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The Kennedy Center Activity Report

for

Maine


The following represent those individuals, their respective companies and cities of origin that
participate in the Kennedy Center and its activities and oversight.


EDUCATION

Accessibility
This initiative ensures that all performances and events at The Kennedy Center are accessible to visitors and guests with disabilities and assists other organizations and individuals throughout the United States in establishing or improving access for people with disabilities to all aspects of the cultural arts.

2013 amy Furman
music theripst an music specailist, minneapolis public school
minneapolis mn 55411, ME
intersection arts and specail education conference

Organization
2013 Matt Guidry
program director, upstream arts
3501 chicago Ave S Minneapolis MN 55407, ME
intersection arts qand specail education conference

Organization
2013 Julie Guidery
Excutive director, upstream art
3501 chicago ave s Minneapolis Mn 55407, ME
intersection arts and specail education conference

Organization
American College Theatre Festival
A national competition, awards program and theater education program for colleges and their students.

2010
Bates College
Lewiston, ME
All the World's a Grave by John Reed

School
2009 Kimberly Stone
University of Southern Maine
Gorham, ME

School
2009 Travis Grant
University of Southern Maine
Gorham, ME

School
2007 Bates College
Lewiston, ME

School
2007 Colby College
Waterville, ME

School
2007 University of Maine at Machias
Machias, ME

School
2007 University of Maine
Orono, ME

School
2007 University of Southern Maine
Gorham, ME

School
DeVos Institute of Arts Management Internship
College juniors, seniors and students who have not been out of school more than two years have the opportunity to intern in a specific department of The Kennedy Center.

2005 Jennifer Goransson
Eliot, ME

Participant
Events for Students
Live and satellite-based programs which are designed for high school and college-level students to participate in and develop a better understanding of the performing arts.

2003 Mr. Andrew Wallace
Hall-Dale High
Farmingdale, ME
Distance Learning

School
Exploring Ballet with Suzanne Farrell
An intensive three-week summer program for intermediate to advanced students aged 14 to 18 which is directed by one of America's most recognized prmia ballerinas.

2011 Erin Norris
Glenburn, ME

Student
2010 Erin Norris
Glenburn, ME

Student
KCACTF Festival
A Web-based arts and education network that provides educators with resources for teaching in, through and about the arts: http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org.

2006 Kendra Lenz
Hampden, ME
selected by competition in state

Artist
2005 Miranda Arielle Blanchard
Vienna, ME
Selected by competition in state

Artist
2004 Miranda Blanchard
Vienna, ME
Selected by competition in state

Artist
2004 Kallie Ciechomski
Portland, ME
Selected by competition in state

Artist
Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network
A network of state-based organizations that works to infuse the arts into the education system of their state.

2010
Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Augusta, ME

Organization
2010 Carol Trimble
Executive Director, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Augusta, ME

Organization
2010 Michael Edgecomb
Chair, Time Warner Cable
Rockland, ME

Organization
2010 Elizabeth Watson
Vice-Chair, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Portland, ME

Organization
2009 Ms. Carol Trimble
Executive Director, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Augusta, ME
2009 Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network-Member

Participant
2009 Mr. Michael Edgecomb
Chair, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Rockland, ME
2009 Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network-Member

Participant
2009 Ms. Elizabeth Watson
Chair, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Portland, ME
2009 Kennedy Center Alliance for Arts Education Network-Member

Participant
2008 Ms. Carol Trimble
Executive Director, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Augusta, ME

Participant
2008 Mr. Michael Edgecomb
Chair, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Augusta, ME

Participant
2008 Ms. Elizabeth Watson
Vice-Chair, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Augusta, ME

Participant
2007 Richard Abramson
Chair, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Readfield, ME

Organization
2007 Carol Trimble
Executive Director, Maine Alliance for Arts Education
Lamoine, ME

Organization
Millennium Stage
Free performances are presented every day at 6:00 p.m. in The Kennedy Center's Grand Foyer.

2000 Frank Gotwals
Stonington, ME

Artist
Partners in Education
The Performing Arts Centers and Schools is a program which works with cultural organizations and schools throughout the nation to expand their education programs with a primary focus on the education of teachers.

2010
Opera House Arts at the Stonington Opera H ouse
, ME

Participant
2010
Deer-Isle Stonington Schools
, ME

Participant
2009
Opera House Arts (Stonington)
, ME
Partnership teams

Participant
2009
Deer Isle-Stonington Elementary School
, ME
Partnership teams

Participant
2007 Opera House Arts at the Stonington Opera House
Stonington, ME
Team entered program in 2007.

Participant
2007 Deer Isle-Stonington Schools
Deer Isle, ME
Team entered program in 2007.

Participant
2003 Auburn School District
Auburn, ME
Team entered program in 1992. 39 teachers participated in 1 workshop in 2002-2003; 71 teachers participated in 5 workshops in 2003-2004. Team exited program in 2004.

Participant
2003 L/A Arts
Lewiston, ME
Team entered program in 1992; 39 teachers participated in 1 workshop in 2002-2003; 71 teachers participated in 5 workshops in 2003-2004.

Participant
2003 Lewiston School Department
Lewiston, ME
Team entered program in 1992; 39 teachers participated in 1 workshop in 2002-2003; 71 teachers participated in 5 workshops in 2003-2004. Team exited program in 2004.

Participant
2003 PCA Great Performances
Portland, ME
Team entered program in 1995; 25 teachers participated in 1 teacher workshop, 7722 others participated in 7 other workshops.

Participant
2003 Portland Public Schools
Portland, ME
Team entered program in 1995; 25 teachers participated in 1 teacher workshop, 7722 others participated in 7 other workshops.

Participant
Summer Music Institute
A four-week festival of orchestral and chambermusic for young people ages 15 to 21 at The Kennedy Center. The Institute consists of orchestral and chamber music coached by NSO musicians, conducting and master classes, private lessons with NSO musicians and additional enrichment sessions.

2008 Nathan Lesser
Orono, ME
Selected by competition in state

Artist
2007 Kendra Lenz
Hampden, ME
Young Artist of Color

Artist
2003 Seth Yentes
Monroe, ME
Selected by competition in state

Artist
2002 Koren Wake
Windham, ME
Selected by competition in state

Artist
2001 Cortney Jansen
Falmouth, ME
Selected by competition in state

Artist
Theater for Young Audiences
An initiative which creates, commissions, produces, presents and tours performances for young people and their families both locally and nationally.

2011
Merrill Auditorium
Portland, ME
Knuffle Bunny: A Cautionary Musical

Organization
2005 John I. Patches
Director, Maine Center for the Arts at University of Maine
Orono, ME

Other