Minumental Call for Entry
Exhibition: January 28 - February 18, 2015
Opening reception and sales: Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 12-1 pm
Drop Off Date: Monday, January 26, 2015, all day at the Amherst Gallery, 77 Amherst Street.
Artwork must be no larger than 4 inches by 4 inches (3d 4” x 4” x 4”), all artwork is for sale with the maximum price set at 55.95.
Open to Students, Faculty, Staff, and Alumni. Your 2D work must be matted, labeled, and in a bag. Your 3D work must be boxed and labeled. Labels, mats and bags available for purchase at the Camera Shop & Art Supply Store, 77 Amherst Street.
Ross MacDonald, ONE-MAN SHOW:
Illustration, Letterpress & Prop Design
January 16 – February 21, 2015
French Building Gallery, 148 Concord Street
Opening Reception: January 21, 5-7pm
Ross MacDonald’s illustrations have appeared in the New York Times, the New Yorker, Rolling Stone, and Vanity Fair. He has written and illustrated several children’s books including Henry’s Hand (Abrams, 2013), and co-wrote (with James Victore) and illustrated the adult book In and Out with Dick and Jane, a Loving Parody (Abrams, 2011). His illustration and prop design for television and movies appear in HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, Cinemax’s The Knick, and many others.
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Registration Begins Dec. 1st, 2014
We are committed to providing a wide range of creative and engaging art-oriented programming. Both our Manchester and Sharon Arts Center have long, proud traditions of classes and workshops in all media. In each of our disciplines, our community.
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Celebrating the Process
November 11th, 2014 - January 1st, 2015
French Gallery, 148 Concord Street
The Ceramics Faculty represent diverse approaches to working with clay and embracing process. This exhibition coincides with the Ceramics Biennial, as well as the building and firing of an anagama kiln at the NHIA Sharon Campus. It represents work including a range of process both on and off the wheel, from sculptural to functional, and from the very small to the very large. Invited participates include Biennial Juror Kathy King and DAaDA speaker Sergei Isupov.
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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