With Scissors meets its goals with a larger, well-equipped building that provides workspace for about 75 artists.
The operetta, having its English premiere here, illuminates women’s lives in a German concentration camp.
The annual exhibition at Center for Maine Contemporary Art will take place from Sept. 27 to Dec. 7.
The songwriter and best-selling author will address students at the May 10 commencements.
In his new volume of poems the Haystack director travels far in a few lines.
Portland Chamber Music Festival will perform Josh Newton’s piece in August.
When Mark O’Connor’s instrument shattered, he asked Jonathan Cooper to fix it.