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Monthly Archives: February 2016
On Wednesday, February 24th at 4pm, The Eye Gallery at the Teti Library opens an exhibition of both photographs and paintings from NHIA’s most recent Landscape Retreat in NH’s Monadnock region. The Landscape Retreat is a NHIA Community Education / BFA offering and its location varies from year to year. Learn more about the retreat planned for Summer, 2016 and other professional development opportunities here : NHIA Community Education – Summer Landscape Painting and Photography Artist Retreat
Image: Robert Shiels, View of Contoocook Lake, Rindge NH, digital photograph, 2015.
As spring fashions bring us out a the winter blues, now might be a great time to visit the MFA for their exhibition of illustrations by Kenneth Paul Block. Visit the MFA’s website for more information on the show, and scroll down the page for a slideshow snippet of the exhibition. MFA – Kenneth Paul Block Illustrations
New Hampshire Institute of Art Faculty Member, Patricia Schappler, featured in New Hampshire Magazine, March 2016
Click on the link below to learn more about how Patricia works as an artist and stop by the Teti Library to see the article in print:
Poets & Writers (magazine) offers many opportunities for the emerging writer on their Classifieds page. Visit their site often to see upcoming ‘calls’ such as this one below. See the current issue on the Teti Library shelves.
POEMS WANTED for anthology on theme of Forgotten Women. Particularly interested in poems about real women who have been overshadowed or overlooked, but other interpretations of the theme are welcome. Electronic submissions preferred. https://graysonbooks.submittable.com/submit, or mail up to 5 original poems to: Forgotten Women, Grayson Books, P.O. Box 270549, W. Hartford, CT 06127. Include contact info on each poem. SASE for mailed submissions. Simultaneous submissions okay. Previously published work is fine if you own the rights. Include a $6 reading fee. www.graysonbooks.com.
State-of-the-art 3D printing led by the Smithsonian in 2014, was used to create a bust of President Obama, now on display at the National Portrait Gallery for Presidents Day. Visit the NYTimes here to see a video clip of how the bust was made: NYTimes- White House Video