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Distinguished American Artists Discussing Art

The Institute launches into the second half of its annual artist lecture series Distinguished American Artists Discussing Art series (DADA). The DADA lecture series is designed to bring the best of fine art discourse to the Greater Manchester community and beyond.

Order tickets by phone at (603)836-2546

Tickets are $20 per lecture. Tickets may be reserved up to 5:00 pm the day of the lecture by online registration or phone.

Tickets are non-refunadble and will not be sold at the door.M

Institute Alumni Rate! $10/lecture. Pleae call 603.836.2546 or email rsvp@nhia.edu to reserve your tickets.

Seating for students, faculty and staff is free and will be provided on a "first come, fist served" basis. Priority "reserved" seating is for paying attendees.

 

  



Marshall Arisman: The Space Between Illustration and Fine Art

French Building Auditorium
March 20, 2014, 6:00 pm


With the development of the Internet, the illustrator now has the authority of being in charge of his own medium. Even though editors and art directors still control the magazines the illustrator can now self publish their own content and control the medium that they have chosen. This has posed three main questions to every artist: 1. What to paint? 2. How to paint it? And 3. Is there financial security in being an artist? Marshall Arisman will try to illustrate these points through his own experience and work.

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marshall Arisman

  

 

  



Paul Harding: Truth and the Imagination

French Building Auditorium
April 10, 2014, 6:00 pm


Paul Harding is the author of two novels about multiple generations of a New England family: the Pulitzer Prizewinning Tinkers and Enon. A graduate of the University of Massachusetts, he was a drummer for the band Cold Water Flat before earning his MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop. Harding has also received a Guggenheim Fellowship and was a fiction fellow at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown. He has taught at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, Harvard University, and Grinnell College. He now lives in Massachusetts with his wife and two sons.

 

  

 

 

 

 

Paul Harding