The Museum is wheelchair accessible through the North and South entrances of the Bixler Art and Music Center. If you would like the Museum to provide a wheelchair for your use, contact us at 207-859-5610
We're Closer than You Think!
How long does it take to drive to the Colby Museum from these popular destinations?
Arnold Chang is a world-renowned artist, art historian, appraiser, and connoisseur who has taught and written extensively about Chinese painting. He served as Director of the Chinese Paintings Department at Sotheby’s and was a specialist... more >
Artist and educator Luis Camnitzer, whose conceptual artwork, The Museum Is a School, occupies the façade of the Alfond-Lunder Family Pavilion, will combine a personal reflection on revolution with a prescription for renewal without complacency... more >
Guatemalan performance artist and poet Regina José Galindo is bringing her deeply moving and transformative artwork to Colby. She has gained international fame for dramatic works highlighting dictatorship, torture, and the sexual abuse of women.... more >
Through her art and architecture, Maya Lin explores landscape as a reflection of time, history, and memory. In this lecture organized in conjunction with Colby College’s 2015–16 humanities theme, Human/Nature, Lin will speak about her work and What... more >
Based on historical and personal photographs, Jen Casad’s meticulous graphite drawings capture the working culture of Maine’s fishing industry, a life she knows well through her own work as a clam digger. Organized in conjunction... more >
Jackie Brown’s primary focus is sculpture installation. She works to create immersive environments that invite the viewer into imagined biological systems, where it’s often ambiguous whether the forms are benign or toxic. An important undercurrent... more >