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Four Faculty Exhibit at UMA

Four Faculty Exhibit at UMA

At the Charles Danforth Gallery
Jewett Hall, University of Maine at Augusta
September 4-27, 2018
Events throughout September to recognize faculty


The artful legacy of four retired or soon-to-be retiring UMA faculty is on display at the Danforth Gallery on the UMA Augusta campus from September 4th -27th.

Professors of art and architecture, Karen Adrienne, Jere DeWaters, Roger Richmond, and Brooks Stoddard have brought their talents and dedication to UMA for years, fueling thousands of students with a creative passion and new understanding of the natural and man-made art forms that exist around us. The show features the four faculty’s personal work, including printmaking, photography, stained glass, 3-D slideshows, and archaeological digs.

Events scheduled to celebrate these faculty members include a series of Pot-luck Talks where the faculty members will discuss their artwork. Additionally, a dinner reception on Thursday, September 20th at 6:00pm. will honor all four. These events are hosted by the UMA Art Club, CAUSE (Community of Artists for UMA Social Empowerment), and are scheduled as follows:

CAUSE Pot-luck Talks (in the Danforth Gallery)

Tuesday, September 11, 11:30am-12:30pm., Jere DeWaters, Instructor in Photography, will discuss his photography.

Tuesday, September 18, 11:30am-12:30pm., Karen Adrienne, Professor of Art will discuss her printmaking.

Tuesday, September 25, 11:30am-1:00pm, Roger Richmond, Professor Emeritus of Architecture will present a 3-D slideshow.

Retirement Reception and Dinner in the Danforth Gallery

Thursday, September 20

Public Reception – 5:00-6:00 pm

Sit-down Dinner – 6:00-8:00 pm (Ticket required), at this event Brooks Stoddard, Professor of Art History will discuss his archaeological digs and there will be brief presentations from all honorees of their work.

Tickets available at www.UMABookstore.com (click on Danforth tab). $20; $10 with a student ID.

  • Brooks Stoddard at Psalmodi dig.
    Brooks Stoddard at Psalmodi dig.

Media Contact:

Susan Bickford
Gallery Director
sbickford@maine.edu