After six years of an art-museum-less Harvard, the University opened up the formerly-known Fogg Museum, Busch Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum on November 16th. The 250,000+ pieces of artwork at Harvard used to be stored and displayed in three different buildings, which the architect decided to consolidate into a single building now […]


Wow, it sure feels like it’s been forever since this blog has been updated; sorry about that! But don’t worry, we are back, and here to bring good news. UNH now has a Student Art Association! It just started up a few weeks ago, and about ten of us met to gather ideas to bring […]

Brian Chu - artist talk

Yesterday, the MoA held an Art Break where many of us had the privilege of hearing faculty artists Brian Chu (painter) and Michael Cardinali (photographer) talk about their work. From Michael’s photographs of Boston and his wife Pia, to Brian’s landscape paintings of Ascoli, we’re certainly delighted to be able to have such talented artists as our […]


If you have not been in the Visual Resource Center in the past few days, we have great news: The computer station is finally set up! To clarify, this is not the same as the computer stations in the foyer outside the VRC. This new station is located near the window in the back of […]


Today, the new exhibition is up in the MoA. Upstairs you will see Unnaturally Beautiful, that feature ballpoint drawings by Joo Lee Kang. Downstairs you will see the faculty show, featuring works in multiple media by Scott Schnepf, Leah Woods, Julee Holcombe, Brian Chu, and Michael Cardinali. Don’t forget to come to the opening reception this upcoming Thursday night, […]

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A few days ago, the Senior Seminar and the Sculpture Workshop classes went on a field trip to the Peabody Essex Museum. The museum is located in the heart of Salem, Massachusetts, so if you go down during this time of year, you will see many stores, residents, and tourists celebrating Salem’s favorite holiday: Halloween. If […]

Francisco Goya's Witches' Sabbath

If you are looking for something to do tonight, the Museum of Fine Art in Boston is hosting a college night for students in New England. Their event page reads: From “Goya: Order and Disorder” to Egyptian mummies, students have the opportunity to explore haunting images in the Museum’s collection while enjoying free gelato, a live performance from […]


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