Monthly Archives: August 2012

STUDENTS: HAPPY TO HAVE YOU BACK!

School Bus

Welcome NHIA Students!  Please stop by the Library to say hello and see our new website and online resources. We will be closed on Monday, September 3rd, for Labor Day, but open for business at 8 am on Tuesday.  We look forward to a great semester ahead!

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NHIA 2012 FACULTY EXHIBITION

The New Hampshire Institute of Art proudly presents the 2012 Faculty Exhibition from August 29th through September 26, 2012.  This diverse collection will include items from a wide range of media including Ceramics, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Illustration, Graphic Design, and Interdisciplinary media as well.  The opening reception will be held at the Amherst Street Gallery on September 5th from 5-7 pm.

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SYNONYMS

Maureen Mills, Chairperson of the Ceramics Department at NHIA, will be exhibiting works in Synonyms at the George Marshall Store Gallery in York, Maine.  She will also be leading a gallery talk to take place on Sunday, September 16th at 3pm.  For more information, contact the George Marshall Store Gallery at 207-351-1083

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TETI LIBRARY CLOSED, FRIDAY AUGUST 24TH

Reading. Elias Mollineaux Bancroft – Graham Reed Fine Art, York, North Yorkshire, UK / Bridgeman Art Library / Universal Images Group

The library will be closed on Friday, August 24th for a staff development retreat.  We will reopen on Monday, August 27th at 9:00 a.m.  See the library’s website for library hours for the 2012-13 academic year. Teti Library

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MULTIPLE PERSPECTIVES AT UNH

The Museum of Art at the University of New Hampshire will be exhibiting the works of Peter Milton and Douglas Prince in an exhibition titled, Multiple Perspectives: New Work by Peter Milton and Douglas Prince.  Both artists present digital collage works, described as “poetic and richly layered works of art offer(ing) multiple perspectives of entirely new worlds.”

The exhibition opens on Friday, September 7th from 6-8 p.m. and will be open alongside UNH’s Art Faculty Review: Benjamin S. Cariens, Craig Hood, Michael McConnell, and Jennifer Moses and Gary Haven Smith: Freshly Cut Stone.

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