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|2347||COA glossary of terms, brochure|
Glossary of terms referring to people, places and events written or spoken about by members of the College of the Atlantic Community.
|2346||COA at a glance, brochure|
|2345||COA at a glance, brochure|
|2344||COA at a glance, brochure|
|2339||Campus Map, brochure|
College of the Atlantic campus map.
|2338||Campus Map, brochure|
College of the Atlantic campus map.
|2322||COA Viewbook, 1996-1997|
College of the Atlantic viewbook for the 1996-1997 academic year.
|2320||Acadia national park headquarters|
A photo of the original Acadia national park headquarters in downtown Bar Harbor, before it was moved to the COA campus to serve as the Dorr Museum.
A photo of the old COA auditorium in the winter.
|2267||1998 College of the Atlantic Commencement Program|
This is the front and back of the program for the twenty-sixth commencement ceremony at College of the Atlantic, held on June 6, 1998. The front side has a charcoal sketch of part of the stone architecture at what looks like a back balcony of the Turrets building, done by Amanda Walker, '98. The back side of the program has a woodblock print of the COA logo, credited to Kate Francis, '98, Jessica Hayes, '98, Jennifer Robbins, '98, and Toby Stephenson, '98. [show more]
|2239||1990 College of the Atlantic Commencement Program|
This is the front cover of the program for the eighteenth commencement ceremony of the College of the Atlantic, held on June 2, 1990. It has a black and white print depicting a group of human figures climbing a set of stairs to look out at a view of water and evergreen trees. Some of the figures are helping other figures up, and one is raising their arms in wonder or celebration. The text reads: "Here comes the turn of the tide." Emily Bracale, '90 created the cover illustration, and it was printed on recycled paper. [show more]
|2240||1991 College of the Atlantic Commencement Materials|
These are materials from the nineteenth commencement ceremony at the College of the Atlantic, held on June 8th, 1991. The first image is from the commencement invitation. It features a grayscale photograph of a collection of rocks, taken by Noreen E. Hogan. The second image is from the commencement program. It is also in grayscale, and depicts waves in water. The art is credited to Ned Ormsby, and was printed on recycled paper. It also features a quote attributed toAmerican Transcendentalist writer Ralph Waldo Emerson. The quote by Emerson reads: "What is Success? To laugh often and love much, to win the respect of intelligent persons and the affection of children; to appreciate beauty; to find the best in others; to give one's self; to leave the world a lot better whether by a healthy child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition; to have played and laughed with enthusiasm and sung with exultation; to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived -- this is to have succeeded." [show more]
|2261||College of the Atlantic 1992 Commencement Materials|
These are materials from the twentieth commencement celebration of College of the Atlantic, which was held on June 6, 1992. The first two images are the commencement invitation. The invitation has a detailed and whimsical blue ink illustration of a winged human figure blowing a trumpet, surrounded by abstract shapes, on white paper. On the back there is hand lettering inviting attendees to the commencement ceremony. The second two images are the front and back of the commencement program. The front has a print in blue ink depicting a stylized sun with a face, with the text "college of the atlantic 1992" surrounding the sun. On the back, there is printed text that reads: "Founded by residents of Mount Desert Island in 1969, College of the Atlantic is a small private college located on the shores of Frenchman's Bay in Bar Harbor, Maine. COA grants two degrees in human ecology, a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Philosophy. Human Ecology emphasizes the interrelationships of humans and their natural, social, and technological environments. Core areas of study at the college include environmental science, arts and design, and human studies." At the bottom of this page, there is a quote by Margaret Mead in calligraphy, reading: "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever does." [show more]
|2262||1993 College of the Atlantic Commencement Materials|
These are materials from the twenty-first commencement celebration at College of the Atlantic, held on June 5, 1993. The two images are of the invitation and program. Both feature a simple design of the shape of the COA logo, printed in green ink. In this version of the COA logo, the "human" rune is composed of interlocking human arms; the "earth" rune is a tree; and the "water" rune is replaced by a stylized depiction of tree roots, with various shapes and symbols hidden inside the roots. [show more]
|2263||1994 College of the Atlantic Commencement Invitation|
This is the invitation postcard from the twenty-second commencement celebration at College of the Atlantic, held on June 4, 1994. It is illustrated with an ornate print based on the COA logo in dark blue ink on a white background. The print is signed with the initials G.H.
