Monthly Archives: September 2017

Missing You – Places Where People Should Be …Coming to Eye Gallery at Teti Library

Missing You  – Places Where People Should Be is a series of watercolors by NHIA student, Allison Rose,  to be exhibited in the Eye Gallery during the month of October.  This thoughtful exhibition of works on paper (with related ephemera) will officially open with a reception on Wednesday, October 4th at noon. Please join us to view this collection, meet the artist, have a snack and celebrate student success! All are welcome.
Image: Allison Rose, detail, (from) Missing You – Places Where People Should Be, w/c on paper, 2017

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Kelley Stelling Contemporary – Take a look!

Great art opportunities are popping up all around us!  Kelley Stelling Contemporary of 221 Hanover Street, will officially open with their inaugural exhibition, Pairings on October 19, from 5:30 to 7:30 pm. Works by James Chase, Director of NHIA’s Community Education Program will also be coming to Kelley Stelling Contemporary in November, so stay tuned!  Keep track of this new gallery on Facebook – Kelley Stellings Contemporary.

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NYTimes – Puts a different Focus on Photography

A female photojournalist speaks out about how women were not included in a recent study by Nikon. See how this photographer devotes a database to females in photography. NYTimes – Nikon Picked 32 Photographers…

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NHIA’s Photography Chair, Yoav Horesh at Uppsala FotoFestival

NHIA’s Photography Chair, Yoav Horesh, will join the The Uppsala (Sweden) FotoFestival, held this year from September 21-24th.  This Festival presents a diverse group of photo-exhibitors and speakers, with unique viewpoints from around the world. View the Uppsala FotoFestival website here, and visit the programme to learn more about Yoav’s involvement.

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Join the Currier in ‘Welcoming Week’ celebrations!

September 15th – 24th, 2017 is Welcoming Week here in Manchester.  Welcoming Week encourages everyone from the community to celebrate diversity and embrace our connections with our immigrant and refugee neighbors.   Learn how the Currier Museum of Art is participating here: Welcome Manchester

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Book sales Book sales!! Keep your calendars open!

Buying quality, used books is a great way to build your own personal library.  Manchester City Library will be having a book sale on Saturday, September 23rd, from 10 am to 1 pm.  Click the image below, (courtesy of Manchester City Library), to see the details. …And stay tuned for info on the Teti Library’s upcoming student book sale which will take place the last week of September, 2017!

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Currier Museum of Art Celebrates Community & Gary Samson, NH’s Artist Laureate

Save the Date!
Join the Currier Museum of Art on Thursday, September 7, 2017 for a ceremony to honor Gary Samson, NH’s Artist Laureate.  This free event will include a talk given by Samson, live music and more! (Reserve your tickets for Gary’s talk as they are limited.) Click here to learn more about this event and to Reserve your tickets today!
Currier Museum of Art – Currier After Hours

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