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Drop by CMCA during February school vacation week to see The Re cycled Menagerie\, a delightful collection of whimsical creatures crea ted by the late Joel Glassman (1911-2007) of Camden. Made almost entirely f rom discarded and recycled materials\, the menagerie will charm and inspire viewers of all ages. The exhibit will be open Monday through Saturday\, Fe bruary 18 – 23\, 10am to 4pm.

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If you would like to try creating you r own menagerie\, CMCA’s ArtLab will be open from 2-4pm each day of the exh ibit\, stocked with recycled materials (feel free to bring along your own b its and pieces as well).

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Admission to The Recycled Menagerie exhibit and ArtLab is free of charge\, but donations are accepted.

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More about the Artist
Joel Glassman was born in P hiladelphia in 1911. He began designing shoes at age 17\, and continued to design for clients until age 94. Joel and his wife Eleanor lived in Italy f or 15 years\, providing design services for companies all over the world. W hen Joel was 80\, he began to create his Recycled Menagerie. He pr esented his creatures to children in schools and museums\, to encourage the m to create with materials they might throw away. Joel died in Camden\, Mai ne on July 12\, 2007\, three months shy of his 96th birthday.

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LOCATION:Center for Maine Contemporary Art\,162 Russell Ave. \nRockport\, M E 04856 SUMMARY:The Recycled Menagerie: A Special Exhibition & ArtLab for February School Vacation Week\, Joel Glassman END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTAMP:20161205T033145Z UID:260291 DTSTART:20130218T100000 DTEND:20130218T170000 LOCATION:Center for Maine Contemporary Art\,162 Russell Ave. \nRockport\, M E 04856 SUMMARY:The Recycled Menagerie: A Special Exhibition & ArtLab for February School Vacation Week\, Joel Glassman END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR