Missing You – Places Where People Should Be, opens tomorrow, October 4th, 2017 at noon in the Eye Gallery at Teti Library. Join us in celebrating the works of NHIA student, Allison Rose, have a snack and celebrate student success! All are welcome!
Books will take over the Fuller Hall Lobby on Tuesday-Thursday, October 3-5, 2017 for the Teti Library’s Student Book Sale! All NHIA Students, Alumni, Faculty and Staff are invited to attend. This year’s collection includes books on a variety of subject areas and many are only $1.00 each, (others are specially priced). Please bring your own bags. Cash or checks are accepted. Wheelbarrows allowed!
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
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.
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…
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.