For $60.00 you can try a hand at blacksmithing this weekend by visiting 7097 Sanborn Road in Loudon, NH. The Forge will be open for beginners or folks who have experience with forging metalworks. Contact the Sanborn Mills Farm for more information here: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their site: www.sanbornmills.org
Join NHIA’s MFA student artists on Saturday, 06/28/2014 as they share their recent work. Enjoy wine and hors d’ oeuvres while viewing art from the visual artists. Creative writers, as well as the stage and screen writers, will also read selections from their recent work.
When: 6:00 pm
Where: Sharon Arts Center Gallery 30 Grove Street, Peterborough, NH
For more information about the program please contact email@example.com
Earlier this year, the American Museum of Natural History announced the launch of their new image database from their Special Collections. This database of over 7,000 images, illustrates the rich and varied collection of book illustrations, photos and images from rare books and other materials held by the museum. Just in their Natural Histories collection alone, they offer images in the areas of Herpetology, Astronomy, Ichthyology, Ornithology and more. Visit their site here to explore: AMNH – Digital Special Collections
NHMagazine.com has rounded up their best Arts, Culture & People of 2014. If you haven’t seen their picks yet, check them out here: nhmagazine.com
NPR sat down with Librarian, Nancy Pearl, for one of their recent Morning Edition interviews and of all the titles to choose from, Pearl chose Understories from NHIA’s Creative Writer Instructor and well-known NH author, Tim Horvath to discuss. Listen here to Steve Inskeep’s chat with Pearl: NPR –Librarian Nancy Pearl Maps Out A Plan For Your Summer Reading
The Norris Cotton Cancer Centers of NH are welcoming artists to submit works for their Healing with Art exhibitions to be opened later this year. Visit their site to learn more here: Dartmouth Hitchcock Norris Cotton Cancer – Focus.
Artists – get your submission forms here: Healing with Art – Mission and Process
The Currier Museum of Art has added to their collection of works by John Marin, with their recent acquisition of his work, Movement in Red (1946). This important late painting depicts the artist’s interpretation of a coastal scene in Maine and is alive with bold brushstrokes and inventive color. Learn more on its acquisition here: Artdaily.org