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
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Noontime Art talk by Mark Melnicove, poet, writer, and director of Joy Glows Where Confusion Ends: A Film About, With, and Without Bern Porter (2010) Mark Melnicove, Bern Porter’s long-time publisher and performance art partner, will... more >
The Museum’s Student Advisory Board invites visitors of all ages to attend an opening reception and celebration of the exhibitions currents7: Elizabeth Atterbury, Terry Winters: Printed Matters, and Listen to this page. Works by Bern... more >
Visit our spring exhibitions during their final month on view and join us for community day. In addition to a free book-making workshop, small presses, poets and artists will have books on display, and for... more >
Adults and children of all ages are invited to the Museum to create visual poems using collage techniques pioneered by the artist Bern Porter whose artworks are featured in the concurrent exhibition Listen to this... more >