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Tuesday, 24 September 2013 20:40

Toshiko Mori to design new CMCA in Rockland

ROCKLAND - Toshiko Mori, an award-winning international architect with long-standing ties to Maine, has been selected to design the new Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) facility in the downtown arts district of Rockland, Maine.

Announcement of the appointment was made by Marilyn Moss Rockefeller, chair of the CMCA Board of Trustees. Trustees Charlotte Dixon and Peter Gross will serve as co-chairs of the Building Committee, which will oversee the development of the new location.

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Wednesday, 18 September 2013 21:43

Toshiko Mori to design new CMCA in Rockland

ROCKPORT - Toshiko Mori, an award-winning international architect with long-standing ties to Maine, has been selected to design the new Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) facility in the downtown arts district of Rockland, Maine.

Announcement of the appointment was made by Marilyn Moss Rockefeller, chair of the CMCA Board of Trustees. Trustees Charlotte Dixon and Peter Gross will serve as co-chairs of the Building Committee, which will oversee the development of the new location.

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