New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA) is pleased to announce the launch of The Rabbit Hole Exhibition, focused on works that challenge and comment on perception through video, mixed media, GIFS and painting, at their Sharon Arts Center Campus in Peterborough, NH. The exhibit is presented in conjunction with Launch F18 and BitForms Gallery in NYC.
Curated by Tim Donovan (NHIA Alumni and Co-Director of Launch F18, NYC), the exhibition borrows from Lewis’s metaphor from Alice in Wonderland, taking the viewer into lands that are unfamiliar yet familiar. Established artists such as Ann Hamilton, Jessica Stockholder and Tony Oursler join emerging and local artists in this collective production, which will entice, question and provoke.
The opening reception is November 6, 2015, 5-7pm. The exhibit is free and open to the public and runs November 6 – December 26, 2015. Gallery Hours are Monday through Saturday, 10am – 6pm; Sunday, 11am – 5pm.
For more information about this exhibits, upcoming exhibits or how to become a member of New Hampshire Institute of Art, please contact the Assistant Exhibitions Director Kate Lenahan at email@example.com, 30 Grove St, Peterborough, NH 03458
About New Hampshire Institute of Art
Since 1898 the New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA) has remained committed to its original mission of engaging students, artists, scholars, and the community in the arts through quality education, outreach, and access to creative resources, with a focus on the present and a vision on the future. NHIA is a non-profit, independent college that offers four-year Bachelor of Fine Art degree programs in Art Education, Ceramics, Creative Writing, Design, Fine Arts, Illustration, and Photography. NHIA also offers two-year Master of Arts in Art Education, and Master of Fine Art programs in Creative Writing, Photography, Visual Art, and Writing for the Stage and Screen in addition to serving over 1,500 students annually through its community education programs. NHIA’s academic and administrative programs and residence halls are housed in 11 buildings spread throughout downtown Manchester with additional studio and exhibition facilities located in Sharon and Peterborough, New Hampshire.