Meg Fournier

Belfast, ME

Meg Fournier is an arts programmer and producer based out of Midcoast Maine. She has worked across the country exploring innovative movements in visual and performing arts with a particular interest in their effect on community (and vice versa). Meg currently serves as Program Director for Waterfall Arts, a rural multi-disciplinary arts center, and Associate Producer for the Points North Institute, who’s programs include the Camden International Film Festival and the Points North Forum. As an independent consultant, Meg also provides program development, production, grant writing, and marketing-related services for arts nonprofits and small creative businesses. 

Meg co-founded and directed the Free Range Music Festival, an annual celebration of original music that showcased over 125 acts over five years in Belfast, Maine. In the same town, she also founded and curated Roots & Tendrils, a multi-disciplinary arts venue that invited artists, makers, and musicians to develop and exhibit work in a small, rural (then mostly vacant) downtown setting. Meg has worked with a number of other Maine arts entities including the Maine International Film Festival, Maine Film Center, Shadow Distribution, and the Unity College Center for the Arts, as well as the Renzi Education and Art Center in Louisiana.