Tides Institute Online

As a response to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on our public programming, the Tides Institute & Museum of Art is introducing new online cultural resources and links to videos and online publications. We will continue to add to these offerings and share new ways of viewing collections, participating in programs and initiatives through online, and physically distant methods. Please check back for new releases!

EXHIBITIONS

Our Collections Online provides access to 2,000 artifacts from our extensive collections including online exhibitions such as:

The Lithographs of Stow Wengenroth; the

Photographs of George Daniell of Grand Manan herring fisheries

Passamaquoddy Basketry

VIDEOS

Links include videos of installations at our North Church Project Space and others:

Video of North Church installation ”Undertow” by artist, Anna Hepler

Video of North Church installation “Sardinia” by artist, Janice Wright Cheney

Video “Hummingbird” by Will Rose

One of several short film animations created while British artist Will Rose participated in our StudioWorks Artist-in-Residence Program.

Video of Installation of Schlicker Organ

Time lapse video showing the intricate recreation of our Schlicker chamber organ from thousands of individual parts in our North Church Project Space.

Zoom Presentation by Tides Institute’s director, Hugh French, on “Bootstrapping Economic Development Through Reuse of Historic Structures,” at Annual Meeting of Maine Preservation, May 20, 2020.

PUBLICATIONS

We have also placed several of our publications online including:

ArtLink ABC Picture and Vocabulary Cards featuring images of the greater Passamaquoddy Bay and eastern coast of Maine region. 

Eastport Architecture Book — 216 pages, nearly 200 large format black and white photographs, six brief thematic essays.

Exhibition of watercolor and oil paintings by artist, William Starkweather.

Retrospective exhibition of work by artists who came to the Passamaquoddy Bay region in the 1970s.

Retrospective exhibition of artist, Steven Trefonides, of the Boston area and long time summer resident of Lubec, Maine.

 

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