Archives for Maine Arts Alive

Maine Arts Alive 11/30/17

Host: Michael Donahue
Engineer: John Greenman

Opera House Arts, Stonington Maine

Guest: Meg Taintor, Producing Artistic Director

Maine Arts Alive 10/24/17

Host: Michael Donahue
Engineer: Amy Browne

Maine Arts Commission — past, present and future

Guest: Julie Richard, Executive Director, Maine Arts Commission

Maine Arts Alive 9/26/17

Host: Michael Donahue
Engineer: Amy Browne

The Grand past present and future

Guest: Nick Turner, Executive Director, The Grand, Ellsworth, Maine

Maine Arts Alive 8/22/17

Host: Michael Donahue
Engineer: Amy Browne

Program Topic: J. Fred Woell – An American Vision (Film)

Key Discussion Points:
The making of a film
The life and work of J. Fred Woell

Guests:
Richard Kane, Film Director, Kane-Lewis Productions
Rob Shetterly, artist
Pat Wheeler, artist

Maine Arts Alive 4/25/17

Host: Michael Donahue
Engineer: Amy Browne

Program Topic: Surry Arts at the Barn: past, present and future

Guests: Alan Wittenberg, Executive Director, Surry Arts at the Barn
Sarah Colletti, Board Member, Surry Arts at the Barn

Maine Arts Alive 3/28/17

Host: Michael Donahue
Engineer: Amy Browne

Issue: Arts

Program Topic: Northeast Historic Film Library & the Alamo Theatre

Key Discussion Points: Film preservation and storage, film festivals

Guests:
David Weiss, Executive Director, Northeast Historic Film Library/Alamo Theatre
Phillip Yates, Facilities Manager, Northeast Historic Film Library/Alamo Thatre
Lloyd Komesar, Producer, Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival

Maine Arts Alive 2/28/17

Host: Michael Donahue
Engineer: Amy Browne

Issue: Arts

Program Topic: Ellsworth Community Music Institute

Key Discussion Points: Ellsworth Community Music Institute – Past, Present and Future

Guests:
Nancy L. Colter, Executive Artistic Director
Heidi-Stanton Drew, Program Assistant
Toby Stephenson, Board Member

Maine Arts Alive 11/22/16

Host: Michael Donahue
Engineer: Amy Browne

Program Topic: Paul Sacaridz, Director, Haystack Mountain School of Crafts

Haystack present and future, change in leadership