Monthly Archives: September 2012

FACULTY WORK PUBLISHED IN CONJUNCTIONS:58

Recent work by Ryan Flaherty, writer and Liberal Arts instructor at NHIA, was recently published in Conjunctions:58 Riveted –  the Obsession Issue.  Flaherty received his M.F.A in Poetry from the University of Michigan and later his M.F.A. in Creative non-fiction from UNH.  Visit the Teti Library to see this issue and read Flaherty’s creative piece titled,Craquelure.

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CALL FOR ENTRIES – SOO RYE ART GALLERY LOOKING FOR SUBMISSIONS

The Soo Rye Art Gallery in Rye, NH is looking for works for their Winter Salon Show.  The Gallery is welcoming works from all media, with submission fees of $5.00 for 1- 5 items, and $10.00 for 6-12 items.  Soo Rye studied at the New Hampshire Institute of Art and has been exhibiting her works internationally since 1985. Visit the gallery link above for additional information.

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CALL FOR ENTRIES – LOOKING FOR SANTA

Santa Hat, Wig and Beard. Dorling Kindersley/ Dorling Kindersley / Universal Images Group

17 Cox, an “experimental and underrepresented”  gallery in Beverly, Massachusetts has recently placed a ‘call for entries’ inviting artists and non-artists to make work in response to or aiding in the return of the 20 foot Santa Claus stolen from the town of Ossipee, NH during the 2010 holiday season.    It is the gallery’s goal to aid the town in returning the Santa back to its original location before the 2012 holiday.  For details, visit the announcement at 17 Cox-Call for Entries

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ANDRE DUBUS III TO SPEAK AT NHIA ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27

As part of NHIA’s Distinguished American Artists Discussing Art Series, DAADA, writer Andre Dubus III will speak at NHIA on Thursday, September 27th at 6:30 pm.  Dubus is very well known for many award-winning works including House of Sand and Fog.  For additional information on Dubus, click here Andre Dubus and visit the Institute’s website for tickets and additional info. www.nhia.edu
The Library owns House of Sand and Fog as well as Townie: a Memoir, by Dubus, so stop by to check them out!

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FOLIAGE AND ART – LITTLETON IS KNOWN FOR BOTH

Littleton, NH is home to the annual Littleton Art Show, now in its 43rd year.  The show will take place on Saturday, September 29th on Littleton’s Main Street.  Paintings, jewelry, photography, pottery, wood creations and other media will be featured.  Combine a trip to the north country for a foliage tour and support local artists, too!
If you have any questions regarding this event, contact the Littleton Area Chamber of Commerce at 603.444.6561 or visit 43rd Littleton Art Show.

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PRINTMAKING AND THE AGE OF REMBRANDT – PRINTS OF THE MASTERS AT THE CURRIER MUSEUM OF ART

The Currier Museum of Art opens Printmaking and the Age of Rembrandt –  a show of works by master printmakers on Friday, September 29th.  This exhibition features the works of Rembrandt van Rijn and his contemporaries of the printmaking world, including Hendrick Goltzius and Jan Dirkszoon Both. Visit the Currier to compare the similarities in the artists’ work and their influences on each other in this illustrious exhibition.  The show runs through January 6th, 2013.

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PHOTOGRAPHER HONORED IN RETROSPECTIVE – GIFT OF LIMITED EDITION BOOK TO TETI LIBRARY

The Teti Library is pleased to announce a recent book acquisition, Harold Feinstein – a Retrospective, generously donated by the NHIA Photography class of 2013 for Special Collections.
This book by Jason Landry is being published/marketed by Kickstarter for the purpose of honoring Feinstein’s work. “Harold Feinstein is a living legend in the world of photography.  At 80 years old, with 60+ years in photography, he has yet to have a monograph printed of his classic black & white photographs.  We want Harold’s photographic legacy to be documented and available for everyone to appreciate his contribution to American 20th century photographic history.”
To view this book and others in the Teti Library Special Collections, please contact Library Reference to make an appointment at 836-2532 or ref@nhia.edu.

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