|2264||1995 College of the Atlantic Commencement Invitation|
This is the invitation to College of the Atlantic's twenty-third commencement celebration, held on June 3, 1995. It has a simple design in green ink, with a version of the COA logo surrounded by tiny designs in the style of Celtic knotwork.
|2265||College of the Atlantic 1996 Commencement Invitation|
This is the invitation card for the twenty-fourth commencement celebration of College of the Atlantic, held on June 8, 1996. It has a detailed illustration of the Turrets building on campus printed in dark purple ink, with the caption, "The Turrets, 1895, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine."
|2266||College of the Atlantic 1997 Commencement Invitation|
This is the invitation to the twenty-fifth commencement celebration at College of the Atlantic, held on June 7, 1997. The invitation is printed on gray paper and has an illustration depicting the shrine built in 1959, by the Oblate Fathers of Mary Immaculate, which used to be in what is currently the circle of cedars near the Center for Human Ecology. The sun and the text saying '1997' are in metallic silver. In 1997, the shrine was being repaired, renovated, and stabilized as part of a senior project. [show more]
|2268||1999 College of the Atlantic Commencement Materials|
These are materials from the twenty-seventh commencement ceremony at College of the Atlantic, held on June 5, 1999. The first image is the front of the invitation to the garden tea party for graduating seniors, faculty, and advisors, held at Beatrix Farrand Gardens on May 28, 1999. It has a detailed illustration of a flowering branch of what may be a cherry tree, done in green ink on a white background. The second image is the front of the commencement program. It has a woodblock print, done in black ink on a gray background, of a plant with a sprout above the soil and a bulb below. Inside the bulb are the runes from the COA logo. The woodblock print was done by Heather Albert-Knopp, '99. [show more]
|2088||At Crossroads: Contemporary Art from Zimbabwe|
Paintings, woodcuts, sculpture, cloth and musical instruments from the collection of Dr. Etta Kralovec and Franks Davis. Opening reception: Sunday, November 2, 1997 Exhibition runs through Saturday, November 29 Front: Face, oil, 1996, by Shepherd Mahufe
|2089||Richard Estes: Selected Prints|
Opening Reception: Sunday, August 13,1995 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. Exhibition runs through September 16 Venezia-Murano, silkscreen print, 1979, courtesy of the artist
|2091||Charles Child: A Master Draftsman Revisited|
Oils, Watercolors and Drawings, including Landscapes of Mount Desert Island June 12 - July 5, 1997 Opening reception: Sunday, June 15 5 to 7 p.m. Cover: Charles Child at Lopaus Point Photograph by Paul Child, August 20, 1975
|2092||Founding Faculty Show: Twenty-Five Years and Painting|
25th Anniversary Exhibition Oils and other works by JoAnne Carpenter and Ernest McMullen Opening reception: Sunday, July 13, 5 to 7 p.m. July 10 - August 2, 1997
|2095||Ritual and Community: The Maine Grange|
Photographs by Rose Marasco The Thorndike Library September-October 1999 Also on view: "A Study of Place" Photographs by Scott Barden and Paul Davis, COA Class of 1999 Ethel H. Blum Gallery September 1999 Both shows open Sunday, September 19, 5 to 7 p.m. Front: Rose Marasco, Houlton Grange Interior, 1990, black and white photograph
|2093||Sex & Gender: Who's Who & What's What?|
The UMVA Presents Sex & Gender: Who's Who & What's What? An exhibit at the Blum Gallery of the College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor Monday, January 5 through Saturday, January 31, 1998 Public reception on Thursday, January 8 from 4 to 6 P.M. Image based on a detail of Mary, by Dana Strout, platinum/palladium print Barbara Deem Anderson S.K. Behrens J. Felice Boucher Paul M. Breeden Kenny Cole Polly Coté Sara Crisp Scott Davis Catharine Draper Alison Enslin David P. Evans Alan Fishman Jane Gilbert Rebecca Goodale Dan Hodermarsky L. Tryon Jennings A Jones Jennifer S. Kincaid Dorie Klein Natasha Mayers Wayne H. Mitchell Jane Page-Conway Carlo Pittore Joe Rogers Gunda Schroeder Victoria Sheridan Robert Shetterly Ulrike Stadler Allyn Storer Dana Strout Gerald Swenson Jan ter Weele Melita Westerlund Toni Wolf Sponsored by the Downeast Chapter of the Union of Maine Visual Artists with support from BSP Trans, Inc. [show more]