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participating in the

2015 UMA Juried Art

Student Exhibition 


Elizabeth Archer  Jefferson, ME

Morgan Birtwell  Wayne, ME

Brenda Bolduc  Winslow, ME

Nicholas Bourque  Augusta, ME

Sarah Brunelle  Augusta, ME

Arielle Cousens  Augusta, ME

Judith DeMilo Brown  Belgrade, ME

Elise Faris  Richmond, ME

Eric Forrest  Augusta, ME

Steve Grondin  Etna, ME

Aylah Ireland  Bangor, ME

Karen Kelly-Philbrick  Belgrade, ME

Erica Kilde  Gardiner, ME

Jessica Koscinski  Leeds, ME

Holden Laplante  Augusta, ME

Michael Levey  Winthrop, ME

Kirsten MacDonald  Oakland, ME

Heather Marlow  Belfast, ME

Margaret Merrill  Bowdoinham, ME

Doreen Morgan  Augusta, ME

Jason Morgan  Readfield, ME

Melissa Oprendek  Waterville, ME

Megan Orr  Albion, ME

Clinton Pettengill  Winthrop, ME

Rachel Sloat  Boothbay, ME

Jessica Smith  Brunswick, ME

Emily Smithson  China, ME

Benjamin Stoodley  Augusta, ME

Isabella Ucci  Pittston, ME

Olivia Vanner  Washington, ME

Danielle Wadsworth  Lewiston, ME

Helen Wright  Gardiner, ME

2015 UMA 
Juried Art

Student Show

April 13- May 1, 2015
Opening Reception
Sunday, April 26th  3-5pm




The UMA Danforth Gallery is currently displaying the juried artwork of UMA students from the art program at the Annual Student Art Show until May 1st.. There will be a reception and awards ceremony on Sunday, April 26th from 3:00pm – 5:00pm. The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.

     The work of each artist, which includes photography, printmaking, painting, drawing, sculpture, electronic arts, graphic novel, and other mixed media, was completed by students to fulfill class assignments throughout the past year.      After careful consideration of each submission both in terms of technical execution and the ideas presented through the work, Honorary Jurors Deborah Fahy and Matt LeClair selected final pieces for the 2015 Juried Student Art Exhibition to reflect a broad range of media and topics while showcasing students at all stages in their academic development. They focused on work that was carefully crafted, thoughtfully developed and designed, and pieces that provoked a dialogue.

     The UMA art program offers a bachelors degree in studio art with concentrations in drawing, painting, sculpture, graphic design, printmaking, electronic arts, and photography.

     The Danforth Gallery is located in Jewett Hall on the UMA campus, it is open Monday through Thursday from 9am to 5pm, and on Fridays from 9am to 3pm.

     For more information about the exhibit or the program contact Assistant Professor Robert Rainey, director of the Danforth Gallery:


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