2014 Ceramics Biennial Call for Entry
The New Hampshire Institute of Art is pleased to announce the Ceramics Biennial Exhibition 2014, a national juried exhibition for clay artists. This exhibition will be on display in the Amherst Street Gallery.
Click here for more Information or Download a Submission Form as a PDF
SAVE THE DATE
Thursday, November 13, 2014< br />
10 Middle St
Music, Cocktails, Appetizers, Merriment, Extraordinary Artwork & Art "Experiences" for Sale!
Artwork Credit: Seeking Harmony II by Debbie Kinson
New Hampshire Institute of Art
Town Hall Meeting
On Wednesday July 2nd 2014 the New Hampshire Institute of Art held an open-to-the-public collective discussion regarding the potential merger between the Institute and Southern New Hampshire University.
If you were not able to attend, you can view it on Vimeo by clicking here.
The Institute and
Souther New Hampshire University
Discuss Possible Merger
The NH Institute of Art has been engaged in some exciting discussions regarding a potential merger between the Institute and Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU).
On June 16th, both boards for the Institute and SNHU approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to intelligently, strategically and realistically explore what a merger between our two institutions would look like and if a merger would be a good fit—for both schools.
Click here to read the full address from Acting President Rick Strawbridge
THE ARTFUL EYE: Refining Your Photographic Vision
With Manchester as the backdrop, this inspired workshop will cover a variety of photographic approaches to creating stronger work–from a powerful singular image to approaching a cohesive story through a fusion of fine art and documentary vocabulary. Each day will present different challenges ranging from creative portraits to street photography, and iPhone selfies to exploring the narrative voice in the urban landscape.
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Graduate Programs Faculty Exhibition 2014
July 5 – August 30, 2014
Sharon Arts Center Exhibition Gallery,
30 Grove Street, Peterborough, NH
Opening Reception: Friday, July 25, 2014, 5–7pm
New Hampshire Institute of Art Master of Fine Arts (MFA) low-residency program offers concentrations in Visual Arts, Photography, Creative Writing, and Writing for Stage and Screen. NHIA also offers a Master of Art in Art Education (MAAE), a program designed for the certified working educator.
For more information visit: www.nhia.edu/graduate-programs
Masters of Fine Arts Program
Held at New Hampshire Institute of Arts Sharon Art's campus in Sharon and Peterborough NH — The goal of the Masters of Fine Arts in Visual Arts, Photography, Creative Writing and Writing for Stage and Screen is to cultivate artists who understand, engage and evolve the professional field in which they are interested. Each student will graduate from NHIA’s MFA program with: a comprehensive awareness of the world of art; an understanding of their role in that world; life-long conceptual, creative, professional and intellectual artistic goals; and to identify the support mechanisms, skills, and expertise to complete and exceed these goals.
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