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Currier Museum of Art
The Currier Museum is now open to the public.
“The Currier Museum of Art is an internationally renowned art museum featuring European and American paintings, decorative arts, photographs and sculpture. The permanent collection includes works by Picasso, Matisse, Monet, O’Keeffe, Calder and Wyeth. A lively schedule of exhibitions complements the Currier’s commitment to regional art. The Currier also owns Frank Lloyd Wright’s 1950 Zimmerman House, complete with the original furnishings and the owners’ fine art collection.”
The NHAA was founded in 1940. It is a non-profit, educational, and professional association formed for the following purposes:
- To promote the arts and the profession of those artists who create art.
- To stimulate interest and participation of its members in exhibitions and professional endeavors.
- To exhibit and sell members’ works (paintings, sculpture, graphic arts, mixed media, and drawings) in a variety of juried and non-juried exhibitions.
- To advance the public understanding and appreciation of the arts.
New Hampshire Institute of Art
148 Concord Street Manchester, NH 03104
Toll Free: 866-241-4918
“…accredited by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design (NASAD), the Institute offers the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, Certificate Programs and a strong Continuing Education program. A dedicated faculty promote intellectual and artistic development and teach students to respond artistically to contemporary social, political, and aesthetic issues.”
New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists
5 Greenleaf Woods Drive
PO Box 4726 |
Portsmouth, NH 03801
“The New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists (NHSPA) supports contemporary photography as a means for creative expression and cultural insight. NHSPA focuses on the education and artistic development of its members and the community by providing exhibitions, publications, education, and outreach programs.”
40 North Main Street, Concord 03301
“The State Arts Council is a publicly funded agency within New Hampshire’s Department of Cultural Resources. It began in 1965 with the passage of a law designed ‘to insure that the role of the arts in the life of our communities will continue to grow and play an ever more significant part in the education and welfare of our citizens.’ Funding comes from state appropriations and from the National Endowment for the Arts. By law, the Arts Council can also accept private, tax-deductible donations and bequests”
“The Pastel Society of New Hampshire is a non-profit organization dedicated to the appreciation of soft pastels as a fine art medium. Founded in January 2006 by a group of pastel artists, the purpose of our society is to foster connections among pastelists of all levels throughout New Hampshire, the New England region and other states. All pastel artists are welcome and encouraged to join.
The Pastel Society of New Hampshire is a member of IAPS, International Association of Pastel Societies, linking our members with the world of other pastel societies and their members.”
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