IMFA Faculty Member Amy Stacey Curtis Biennial Opens Oct. 6

Amy Stacey Curtis’ seventh solo-biennial exhibit of interactive installation

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October 6-26, 2012

Winthrop Commerce Center (former Carleton Woolen Mill), 149 Main Street, Winthrop, Maine

Opening: Saturday, October 6, 2-5pm

October 7-26: Everyday 12-5pm

Suggested donation $5. Please bring cell phone (set to vibrate). Enter/participate at own risk. Not appropriate for small children; vulnerable elements. For more information including accessibility, restrooms, parking, and direction to space within mill:

SPACE is funded in part by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, an independent state agency supported by the National Endowment for the Arts. SPACE is supported by a grant from the Artists’ Resource Trust, an Emergency Grant from the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, and is funded in part by and in collaboration with the University of New England Art Gallery’s Contemporary Maine Women Art Pioneers Program, with a grant from the Quimby Family Foundation. SPACE is sponsored by Winthrop Commerce Center and Lakeside Motel & Cabins.