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Brianna Smith, a recent painting graduate from the UNH Art Department has a solo exhibition at the Elliott Alumni Center through January 2015. Come see the show “For the Love of Color” for yourself! Source article and featured photo: On Their Way

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Today, UNH had the privilege to hear a talk on three different prints which are currently exhibiting in the GraphiCornucopia show in the Museum of Art. The museum fellows (Matthew Kasabian, Alexandra Marceau, Avery Johnson) conducted research on their artists and presented to us their findings as well as their own insights and opinions on […]

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. To celebrate this, the German department worked with the Art department to create a physical representation of the barrier between East and West Berlin. In result, Sculpture Professor Ben Cariens and Adam Pearson designed and built this twelve-foot wall that was unveiled […]

Have you signed up for the MFA trip that’s taking place tomorrow? The department has a charter bus going to Boston leaving tomorrow morning. This is open to all UNH students so tell your friends and sign up before they run out of seats! DETAILS: Date: Friday, October 10 Times: 8:30 am – leave PCAC 10:00 am […]


Have you been in the Dimond Library lately? Sitting in the lobby is a giant lobster coffin made by our very own woodworking students and Eric Anang, the coffin-maker who gave an artist talk a few weeks ago. This only took them less than a week from start to finish, so be sure to stop by the […]

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Did you know that the UNH Museum of Art is screening Jon Imber’s Left Hand every Saturday and Sunday afternoon through October 19th? This is a perfect opportunity if you missed the Art Break screening a few weeks ago. It is free of charge and open to the public, so bring your family and friends to see this incredible […]


This afternoon, Nick Capasso, director of the Fitchburg Art Museum, visited the MoA to talk about the work of Jon Imber. He gave a brief overview of the history of expressionism, which greatly influenced artist Philip Guston, who happened to be one of Jon Imber’s painting professors. As a professor, Guston encouraged his students to paint […]


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