RUNS IN THE FAMILY Three generations of a family cook PolishPierogis together: Jadwiga lutostanska, Ania Johnston and Izabela Lutostanksa.
Plans to expand and to improve Portland's Grime Studios are that much closer to becoming a reality, by virtue of a recent endowment that will go toward reconciling the biggest challenge facing local artists: finding affordable, accessible and accommodating workspaces.
The more strikingly sublime things begin to look, the more tragic the realities of adulthood come to be realized. And yet Neptune, the newest film from local production company Last House Productions, premiering in Portland on Thursday, highlights the luminous possibilities that can blossom …
A spontaneous gallery show at Engine, in Biddeford, offers a glimpse into work created by former students of SALT Institute for Documentary Studies, including a series of photographs documenting self and other in the rural Maine landscape.
Exploring how to foster individuality within a collective identity and how to turn trauma into new beginnings in Portland's unique multicultural community lies at at the heart of Constructing Identity; a multifaceted exhibit opening Wednesday, April 15 at USM's AREA Gallery in Portland.
Coming to the Portland Museum of Art this weekend is Brahmin Bulls: a Maine filmmaker's well-designed exploration of what it's like to be young, full of potential, yet struggling to find a personal stake in family and career.
On Monday, local burlesque troupe The Sleekeasy Sisters offer audiences the chance to engage with highbrow body politics, and the tongue-in-cheek thrills of a variety show at SPACE Gallery.