MICA 2016

 

MICA is held every two years in a different location.
The next conference will be September 27-28, 2018 in Portland.

MICA 2016: See what you missed!

Videos, speeches, and conference materials are now available. The 2016 Maine International Conference on the Arts (MICA) was held in Lewiston/Auburn at multiple venues. The twin cities of Lewiston/Auburn, Maine’s second largest urban area, are where the rivers of Creativity, Industry, Art and Innovation have historically and powerfully converged

Post-Conference Assets, Photos, Recordings 

 

 

 

 

The most recent MICA was held THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6 and FRIDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2016 in Lewiston Auburn.

The opening keynote was delivered by poet and Bates College VP of the Office of Diversity Crystal Williams on "Practical Approaches to Creating Impact: Getting to Cultural Equity,"

See the links below for what you missed--and be sure you are registered to receive our monthly e-newsletter for information on MICA 2018: Portland in September 2018 on the campus of the University of Southern Maine.

 

       
Keynotes  Workshops  Performances  Community 

 

 

For more information contact 207-287-2724 or moc.straeniam@ofni 

  

 

Calendar

Tue, Jun 19   Lewiston, ME
Museum L-A's Peter, Paul and Noel: Why Lewiston's Basilica is Bent Lecture View »
Wed, Jun 20   Winter Harbor, ME
Schoodic Institute Lecture: Art of Acadia – Presented by Author Carl Little - June 20 View »
Fri, Jun 22 - Sat, Jun 23   Harpswell, ME
International Artist Hilmar Gottesthal Exhibit & Benefit Event View »
 

Maine Arts Commission News

MECA to get $40K grant for migration-themed exhibition View »
Maine included in National Center for Creative Aging EngAGE Initiative View »
Deering High School Student Allan Monga named Maine Poetry Out Loud State Champion View »
 

Press Release

Littlefield Gallery named Readers' Choice Award by Down East Magazine View »
Opening reception for a major exhibition of Barbara Prey paintings of Maine at the Wendell Gilley Mu View »
Maine Potters Market Features New Work by Cathy Hammond View »