Book commemorating 50th Anniversary of Florence flood features essays by UNH art history professor Patricia Emison

This Friday, November 4th marks the 50th anniversary of the flood of the River Arno in Florence, Italy in 1966. The event caused extensive damage to the city’s artistic heritage. Iconic artworks such as the Gates of Paradise by Lorenzo Ghiberti and the Crucifixion by Cimabue were badly damaged and thousands of others were destroyed. To … Continue reading Book commemorating 50th Anniversary of Florence flood features essays by UNH art history professor Patricia Emison

Visiting Lecturer: Professor Joseph Leo Koerner, Art Historian (Harvard University)

On Tuesday, October 25, the Dept. of Art and Art History welcomed Professor Joseph Leo Koerner, the Victor S. Thomas Professor of the History of Art and Architecture at Harvard University. Speaking to a packed auditorium in the Paul Creative Arts Center, Prof. Koerner presented a lecture titled “The Vienna Interior: Work in Progress.” Prof. … Continue reading Visiting Lecturer: Professor Joseph Leo Koerner, Art Historian (Harvard University)

Call for Art: Alumni Photography Exhibition

The Museum of Art invites UNH alumni photographers working in all areas, medium and styles to submit entries for the 2016 Alumni Photography Exhibition. Guest juror, Kristen Gresh`97, and Yousuf Karsh, Assistant Curator of Photographs at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston will be selecting work for the exhibition. Submissions will be accepted from April 1 through May 11, … Continue reading Call for Art: Alumni Photography Exhibition

BA BFA & MFA Exhibition

If you have not seen the current exhibition in the Museum of Art, I strongly encourage you to head over and see the BA BFA & MFA Thesis Show. This exhibition showcases the work of our graduating seniors, who have been working very hard. Last week as part of the Undergraduate Research Conference, the BFA candidates each … Continue reading BA BFA & MFA Exhibition

ArtBreak: Cristi Rinklin

The latest ArtBreak in the UNH Museum of Art was with artist Cristi Rinklin. She currently has two pieces featured on the top floor of the gallery. Cristi’s work is an exploration of space and memory. Her paintings depict fragmented landscapes placed among layers of organic and cloudy forms. The landscapes look deserted and unoccupied … Continue reading ArtBreak: Cristi Rinklin