Comments for: Sculpture Symposium closes with unveiling of works at University of Maine

Posted Aug. 30, 2012, at 6:36 p.m.

Eight sculptors from as far away as New Zealand and as near as Old Town gathered one last time at their University of Maine campus work area to unveil the massive granite works of art they’ve been creating for the past six weeks. The 2012 Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium, held …

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  • Anonymous

    Great sculptures, but surely athletic fields at UMaine are infinitely more important than this fluff.  And why didn’t one of these folks do a sculpture of Harold Alfond or Larry Mahaney or former UME President Bob Kennedy? All deserve their place on campus and, in the first case, more than one place on campus. 

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