If you are new to the Manchester area, you might want to get to know The Currier Museum of Art, which is an internationally recognized museum located near the New Hampshire Institute of Art! They offer a variety of fine art exhibitions and events as well as a world class permanent collection. The Currier will host ‘Currier After Hours‘ this coming Thursday evening, (September 3, 2015) at which the Boston Typewriter Orchestra will perform in the Currier’s Winter Garden Cafe.
Monthly Archives: August 2015
We can’t wait to meet you and hear about your art-filled summers!
Please stop by the Teti Library to say hello, browse our collections and meet the Library staff.
Don’t know where that class is, or an instructor’s name? We can help with ALL kinds of first-week-of-school questions, so please stop in any time and we’ll do our best to help you find your way around campus!
We are located in the Fuller Building which is on the corner of Hanover and Pine Streets. Enter the building with your student ID through our back door, or if you don’t have your ID yet, ring out doorbell to enter.
See the Teti Library’s homepage for our hours, contact info, instant chat and all kinds of resources for your studies, (chat available during open hours only). Teti Library – http://nhia.libguides.com/home
Have a great first week!
Don’t miss the Flock Gallery – Open House, tonight at the Work Nest in Concord, NH! See more here! Flock Gallery
This Sunday, August 23, 2015 The Portsmouth Book and Bar will present a Retro Book Launch!
S Stephanie and Nancy Jean Hill invite you to a Retro Re-Release Book Launch! Their chapbooks Beryllium Diary and What The News Seemed to Say (formally published by Pudding House Press) have been released by Igneus Press! Join them for an evening of Readings, Music by Deidre Randall, Bob Halperin, and Dawn Boyerof Rock My Soul. A special presentation by The City Hall Poets of their Circle Performance, and Artworks by Dover Artist/Poet Kate Knox and Maine Artist/Poet Wayne Atherton at the amazing Portsmouth Book and Bar. WHEN: Sun. August 23rd TIME: 6PM Dress: something Retro….
NHIA is proudly taking part in the inaugural New Hampshire Poetry Festival!
In conjunction with the Poetry Society of New Hampshire, NHIA will hold the festival on campus, Saturday, September 19, 2015. A variety of well-known poets and instructors will participate in this important literary gathering, including NH’s Poet Laureate, Alice Fogel. View the festival registration page here and sign up for a workshop today! NH Poetry Festival – Registration
Discover the work of seven local artists ranging from painting, ceramics, assemblage and fiber art at the Soo Rye Art Gallery in a show titled, Traveler’s Mark.
Click here for a list of participating artists and images from the show: Soo Rye Gallery
Work by NHIA’s Marcus Greene, BFA Faculty member, is included in this show!