The Zillman Art Museum, located at 40 Harlow Street in downtown Bangor, opened a new exhibition on Oct. 27 that will run through May 1, 2021.
“LIVING WINDOWS: An Immersive Media Installation by Gene A. Felice & Kimathi Moore” is an immersive media installation that explores the forms and functions of micro and macro algae as sources of inspiration for art creation and digital storytelling. This project follows a narrative that journeys through the depths of aquatic ecosystems in California, Maine and North Carolina. The viewer explores rivers and watersheds over time as they flow into Earth’s oceanic waters.
ZAM is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and brings modern and contemporary art to the region, presenting approximately 12 original exhibitions each year. Admission to the Zillman Art Museum is free in 2020, thanks to the generosity of Deighan Wealth Advisors.
The Zillman has implemented safety procedures for visitors. Visit www.zam.umaine.edu for a detailed list of Covid-19 guidelines.