Ongoing Events

Student Grief Group
Rm. 205, UMF Look House, side door.
January 27-May 05, 2014 MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: UMF Community Only

Are you dealing with the recent or distant death of someone close to you? We invite you to join us for a meeting of the Student Grief Group. This group is for any UMF students who are dealing with grief related to the death of someone close to them no matter when the death may have occurred. The process of working through grief can be complicated, and there is support on campus! If you are interested in having a safe place to talk about your loss, or to simply just listen, please consider participating. Participation in the group is confidential.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7293

The LinQ: LGBT Social Support Group for Franklin County
Room 119B, Psychology Building
January 29-May 15, 2014 MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

A social-support group for lesbian, bisexual, gay, or transgender individuals and their allies. A safe & confidential space for honest discussion, resources, culture and camaraderie. Meets each Wed evening when UMF is in session.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7377

Visit: https://www.facebook.com/TheLinQGreaterFarmington
Historical Character Series: Gwilym Roberts and Eleanor Wood
Mantor Library
April 01-April 30, 2014 MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Join us in Mantor Library for our Historical Character Series display featuring notables from UMF's past. For April, we'll celebrate beloved and longtime faculty member Agnes Mantor, 1915 graduate and teacher from 1917-19622, as well as Marjorie Standish, class of 1931 who wrote cookbooks and cooking column.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7568

Pardon My Tartle! UMF Senior Art Show
UMF Art Gallery and Emery Community Arts Center
April 10-May 17, 2014 MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

UMF Art Seniors Brian Gadberry, Samantha Funk, Alana Knapp, Ashley Lessner, Mallory Smith, Gina Spinelli, and Tobey Tozier present their senior thesis exhibitions in Art and Arts Administration at the UMF Art Gallery and Emery Community Arts Center.
For More Information Call: 207-778-1062

Visit: http://artgallery.umf.maine.edu/
Historical Character Series: Theodora Kalikow
Mantor Library
May 01-May 31, 2014 MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Join us in Mantor Library for our Historical Character Series display featuring notables from UMF's past. May celebrates Theodora J. Kalikow, UMF president from 1994-2012, who strengthened the academic experience with a focus on experiential learning, internships and undergraduate research.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7568

Farmington Voices: Our Stories through Letters, Song and Performance May 1 & 2
Emery Community Arts Center
May 01-May 02, 2014 MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Written and directed by Jayne Decker with music composed by Philip Carlsen in celebration of UMF's 150th Celebration. Reception at 7pm, performance at 7:30pm on Thursday, May 1 and Friday, May 2. A performative work emerges from stories told through letters and archived memories to form a collective voice of place as we examine how our history becomes our present, how one time hears the echoes of another.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7319

Visit: http://emeryarts.umf.maine.edu

Coming Events

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Federal Employment Workshop
Rm. 103, Roberts Learning Center
6:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: UMF Community Only

Have you ever thought about Federal Employment or working for the Government? If so, we hope you'll join us for an informative workshop on federal employment and insider tips and tricks to applying for federal jobs! This workshop will be led by Drew Goodridge, UMF class of 1991, currently serving as Division Chief of the National Security Directorate at the Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS). Drew has over twenty years of experience in the federal government and law enforcement. This event is open to ALL majors and ALL students! Drew will discuss how to search for federal jobs on USAJobs.gov, identify and apply for opportunities, and navigate the federal employment process. This event is sponsored by the UMF History Program and UMF Career Services. For more information, contact Peter Osborne (peter.osborne@maine.edu or 778-7035) or Dr. Allison Hepler (ahepler@maine.edu or 778-7415).
For More Information Call: 207-778-7035

Slamming for a Voice!
The Landing, UMF Olsen Student Center
7:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

A poetry slam night where writers advocate for an issue they're passionate about.
For More Information Call: 778-7346

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Pianist Steven Pane performs Beethoven's last sonata
Nordica Auditorium, UMF Merrill Hall
6:30pm MORE
Cost: $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, FREE to children and UMF students
Audience: Open to the public

In a special event preceding the UMF Community Orchestra concert, Steven Pane will introduce and perform Beethoven's last piano sonata, Op. 111. The admission price also includes the orchestra concert.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7072

