New American Paintings, an exciting magazine featuring works by contemporary artists, is looking for work from current or recently graduated MFA students. Entries will be accepted until October 31, 2017. New American Paintings is available in Teti Library’s periodicals collection, so stop by to see the current issues and read more about this competition here: MFA Annual Competition
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NHIA Community, join us for:
Art and Understanding of New Hampshire’s Refugee Communities
Friday, October 27 at 1pm / French Hall Auditorium
Image: Becky Field, Bhutanese women pray and sing during a Hindu celebration of Lord Krishna’s birthday, or Janmashtami, (detail) 2012
Hear how Becky Field (NHIA photography certificate graduate) was able to bridge the divide between native-born Granite Staters and our immigrant neighbors through her project Different Roots, Common Dreams. (Teti Library owns a copy of this book!)
Listen as a member of the Bhutanese community recounts their personal experience—why they had to leave their homeland, what it was like in a refugee camp, and finally what has the experience been settling in New Hampshire.
Enjoy dance and song as a young person from the New Hampshire Bhutanese community performs for us.
Sponsored by: AS Insurance, and NHIA’s Student Leadership Committee, Foundations Department and Teti Library and Special Collections.
Bhutanese tea will be served! All NHIA Community Welcome
ArtFront’s latest exhibition, Culture Shock, includes some familiar NHIA faces: ArtFront
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…
Just a reminder that the Teti Library will be closed August 7-11, 2017 for NHIA’s Summer Break, but while we are away, take a look at NHIA’s exhibition calendar and start adding those events to your schedules! NHIA Events and Exhibits
Are you a professional artist looking for a focus for your art this summer? Take a look at the NH Council on the Arts for an ongoing call from Art on Loan. This program is currently calling for professional artists to submit works of art featuring the beauty of NH. If selected, the works will be displayed in Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter’s Congressional offices in Dover, NH and Washington, DC.
Check the NH Council for the Arts E-Opps page for more information on this call and others: NH Council on the Arts – E-Opps.
Each spring, NHIA welcomes guests to the BFA Annual Exhibition. This year’s show will take place on Saturday, May 20th from 6-9 pm on NHIA’s Manchester campus. Several of the classrooms and studios will be transformed into gallery space where guests can view/read works from all of NHIA’s major disciplines. Many works in the show will be for sale, so it is also a great opportunity to support emerging artists and writers!
Visit NHIA’s site to get your tickets and to learn more about the show – NHIA BFA Annual Exhibition, 2017