In The News

This list contains many of the articles written about the New Commons Project. If you would like to feature the New Commons Project in your publication, contact us at newcommonsproject@gmail.com.

December 10, 2019: Land Acknowledgements for New Commons Project (UMF English Department Blog)

November 19, 2019: UMF New Commons Project to feature work of James Baldwin (Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel)

November 18, 2019: UMF New Commons project features work of James Baldwin (Lewiston Sun Journal)

November 14, 2019: UMF New Commons Project features work of James Baldwin (Daily Bulldog)

October 23, 2019: UMF New Commons Project to present several programs on satire and ‘The Simpsons’ (Lewiston Sun Journal)

October 19, 2019: Satire and The Simpsons: The next topic of UMF New Commons Project (Daily Bulldog)

October 10, 2019: New Commons Project Sheds Light on Norridgewock Massacre (The Farmington Flyer)

September 25, 2019: UMF New Commons Project spotlights Cheryl Savageau’s “DIRT ROAD HOME” (Maine Arts Commission)

September 18, 2019: New Commons Project at UMF spotlights the importance of the canoe in Maine (Lewiston Sun Journal)

July 2019: Community Culture (Maine. The Magazine)

June 20, 2019: Students participate in Story in Verse Contest (Daily Bulldog)

May 26, 2019: The New Commons project seeks book, movie, music ideas (Mount Desert Islander)

April 7, 2019: UMF New Commons brings world-class orchestra (Daily Bulldog)

March 15, 2019: Exhibit of Fedco Seed Catalogs at Phillips Library (Daily Bulldog)

March 13, 2019: Heavy Meta Podcast #20: The New Commons Project 

March 8, 2019: Fedco Seed Catalog focus of this month’s New Commons Project (Daily Bulldog)

March 7, 2019: Fedco Seeds is next featured work by UMF New Commons Project (Lewiston Sun Journal)

February 15, 2019: UMF New Commons Project Selects Kendrick Lamar Album “DAMN.” (The Farmington Flyer)

February 13, 2019: UMF New Commons Project announces events (Lewiston Sun Journal)

November 15, 2018: UMF’s next New Commons Project looks at Jane Austen novel (Lewiston Sun Journal)

October 20, 2018: Nick Tobier Delivers Keynote at New Commons Project (Stamps School of Art & Design News & Events)

October 18, 2018: John Coltrane subject of New Commons Project at UMF (Lewiston Sun Journal)

October 17, 2018: Jazz giant John Coltrane subject of UMF New Commons Project (Daily Bulldog)

October 10, 2018: New Commons Project: Whose public are we looking at? (Daily Bulldog)

October 1, 2018: Mysterious graffiti artist Banksy explored by UMF (Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel)

September 29, 2018: Graffiti artist Banksy explored by UMF New Commons Project (Daily Bulldog)

September 12, 2018: Scarborough library talk to examine ‘The Wire’ (Portland Press Harold)

April 13, 2018: UMF Reveals Final 12 Nominations for New Commons Project (The Farmington Flyer)

October 16, 2017: New Commons Project (The Farmington Flyer)

September 7, 2017: Nominations sought for UMF cultural archive (Lewiston Sun Journal)

July 18, 2017: University of Maine at Farmington receives $500,000 grant for statewide digital arts and humanities project (Kennebec Journal and Morning Sentinel)

July 12, 2017: UMF awarded Mellon Foundation grant (The Irregular)

July 11, 2017: UMF awarded Mellon Foundation grant (Mainebiz)

July 11, 2017: UMF awarded grant to create New Commons Project (Daily Bulldog)