UMF Community Orchestra, with soloist Steven Pane
Nordica Auditorium, UMF Merrill Hall
7:30pm MORE
Cost: $8 for adults, $6 for seniors, FREE to children and UMF students
Audience: Open to the public

UMF Community Orchestra concert, featuring the premiere of a new composition by Philip Carlsen, "Phantastische Sonate," with piano soloist Steven Pane. The one-movement piece is a musical collage which places Beethoven's last piano sonata in a dream landscape of excerpts from orchestral works by Beethoven and other composers. Before the concert, at 6:30, Pane will introduce and perform the complete sonata. The program also includes Haydn's Symphony No. 99, Debussy's "Children's Corner Suite," and Copland's "Quiet City."
For More Information Call: 207-778-7072

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Spring Fling: Rocky Horror Picture Show!
South Dining Hall, UMF Student Center
9:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Come to the South Dining Hall to see the Rocky Horror Picture Show at 9pm and 12am!
For More Information Call: 207-778-7346

Monday, April 28, 2014

College to Career Series -Surviving and Thriving in your First Year of Work
North Dining Hall C, UMF Olsen Student Center
6:30pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: UMF Community Only

Are you ready for life after UMF? Career Services will host workshops designed to help you through the transition of college to career. The workshops will be facilitated by Career staff, UMF Alumni and local and state employers. Join us on Monday, April 28th for Surviving and Thriving in your First Year of Work.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7034

Visit: careers.umf.maine.edu
Pixel Hunter Video and Animation Festival
Emery Community Arts Center
8:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

This annual event is in its seventh year at UMF and will be held at 8pm in the Emery Community Arts Center. Pixel Hunter is a selection of student produced video and animation from the UMF campus from the preceding year. Students from all academic departments and all levels are encouraged to submit their creations. This year's fest promises to deliver everything from zombies to family drama.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7515

Visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/645237068879322/

Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Michael D. Wilson Symposium Day
UMF Campus
9:00am MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

The annual Michael D. Wilson Symposium Day at UMF is a day set aside each spring to showcase the scholarly and creative work of our students. Students may pursue independent projects such as faculty collaborative research, share interesting creative work from one of their courses, or may be assigned a project as part of a spring semester class. It is an opportunity to share their work with peers and with faculty outside of their academic discipline. Presentations begin at 9:00 am at a variety of venues on campus, and continue well into the afternoon. A special Wednesday evening venue will be a ?Last Lecture? by retiring professor and associate dean, Rob Lively, at 8:00pm in North Dining Hall C. In conjunction with Symposium, a series of performances will be presented for ?Arts Night(s)?. These include ?Pixel Hunter Animation and Video Festival? on Monday evening April 28th in Emery Performing Arts Center at 8:00 pm, and a series of performances and displays on Tuesday April 29th starting at 4:00 pm. A program of presentations, including Arts Night(s), is available at the link below. A printed program will be available at the various venues on Symposium Day. This will be the sixteenth annual UMF Symposium. Since 2007, it has been named in memory of Michael D. Wilson, Class of 1976, and has been enhanced by a generous donation from Michael and Susan Angelides.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7371

Visit: https://publicwebs.umf.maine.edu/facstaff/pauls/
Opus 111 Project: The non-harmonious, unproductive productiveness of going against . . .?
Emery Community Arts Center
3:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Part of Arts Week/Symposium. Steven Pane, piano performance: Beethoven Opus 111; Gustavo Aguilar: The Visible and Invisible; Kristen Case, poetic reading: Arietta-Fragments after Beethoven's Sonata 32 in C minor; Matthew Houston: reading:The Play of Difference? Edward Said describes Beethoven's late style as non-harmonious, engaging a deliberately unproductive productiveness going against. How does Beethoven create this place of contradictions "non-harmonious harmonies" in the sounds of Opus 111?
For More Information Call: 207-778-7288

Spring Fling: Talent Show!
Lincoln Auditorium, UMF Roberts Learning Center
7:30pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Come to Lincoln Auditorium to see UMF's talent!
For More Information Call: 207-778-7346

Thursday, May 01, 2014

Farmington Voices: Our Stories through Letters, Song and Performance May 1 & 2
Emery Community Arts Center
7:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Written and directed by Jayne Decker with music composed by Philip Carlsen in celebration of UMF's 150th Celebration. Reception at 7pm, performance at 7:30pm on Thursday, May 1 and Friday, May 2. A performative work emerges from stories told through letters and archived memories to form a collective voice of place as we examine how our history becomes our present, how one time hears the echoes of another.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7319

