Don’t forget that NH offers a free fishing day, the first Saturday of June, 2014. No license is required for freshwater and saltwater sport fishing for residents or nonresidents on this day. If you get ‘hooked’ on fishing, you can now buy a license for the rest of the year right online. Click on the fish for more info:
Image: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. Rainbow Trout.
April is recognized as National Poetry Month. The Teti Library / Eye Gallery will celebrate by hosting an evening of poetry readings from NHIA faculty, including Ryan Flaherty, S. Stephanie and from NHIA faculty, student and staff writers. Save the date for April 3rd at 6:30 pm when we will gather in the Fuller Hall Foyer for poetry, lively conversation and fun! Learn more about National Poetry month here: National Poetry Month
NHIA announces their 6th Annual Mt. Washington Summer Workshop to be held June 15 – 20th, 2014. This program provides an opportunity for students to immerse themselves in a week-long intensive exploration in photography and painting while experiencing the majestic White Mountains. Mt. Washington Landscape Painting will be led by NHIA’s Chair of Painting, Patrick McCay. Digital Landscape Photography will be led by NHIA’s Gallery Director and Faculty member, Andy Lucas. Visit the site for more details here: Mt. Washington Summer Workshops
As part of NHIA’s DAaDA series, award-winning author, Paul Harding, will give a talk titled Truth and the Imagination. Please join the NHIA Graduate Programs for a wine and cheese reception to meet Mr. Harding before his talk on April 10th, from 5-6pm, in the French Gallery.
The CAA (College Art Association) announces a call for entries for the 2014 Cloud Prize.
“Cloud Project invites artists, new and emerging, residing in the US, to submit work for consideration to the 2014 Cloud Prize. Notable curator, Anthony Elms, who currently serves as co-curator for the 2014 Whitney Biennial, will review all completed submissions and will choose one to three recipients of an award worth up to $1,000. We encourage artists from a range of media including sculpture, painting, drawing, photography, printmaking, site-specific installation, video, sound, performance, collaborations and socially engaged practices.”
Enter here for more details: 2014 Cloud Prize
The Eye Gallery at the Teti Library invites the NHIA community and beyond, to attend the closing reception of Greece Through the Ages: A Photographic Journey on Friday, March 28th at 4:00 pm. This collection of photographs is a sampling of the images that were gathered during NHIA’s 2013 Summer Abroad program to Greece – a collaboration with the Hellenic American University.
Visit NHIA’s site to learn more about the Summer Abroad program for 2014: Photographing Athens, Greece.