Just a reminder that the Teti Library will be closed August 7-11, 2017 for NHIA’s Summer Break, but while we are away, take a look at NHIA’s exhibition calendar and start adding those events to your schedules! NHIA Events and Exhibits
Submit a high-quality image of your work to Studio Visit Magazine and you might be selected to have a full-page spread of your work in their winter 2017 issue! Artists can submit one image for free, and any additional images will be just $5 each. Take a look a the current issue at the Teti Library and read the fine print here on this call for entry : Studio Visit Magazine
Summer is a great time for a block party and the Currier Museum of Art is welcoming guests to a big event on July 22. Make some art, listen to live music or other family-friendly activities during the evening. Get to know your neighbors and get to know the Currier! Currier Museum of Art Twilight at the Currier.
We are looking forward to helping you with your research needs at the Teti Library! Stop by and browse our shelves or find a quiet nook for reading. Please let us know how we can help! Check our website for our hours and of course, all of our wonderful online resources: http://nhia.libguides.com/home
Karin Eda Sanborn, MFA student of the Visual Arts at NHIA will install an exhibition of her latest works this week at Teti Library’s Eye Gallery. Her exhibition, a collection of “unstuffed taxidermy” of sorts, will officially open during NHIA’s first week of BFA classes in August, but her show will be on exhibit for guests to browse on their own, until then. One of the questions the artist poses to guests of the exhibition: “Does something have to be seen to exist?” You decide!
Stay tuned for more information on this curious and exciting show!
Can you recognize any of the the artists names from this Guild? Perhaps you read a book or two as a child, written and/or illustrated by Virgina Lee Burton? See in this article form Atlas Obscura, how these artists/designers worked and ‘jumped’ together to get their timeless images out there Atlas Obscura
Are you a professional artist looking for a focus for your art this summer? Take a look at the NH Council on the Arts for an ongoing call from Art on Loan. This program is currently calling for professional artists to submit works of art featuring the beauty of NH. If selected, the works will be displayed in Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter’s Congressional offices in Dover, NH and Washington, DC.
Check the NH Council for the Arts E-Opps page for more information on this call and others: NH Council on the Arts – E-Opps.