Maine Arts Resources

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In addition to professional development, convenings, and grant and technical support, the Commission seeks to support Maine’s arts and cultural sectors by providing access to a wide variety of supporting resources.

Included in this section you’ll find everything from our list of visual art appraisers and conservators to links to teaching artist rosters, data studies, webinars, and other “how to’s” to support your work in advancing your own art or that of a nonprofit organization in your community.

  • To better leverage investment in the arts and cultural sectors, the Arts Commission is active in collecting and encouraging the collection and use of economic impact data.
  • The Arts Commission is proud to collaborate with the Maine Office of Tourism to promote the field's cultural tourism growth and efforts, advancing this priority area of the Commission's cultural plan. 
  • The Commission's cultural plan also prioritizes arts education. We are pleased to offer as resources teaching artist rosters for both schools and Creative Aging projects that advance this area.
  • To increase the capacity of the field, the Commission offers a curated selection of webinars and reports for your review and useage.

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Calendar

Wed, Apr 8   Rockland, ME
Music@Noon: Cela & Lopez View »
Tue, Apr 14   Rockland, ME
Morrison Reads New Poetry Collection, Blue View »
Thu, Apr 16   Portland, ME
Yevgeniya Kaganovich: Artist Lecture View »
 

Maine Arts Commission News

2020 Maine Arts Commission Meetings View »
Maine Arts Commission Names State‚Äôs Top 10 Poetry Out Loud Finalists View »
Announcing the 2020 Cabin Fever Film Fest! View »
 

Press Release

Top consignor offers free market for Maine artists View »
$100 for 100 Words 2020 View »
Maine Arts & Culture Sector Can Prepare for the Caronavirus View »