2010 timeline

Board members in 2010: Paul Philbrick (president), Michael Hudak (vice president & chair exhibitions committee), Jamie Ribisi-Braley (secretary), Karen Johnson (treasurer),   Annie Reiter ( interim president, chair development committee), Larry Brown, David Keef (building committee chair), Peggy Siegel

Paid Staff: Deborah Fahy (executive director), Nancy Barron (assistant director), Nancy Bixler (bookkeeper), Kelly Herlihy (administrative assistant), Melissa Hunnibel, Karen Kelly-Philbrick (gallery sitters)

Interns:  Marie Giguere, Clayton Zoe Fisk

Key Volunteers: Keith Peters (newsletter editor), Joe Klofas (figure drawing coordinator), Karen Fisk, Teresa Zardus (ArtTalk coordinators), Daryl Shaw (development committee, graphic design), Michele DeBruin (development committee). Annie Reiter (chair, development committee), Michael Hudak (chair, exhibition committee)

December 2010 – 8x10x80 year 4, followed by Members’ Holiday Art Show & Sale into January 2011

November 2010 — Art of Duality: Hunger|Sated  one of three exhibitions in the community focusing on issues of hunger.  Exhibition also at Charles Danforth Gallery and UMA and at Circling the Square in Gardiner.

October 2010 — Raising Two White Boys in the South, an installation by Michael Dickins and Dawn Martin Dickins

September 2010 — One of a Kind—Monotype the Unique Print  – Claudia Brahms of Hallowell, Robin Brooks of Topsham, Corliss Chastain of Portland (formerly Hallowell), Christine J. Higgins of Readfield, Marguerite Ogden of Hallowell, and Kris Sader of Orono

August 2010 — Antique & Vintage Art Show & Sale

August 2010 — Architect as Artist/Artist as Architect: Jennifer Claster, Michele Gutlove, Ruthanne Harrison, Brian Kent, Solvejg Jorgensen Makaretz, Kevin Moquin, John Ossie, Roger Richmond and Robert Sherman

July 2010 — Summer Member’s Show

June 2010 — Carlton Plummer Retrospective

May 2010 — Art2010 15th annual juried art show: with juror Robert Lash with curatorial consultant Kirsten Gilg

April 2010 — Eternal Whispers: Petrea Noyes of Brooks, and Lynne Joddrell Baggett of Steuben

March 2010 — Young at Art K-8 and A Matter of Conscience: a juried sculpture show for Maine high school aged artists

February 2010 — Higher Forms of Art

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