Built from a one hundred year-old barn with attached farmhouse, the Unity College Center for the Performing Arts (UCCPA), is a vibrant cultural and arts center that offers an eclectic mix of music, films, art, lectures, and more. Since opening in 2000, the UCCPA has seen many events including world-renowned musicians, award winning speakers, and memorable community gatherings.
The UCCPA is also home to the Leonard R. Craig gallery, which features up-and-coming and renowned artists throughout the year.
Meg Fournier, UCCPA Manager and Public Arts Coordinator
Meg Fournier has been heavily involved in the Maine community arts and cultural scene since moving to the state in 2003. Meg co-founded and managed Roots & Tendrils, a multi-disciplinary arts space that explored innovative movements in art, music and design. She also co-founded and now directs the Free Range Music Festival, which showcases over thirty acts from all over the country every April in downtown Belfast. Meg has worked for Waterfall Arts, a community arts center with locations in Belfast and Montville; Shadow Distribution, a Maine-based independent film distribution company; and has served as a publicist for Maine events including the Maine International Film Festival. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree after studying at the University of Southern Maine, Pratt Institute and the Maryland Institute College of Art.