Visit: http://emeryarts.umf.maine.edu

Friday, May 02, 2014

Farmington Voices: Our Stories through Letters, Song and Performance May 1 & 2
Emery Community Arts Center
7:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Written and directed by Jayne Decker with music composed by Philip Carlsen in celebration of UMF's 150th Celebration. Reception at 7pm, performance at 7:30pm on Thursday, May 1 and Friday, May 2. A performative work emerges from stories told through letters and archived memories to form a collective voice of place as we examine how our history becomes our present, how one time hears the echoes of another.
For More Information Call: 207-778-7319

Visit: http://emeryarts.umf.maine.edu

Saturday, May 03, 2014

3rd Annual Maine Fiddlehead Festival
Courtyard in front of Emery Community Arts Center
10:00am MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

The 3rd Annual Maine Fiddlehead Festival & Local Food Day is a campus-community celebration of local food in the Farmington area. There will be live music, food and craft vendors, short "tent talks", cooking demonstrations, fiddlehead foraging and much more! Please join us!
For More Information Call: 207-778-7096

Visit: http://www.mainefiddleheadfestival.com/
10th Annual Men's Rugby Alumni Match
Rugby Pitch at Prescott Fields
1:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

The Beavers take on the Central Maine Stripers for bragging rights on May 3, 2014. The Stripers are comprised of seasoned UMF alumni that compete against the current UMF players once every spring (typically the first Saturday of May) to celebrate their memorable years of playing Beaver Rugby. This year marks the 23rd anniversary.
For More Information Call: 207-357-7519

Visit: www.umfrfc.weebly.com

Sunday, May 04, 2014

4th Annual Canoe/Kayak Race & Fun Paddle
Sandy River
1:00pm MORE
Cost: $10 per person, $5 for UMF students
Audience: Open to the public

Come and participate in a race or fun paddle down the Sandy River! Roughly a 10-mile paddle starting in Strong and ending in Fairbanks. According to the White Water Classification system, this section of the Sandy River is identified as Class I and Class II rapids with moving water. Any ability is welcome!
For More Information Call: 207-774-7495

Visit: http://frc.umf.maine.edu/outdoor-recreation/cinco-de-mayo-ca...

Monday, May 05, 2014

Opus 111 Project: Said Edward, 'What is Late Style?' Answered Langston Hughes, 'Ask Your Mama?
Nordica Auditorium, UMF Merrill Hall
4:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Michael Johnson and Steven Pane: discussion and class performance of Langston Hughes, Ask Your Mama: 12 Moods for Jazz. 'Ask Your Mama?' is a late work of Langston Hughes sharing 'late-work' qualities as defined by Edward Said and present in Beethoven's Opus 111. [Note: Opus 111 will not be performed.]
For More Information Call: 207-778-7288

Wednesday, May 07, 2014

Opus 111 Project: Endings
Nordica Auditorium, UMF Merrill Hall
7:00pm MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Steven Pane performance: Beethoven Opus 111; Christine Darrohn: reading-"Late;" Daniel Woodward performance: Mozart, Abendempfindung; Richard Strauss, Morgen Henry Braun - poems - Keats, "The Living Hand" and other poetry
For More Information Call: 207-778-7288

Thursday, May 08, 2014

BFA Senior Reading
The Landing, UMF Olsen Student Center
7:30am MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

Fifteen BFA majors from the Senior Seminar in Writing will read from their work.
For More Information Call: Pat O'Donnell, 778-7419

Saturday, May 17, 2014

2014 UMF Commencement
Behind UMF Olsen Student Center
10:30am MORE
Cost: FREE
Audience: Open to the public

The 2014 UMF Commencement will take place outdoors behind the UMF Einar A. Olsen Student Center. (NOTE: In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will be held inside the UMF Fitness & Recreation Center. Admission will be limited to those with "Fitness & Recreation Center" tickets. The UMF Commencement ceremony will be broadcast LIVE on MBTV, community access channel 11, whether the ceremony is held indoors or outdoors).
For More Information Call: 207-778-7276


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