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|2373||Town Hill Hannaford Proposal-Digital fly-through model|
During May 2008, students taking a class in Land Use Planning taught by Isabel Mancinelli and Gordon Longsworth at College of the Atlantic identified some major planning issues for Town Hill.
|2369||Salisbury CoveOptions and Alternatives for Future Development|
A Report by College of the Atlantic Advanced Land Planning Studio Winter 2009
|2368||Geographic Information Systems for Comprehensive Planning:Town of Mount Desert|
An inventory, analysis and illustration addressing Growth Management Goals
|2367||Shaping the Future of High Street in Ellsworth|
A study conducted by The College of the Atlantic Watershed Planning Class on behalf of the Town of Ellsworth November 2002
|2350||The Turrets, brochure|
Brochure about the history of The Turrets.
|2337||Campus Map, brochure|
College of the Atlantic campus map.
|2336||Beech Hill Farm, brochure|
Beech Hill Farm is an 84-acre organic farm owned and operated by College of the Atlantic.
|2330||Oral history of Pam Parvin, transcript|
Interviewed by Donna Gold on August 24, 2009, in Bar Harbor, Maine.
|2329||Oral history of Philip Kunhardt, transcript|
Interviewed by Donna Gold on March 25, 2009, in Waccabuc, New York.
|2328||Oral history of Steven Katona and Susan Lerner, transcript|
Interviewed by Donna Gold on August 5, 2008, in Hulls Cover, Maine
|2327||Oral history of Frances Pollitt, transcript|
Interviewed by Donna Gold on January 15, 2008, in Portland, Maine.
|2326||Oral history of Ann Peach, transcript|
Interviewed by Donna Gold on December 21, 2006, in Bar Harbor, Maine.
|2325||Oral history of Millard Dority, transcript|
Interviewed by Donna Gold on August 3, 2006, in Bar Harbor, Maine.
|2324||Oral history of Les Brewer, transcript|
Interviewed by Donna Gold in 2005, in Bar Harbor, Maine.
|2323||Oral history of Edward Kaelber, transcript|
Interviewed by Donna Gold on January 6, 2004, in Maine. This interview was commissioned by the Maine Community Foundation.
|2272||2004 College of the Atlantic Commencement Invitation|
This is the invitation to the thirty-second commencement ceremony at College of the Atlantic, held on June 5, 2004. The invitation card has a pastel drawing depicting two trees with mountains in the background. The illustration is credited to Andrew Moulton, '04.
|2271||2003 College of the Atlantic Commencement Materials|
These are materials from the thirty-first commencement ceremony at College of the Atlantic, held on June 7, 2003. The first image is the invitation card sent to graduating seniors, faculty, and advisors, inviting them to a garden tea party at Beatrix Farrand Gardens to celebrate senior project completion. The invitation card is decorated with an illustrated border depicting pink and purple lilacs, credited to Ellen Blonder. The second image is the invitation card to the commencement ceremony. It has a watercolor painting in blue and earth tones that resembles the view of the ocean and land from one of Mount Desert Island's mountains. The art is credited to Alana Beard, '03, and the invitation was printed on recycled paper. [show more]
|2270||2002 College of the Atlantic Commencement Materials|
These are materials from the thirtieth commencement ceremony at College of the Atlantic, held on June 8, 2002. The first image is the front of the commencement program. It has an illustration depicting a woman sitting with her back to the viewer looking at a small pond, which has the COA logo in it. The illustration was done by Kerrie C. Sands, '02. The program is printed on dark gray, acid-free, post-consumer waste fiber. The second image is the front of the invitation to graduating seniors to a garden tea party at Beatrix Farrand Gardens. It has an illustration depicting three plates. On the plates, the COA logo is in various states of being eaten. The cover design is credited to Blakeney Virginia Sanford, '02. [show more]
|2269||2000 College of the Atlantic Commencement Program|
This is the front of the program for the twenty-eight commencement ceremony at College of the Atlantic, held on June 3, 2000. It has an illustration of a detailed tree stump in the foreground with the outlines of trees with bare branches behind it, and a crescent moon. The illustration is in gray scale, except for a plant sprouting out of the ground, which is in bright green. The illustration was done by Taylor Nau Mitchell, '00.
A student standing in front of the Kathryn W. Davis Center of International and Regional Studies, a building that honors Mrs. Davis's lifetime of dedication to international affairs and to higher education.
|2182||Collecting Art in America|
A reception followed by a lecture and slide presentation, "Collecting Art in America," by John Wilmerding, Collector, Curator, and Scholar, Thursday, August 5, 2004. Reception at the George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History. John Wilmerding is a professor of art at Princeton University and longtime summer resident of Northeast Harbor. He is the Visiting Curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. He is an emeritus trustee of the Shelburne Museum in Vermont and on the Board of Trustees of the Guggenheim Museum in New York and the College of the Atlantic. He was formerly Senior Curator of American Art and Deputy Director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, where he organized the landmark exhibition "American Light: The Luminist Movement" in 1980. Professor Wilmerding is the author of many books and catalogs on American art, including American Marine Painting (Harry N. Abrams, 1987), American Views (Princeton, 1991), monographic studies of Robert Salmon, Fitz Hugh Lane, John F. Peto, Winslow Homer, and Thomas Eakins, and The Artist's Mount Desert: American Painters on the Maine Coast (Princeton University Press, 1994). His most recent book, Compass and Clock, illuminates major continuing themes in the national character. Professor Wilmerding recently bequeathed his private collection, which includes works by Church, Marin, Homer, and Lane, to the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., where they are on view in the East Building through October 10, 2004. [show more]
|2178||Dorr Museum of Natural History Dedication Ceremony Brochure|
A brochure describing the history, vision statement, and context in the College of the Atlantic community of the Dorr Museum, as well as information about the dedication ceremony held for the Dorr Museum on July 27, 2000.
|2170||Dorr Museum Newsletter, January 2002|
Dorr Museum newsletter, January 2002
|2169||History and Destiny in World Fisheries|
Open House You are invited to a pre-lecture gathering at the Dorr Museum in honor of the museum's Summer of Rachel Carson. MacArthur Fellow Carl Safina talks about his use of science, art and literature to inspire a closer relationship with the sea and its conservation needs. An exhibit on Rachel Carson, created by COA students, will be on view. 5:30 p.m. in the George B. Dorr Museum Front text: Tosia australis Uniophora granifera PDF description: A brochure describing a 2007 Dorr Museum Champlain Society lecture by Carl Safina of the Blue Ocean Institute on "History and Destiny in World Fisheries," held in honor of the centennial of Rachel Carson. [show more]
|2168||Beauty and the Beast: Nature Images|
Beauty and the Beast: Nature Images August 18 - October 12, 2003 This exhibit features nineteen color and photogravure prints of New York-based photographer Barbara Yoshida, whose work has been shown throughout the world. Since 1996, six artist's residencies in National Parks, including Acadia National Park, have provided an opportunity for Ms. Yoshida to reexamine her relationship with nature. Her large-format images capture the diversity of landscape on the planet and the various forms of life that it supports, and reflect her conviction that the preservation of nature with a camera is inextricably linked to the preservation of various species and their habitats. In other words, the medium fits the message. Front: Jawbone, Lilies, and Maple. 14" x 11" Silver Gelatin Print. Courtesy of Barbara Yoshida [show more]