May 15, 2013

Art and Theater Listings

Classical music, theater, auditions, art museums and galleries

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Rob McFadyen as Hamlet in the David Davalos comedy “Wittenberg,” which concludes its run at Portland Stage Co. this weekend.

Aaron Flacke photo courtesy of Portland Stage Co.

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“Chesuncook Lake” by Philip Barter, from the exhibition of his work continuing through June at Gleason Fine Art in Portland.

Courtesy of Gleason Fine Art

Bowdoin College (Hawthorne Longfellow Library), Brunswick: "Bowdoin Boys in Blue (and Gray)," exhibition celebrating the sesquicentennial of the Civil War, through June 1. 725-3288.

Coleman Burke Gallery (Fort Andross), Brunswick: Aaron T. Stephan, "Paths," sculpture, through May 25.

Gallery Framing, Brunswick: "ATT: Art That Ticks," creative clocks by three artists, through May 30.

ICON Contemporary Art, Brunswick: James Marshall, paper bag sculptures, through May 25. 725-8157.

Curtis Memorial Library, Brunswick: Alan Sockloff, "Eastport to Bailey Island: Coastal Maine," silver gelatin photos, through May 23. 729-4007.

Markings Gallery, Bath: "Maine Artists -- Maine Weddings," clothing, jewelry, pottery, wall art and sculpture created by artists from Maine, and "Sculpture for the Garden," granite and metal garden sculptures by Obie Buell and Jim and Holly Galante, through June 30.

Pace Galleries, Fryeburg Academy: Mark Baum, "A Retrospective," paintings, through Saturday. 935-9232.

University of New England (Campus Center), Biddeford: Judith Logan, still lifes, through June 3.

York Public Library: Ron Crusan, "The American Way," mixed media created with found objects, through June 30. 363-2818.

York Art Association, York Harbor: Figurative show, through May 26.

Wells Public Library: Wyatt Barr, large-scale realistic portraits, through May 31. 646-8181.

Harlow Gallery, Hallowell: "Art2013," 18th annual Kennebec Valley Art Association juried show, through June 1.

Monkitree, Gardiner: Ken Gross, "Lost Maps of Nurembega," block prints, ink illustrations and watercolors, through May 25.

Kennebunk Free Library: Kennebunk High School student art show, through May 31. 985-2173.

Kittery Community Center: Suzie Goodwin, "Seacoast Reflections," photographs, through May 31.

Buoy Gallery, Kittery: Sarah Baldwin, "territory*decay," new media drawings focused on the coastal wetlands of southern Maine, through May 24.

Aarhus Gallery, Belfast: "Sublime Monotony," group show, through June 2.

Camden Public Library: Art quilts by Carrie Hedstrom, through May 31. 236-3440.

Savory Maine, Damariscotta: Judine French, watercolors, through June 11.

Stable Gallery, Damariscotta: "Here on Earth," paintings, ceramics, sculpture, prints, fiber arts and jewelry by Maine artists, through June 13.

University of Southern Maine (Atrium Art Gallery), Lewiston: "Pollination: Evolving Miracles," sculpture, paintings, drawings, prints, poems and video by 29 artists and scientists explore the intersection between flowering plants and their pollinators, through June 7. 753-6500.

Lyceum Gallery, Lewiston: "The Fantasy of Nature by Roderick Dew," intricate limited-edition prints; and "Time Will Tell," creative clocks by Timothy Pelletier, through June 7.

Prose Gallery, Lewiston: Paul Lewandowski, fashion designs, through Tuesday. 740-8800.

Harlow on the Circle Lobby Gallery, Augusta: "The Brother and Sister Exhibition: Frances and David Hodson," prints and photographs, through June 14.

Maine Art Gallery, Wiscasset: "Members Only," paintings, photos, fiber art, sculpture and more, through May 26. 882-7511.

Tidemark Gallery, Waldoboro: Jean Kigel, "The Floral Muse," Asian brush paintings and watercolors, through June 1.

Center for Furniture Craftsmanship, Rockport: Current student work, through May 29. 594-5611.

College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor: "Drawing Close: Face to Face Encounters," through Friday.

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