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|1644||Alterations to The Turrets, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine|
1 sheet First floor plan.
|1646||Gates Residential Center at College of the Atlantic|
12 sheets Elevations and floor plans for four separate dorms. One site plan colored in and a bit torn up. Once Schematic dormitory plan by Coplon Associates. These buildings were never built.
|1665||Auditorium Site, College of the Atlantic, Bar Harbor, Maine|
1 sheet Site plan for an auditorium that was never built.
|1669||Blum Gallery Porch Addition for College of the Atlantic|
7 sheets Floor plans and elevations for porch addition that was never built.
|1670||College of the Atlantic, Blum Gallery Courtyard|
9 sheets Floor plans and planting plants for the landscape outside of the Blum Gallery.
|1711||Home, April 26, 2020|
A photo lyrical essay on the idea of "home," based on the fact that the college shut down and asked students to go "home".
|1747||The 4th of July, 2020|
A short personal reflection on the fourth of July during Stephanie's summer internship on a farm at the Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale, CO.
|1748||COVID letters from John Anderson, Professor of Zoology, Ecology, Animal Behavior|
A series of e-mails sent by John to current and former advisees during the pandemic.
|1756||A Human Ecology Film, November 11, 2020|
"This piece is a commentary on the many different and shifting facets of our life in 2020. In short, we try to create this commentary by juxtaposing all the things that are happening at this moment in time. To do this we’ve overlaid videos that we’ve taken around College of the Atlantic campus and Acadia with found footage, poetry we wrote, and piano improvised for this specific video." -Isaiah Osborn
An Evening Grosbeak perched on a branch.
|2007||Pandemic diary excerpts from Susan G. Letcher, Professor of Plant Biology|
A transcription of Susan's journal entries from March 17-April 8, 2020.
|2174||The Museum of Natural History|
The Museum of Natural History An informational pamphlet describing the history and educational programming of the Dorr Museum of Natural History.
|2175||Shoreline Nature Trail|
Shoreline Nature Trail An informational brochure from the Dorr Museum describing some aspects of the ecology of the Shoreline Nature Trail, such as intertidal life, decay, ferns, and geology.
|2176||Natural History Outreach Programs for Schools & Community Groups|
A brochure describing the Dorr Museum's outreach programs for schools and community groups.
|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.
|2180||Discover the Natural World of Maine|
The George B. Dorr Museum of Natural History Art: Blue Mussels, by Sarah Drummond At the Museum Wildlife Exhibits Detailed dioramas created by COA students depict the plant and animal life of coastal Maine. Hands-on Materials Children of all ages can touch, smell, listen and create while learning about our environment. Baleen, fur, wings and skulls are available to touch. Interpretive Programs Museum staff lead a variety of activities encouraging the entire family to participate in natural history learning. Summer Events Evening lectures, book signings and slide presentations on a wide variety of topics. Summer Field Studies Under the supervision of environmental educators, children investigate the ecology of Mount Desert Island's tidepools, forests, mountaintops and ponds. Group Tours Schools and community groups are welcome to arrange a variety of special programs through the museum. [show more]
|2181||Natural History Museum Traveling Outreach Programs, 1988-1989|
The Natural History Museum 1988-1989 "The Natural History Museum at College of the Atlantic is open to visitors during the academic year by reservation only. The Museum offers many unique learning opportunities through its exhibits. Find out how a small oil spot killed the off-shore Razorbill; Encounter a Black Bear tolerating a swarm of bees to get to the honey; Discover how Atlantic Puffins set up home on the rocky coast of Maine. FIELD TRIPS The Natural History Museum at College of the Atlantic sponsors participatory outreach programs for schools, colleges, museums, and other organizations during the academic year. Our traveling programs include: Whales-on-Wheels When you request our Whales-on-Wheels program, you accept the challenge of fitting together a 20-foot-long jigsaw puzzle: the backbone of a Minke Whale. Whales-on-Wheels requires a room at least 30 feet long with movable desks and chairs. Birds-on-Wings How do owls fly noiselessly? Why do birds migrate? You will explore these and other questions when you schedule our traveling collection of wings, feathers, skulls, mounts, and study skins. Through participatory activities, participants will study bird behavior, adaptations, and predator-prey relationships. The Naugahyde Whale ... is a 10-foot-long foam and fabric replica of a Pilot Whale. Unzip its skin to reveal removable muscles, bones, and organs, and then put it back together. [show more]
|2183||The Natural History Museum at College of the Atlantic|
An informational brochure describing the Dorr Museum of Natural History's summer programs, general visitor information, workshops, study collection, curriculum materials, and relationship with the College of the Atlantic.
|2184||The Natural History Museum (1982 brochure)|
An illustrated informational brochure from 1982 describing the Dorr Museum's summer programs, traveling exhibits, relationships with cooperating institutions, and general visitor information.
|2186||The Origins of Our Permanent Exhibits: A Self-Guided Informational Tour|
This illustrated brochure from the Dorr Museum of Natural History describes the origin, fabrication process, and creators of permanent exhibits in the museum.
|2187||The Shoreline Nature Trail|
This brochure from the Dorr Museum of Natural History describes points of interest, natural features, and ecological information about the Shoreline Nature Trail.
|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]
|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.
|2296||Such a Frail Bark|
During the fall of 1982, the COA Oral History Workshop collected and prepared oral history interviews documenting COA's founding and early years. For her senior project, Bethany Arownow '83 edited these interviews into a booklet entitled "Such a Frail Bark". The book is fascinating and contains photographs of Kaelber Hall and people instrumental in COA's birth and life.
|2297||Oral history of Cushman McGiffert, Jr., transcript|
Interviewed by Marcia Dworak on October 5, 1982 in Bar Harbor, Maine.