Maine Jewish Museum, 267 Congress Street in Portland, will open “Randy Fein: Forty Years in Maine — Finding Her Way with Clay” and two other exhibits in the museum’s Spiegel Gallery with an artists’ reception on Thursday, March 9, from 5 to 7 p.m. Fein, who has a studio in Camden, is a professional ceramic sculptor and potter, and the retrospective presents a range of sculptures from her personal collection as well as from private and public collections. Her public art commissions include 17 large-scale ceramic relief tile installations in Maine and Vermont, and she has led mural-building workshops in more than 100 Maine public schools. The other two exhibits opening that evening are “Life: Some Assembly Required, Scaintings by Mirlea Saks” and “Photographs of Portland” by Jan Pieter van Voorst van Beest. All three shows will continue through April 30. For more information, visit mainejewishmuseum.org.