March 14, 2012

Art and Theater Listings

Classical music, dance, theater, auditions, art museums and galleries

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Organist Joan Lippincott performs at Tuesday’s Bach Birthday Bash with The Kotzschmar at Merrill Auditorium in Portland.

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Rose Contemporary in Portland shows works by members of Peregrine Press (including Kit Pike, shown), Zea Mays Printmaking and MECA through March 30.

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"Rabbit Hole," show dates are June 1-10, Community Little Theatre, Auburn. 6 p.m. Sunday and Tuesday.

"The Last Romance," casting two men and two women, City Theater, Biddeford. 6 p.m. Monday and Tuesday.



Portland Museum of Art: Youth Art Month exhibition, through April 1; "Making Faces: Photographic Portraits of Actors and Artists," photos of famous actors and artists plus works by the artists profiled, through April 8; "Edgar Degas: The Private Impressionist," more than 70 drawings, prints, pastels, photographs and sculptures, through May 28; Tanja Alexia Hollander: "Are You Really My Friend?" photographs of Facebook friends, through June 17.

Maine Historical Society Museum/Longfellow House, Portland: "Take to the Streets!" photography exhibit examining American protest movements, through March 31; "Dressing Up, Standing Out, Fitting In: Adornment & Identity in Maine," artifacts reveal the way Mainers dressed from the 18th to 20th centuries, through May 27.

Bowdoin College Museum of Art, Brunswick: "Insight Out: Exploring Gifts of Art from Private Collectors," contributions from private collectors since 1811, and "Intimations of Independence: The First 100 Years of American Portraiture," portraits of Thomas Jefferson, James Madison and more, both through April 15; "Motion and Emotion: Contemporary Art from Gerhard Richter to Chakaia Booker," through June 3; "Building a College Collection: Select Recent Acquisitions," more than 20,000 objects, and "Telephones," seven-minute compilation of Hollywood film clips, both through June 24.

Bowdoin College (Peary-MacMillan Arctic Museum), Brunswick: "In a State of Becoming," Inuit art from the collection of Rabbi Harry Sky, ongoing.

Maine Maritime Museum, Bath: "Port of Portland: A Ship-Shaped History," a look at Portland's past via the ships that sailed through the harbors, the city's shipping and ship-building industries, and more, through May 13.

Bates College (Olin Arts Center), Lewiston: "James Ensor: 'Scenes de la vie du Christ' and Other Works," lithographs, and "Xiaoze Xie: Amplified Moments," paintings, both through Sunday.

Dyer Library/Saco Museum: "Rugs All Marked Out: Biddeford's Edward S. Frost," celebration of 19th-century rug entrepreneur, and "Hooked Rugs of Artists from the Maine Tin Pedlar," both through March 24; wall sculptures by UNE Students made from repurposed materials and with a marine theme, through March 30. 283-3861.

Farnsworth Art Museum, Rockland: "The Art of the Book," focuses on the museum's collection of rare 19th- and 20th-century books, through April 1. 596-6457.

UMaine Museum of Art, Bangor: "The Moment: Paintings by Michael De Brito," Lori Nix: "The City," Brett Day Windham: "I Put a Spell on You" and George Terry: "Because You're Mine," all through March 24.

Abbe Museum, Bar Harbor: "Twisted Path II: Contemporary American Art Informed by Tradition," contemporary art show featuring native artists from the Northeast, through May; "Indians and Rusticators," through Dec. 29.



"Young at Art," showcase of K-8 graders' artwork, Harlow Gallery, Hallowell. Opening reception, 4 to 7 p.m. Friday. Through March 31.

"Works of Michael Ranucci," Lyceum Gallery, Lewiston. Gallery grand opening, 4:15 p.m. Friday.

Damariscotta Artist Penny Moodey, Savory Maine, Damariscotta. 563-2111. Opening reception, 3 to 5 p.m. Friday. Through April 16.


The Salt Exchange, Portland: "Reflections," sea-inspired oil paintings and metallic driftwood sculptures by Ellen Thayer, through April 30.

Coffee By Design (India Street), Portland: "Out of the Blue," group show by YES Art Works, through April 1.

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