Speedwell Projects is a not-for-profit, artist-run (Jocelyn Lee) studio, gallery and street window dedicated to launching thought provoking exhibitions in all media, including site-specific installations, public art, spoken word and performance. 

They are dedicated to showing exceptional work by mid and late career artists whose work, they believe, deserves greater attention. They are also committed to exhibiting the work of uniquely mature emerging artists.  

4heads is the New York City nonprofit organization created by artists for artists. The goals of 4heads are to foster community by offering space for artists, to provide arts-education for the under-served, and to expose hidden culture. We support a collaborative DIY spirit while catalyzing dialogue between artists and people from all walks of life. that has produced Governors Island Art Fair since 2008. Touted as New York’s largest independent exhibition, GIAF welcomes over 60,000 visitors annually in New York Harbor.
The Hidden Ladder Collective is a rapidly growing tidal wave of creative energy based out of Portland, Maine. In this collective, painters are musicians are filmmakers are writers are photographers are activists are sculptors. The boundaries between mediums have been shattered. We are all creators. We are buskers, inventors, collaborators, activists, strategists, and performers. We are accountable to art. We are resourceful. We make art out of anything and everything. Boredom is unacceptable.
Your #1 source for Certified Masterworks and Premium Expressions since 1995. Brian Reeves and I collaborated to create an app using my drawings, called "Psy-Clo-Pedia". First five images are fee!
The University of Maine Museum of Art enriches the cultural life of the citizens of Maine and University community through exhibitions, collections and innovative educational programming designed to promote an understanding of the visual arts with particular emphasis on the modern and contemporary. The Museum shares the mission of the University of Maine to advance research, teaching and educational outreach, and to serve as a center of aesthetic engagement for diverse audiences.
SPACE is a nonprofit contemporary arts venue that fosters true creativity through our mission to present contemporary, emerging and unconventional art, artists and ideas. Our strongest programs are those that don’t exist elsewhere in the community. We embrace risk and innovation through bold programming choices and curiosity-driven curating of exhibits and events. As an incubator, SPACE helps emerging and mid-career artists present new work, while making unconventional art and ideas more accessible to the general public. Each year, we present more than 200 events and 20 visual arts exhibits.
UMVA was founded in 1975 as a tax-exempt, not-for-profit corporation. UMVA is an all-volunteer organization run by the generosity and commitment of its artist members who believe that the presence of the UMVA is both of practical and psychological benefit and importance. We are dependent upon membership fees and donations to cover operating expenses.
ARTVOICES magazine creates a platform for emerging, mid-career and blue chip artists to continue a necessary dialog on contemporary art.
A great alternative exhibition space in southern Maine: "Cooperatively run by a close-knit group of artists, architects, musicians and community builders, BUOY supports the work of emerging artists and strengthens creative community by providing space for art making and research, exhibition, performance, and critical discourse."
This site is an archive of The Drawing Center's Viewing Program, a curated registry for emerging artists, begun in 1977.
The Boston Drawing Project is a collection of artworks on paper housed in a series of flat file drawers at Carroll and Sons Gallery. They are open to the public during gallery hours, Tuesday through Saturday, 10 AM to 6 PM. It is not necessary to schedule an appointment to view work in the drawers. The Project is a great resource for artists, curators and collectors.
The Pierogi Flat Files began in 1995 with the idea of making original artwork available to a larger audience. The files themselves are chests of flat drawers holding portfolios of artworks, including all types of media, from painting, drawing, and collage on paper, to photography…anything more or less flat that can fit in the drawers. To look through the Flat Files in person, stop by Pierogi between 11am and 6pm, Tuesday through Sunday.
A five week residency program for Maine artists on Monhegan Island, Maine
The state’s leading nonprofit institution dedicated to advancing contemporary art. Located in Rockport, Maine.
The Registry is an interactive database that features the work of over 600 artists who are not affiliated with a New York City-based gallery. The site may be browsed without registering, however, if you wish to keep track of the artists you select, you may register to create a "personal artist list." There is also an "advanced search" option for more detailed queries. The artists in the Curated Artist Registry are selected by the White Columns curatorial staff. White Columns receives thousands of submissions each year from all over.

Owl Who Laughs is an alter-ego of a poet-philosopher who is pretty persnickety in his own right. When diffracted through prisms in the UnderMind, his sensitivity and anger intensify to fuel the mini-jeremiads of Owl Who Laughs. Perhaps the poet has made a Faustian bargain with the spirits. Maybe whatever faulty eloquence he musters comes at the price of nicks and sips to his soul. Or maybe Truth is a harried creature, exiled by civilization, and long gone feral. It stares through the darkness of social deceit like a predator. Swoops down and relishes a morsel of joy as it indicts. Beware. Owl Who Laughs does not guffaw like businessmen at a french restaurant or musically chuckle like belles at a soiree. The creature’s laugh is nigh on a screech. It is a forced alternative to the other option. Read on only if you feel that the norm of sanity has gone blind.

A collection of artist/activists from around the country want to plaster the walls of their towns and yours with political art for the purpose of educating, encouraging, and inspiring creative action. Our work is varied of course but is all aimed at nurturing compassion, courage, perspective, and sometimes outrage.