ROCKLAND — The Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA), 21 Winter St., launches ArtLab Intensives for Fall 2021. ArtLab Intensives afterschool classes invite students grades 5 through 8 to engage in contemporary artworks and artists.

These in-person week-long classes empower young artists to dive deep into one area of study observing, critiquing and applying skills to personal artworks. Each of CMCA’s intensives is taught by a leading artist working with the select media in their personal practice. “Secret Spaces” with Tara Morin will be held Oct. 25 through 29. “Concealed In Plain Sight” with Annie Bailey will be held Nov. 15 through 19.

Registration is $150 for non CMCA members and $125 for CMCA members; limited to 10 participants. Learn more at cmcanow.org/artlab.

About the Artists 

Tara Morin is an educator and artist living in Rockland. Now working in painting, drawing, collage and sculpture, she produces visually complex images and objects.

Annie Bailey is a multimedia visual artist born and raised in Tenants Harbor. Her work celebrates the range of one’s creative potential, from control to chaos, through the lens of maritime culture.