January 26-April 3, 2016 (closed March 11-20 & March 27)
This exhibition presents three artists whose paintings originates from specific locations and sets of conditions used as departure points to explore perception, memory, history, and motion. Rooted in landscape and mapping, the works of art diverge from depictions of mimetic physical reality to forceful abstract expressions of places and moments. Exhibiting artists include, Sophia Ainslie, Nathan Miner, and Cristi Rinklin.
Six-week program in Spanish language and culture at the Institute of San Joaquín de Flores. The program combines two Spanish courses, cultural fieldtrips and optional weekend trips. Classes meet daily Monday through Friday. Students will earn the equivalent of up to eight credit hours upon the completion of the program. Courses can be used to fulfill requirements for Discovery, Spanish major or minor.
Six-week program offering courses in history, literature, and humanities at Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge University.
Each year, undergraduate and graduate students travel to Cambridge where they take two courses from offerings in English literature, writing, and history. Studies are at Gonville and Caius, established in 1348 and the fourth-oldest of Cambridge University's thirty-one colleges. For over three decades, the UNH Summer Program in Cambridge has provided more than 1,600 students with the opportunity to learn first-hand the truth of E.M. Forster's observation: Cambridge is, indeed, a magical place. Discover it for yourself.
"Implementing 'Precision' Medicine: Ethical Concerns in a Postgenomic World"
Dr. Barbara Koenig
Institute for Health and Aging, UCSF
The Saul O Sidore Memorial Lecture Series was established in 1965 in memory of Saul O Sidore of Manchester, New Hampshire. The purpose of the series is to offer the University community and the state of New Hampshire programs that raise critical and sometimes controversial issues facing our society. The University of New Hampshire Center for the Humanities sponsors the programs.
The Department of Art and Art History and the UNH-in-Italy Program announce a 5 week program of Landscape Painting and Art History: Italy–A Civilization in Layers. Students have the opportunity to take two courses (ARTS 796: Painting in Italy & ARTS 695: Art and Architecture of the Italian City-State) for 8 credits that satisfy department requirements for majors and minors as well as requirements for university-wide electives. The program includes field trips to Rome, Florence and Venice and other small trips to landscapes closer to the beautiful town of Ascoli Piceno where the program and the students reside.
A Connecticut tenant farm in 1923. On this barren patch of earth, can two lost souls find hope under a lover’s moon? In Eugene’s O’Neill’s touching and heartbreaking classic, we are introduced to one of theater’s most important and complex female characters- Josie Hogan. A boisterous Irish woman with a quick tongue and a tarnished reputation. It's been a hard and lonely life, working the Tyrone farm with her bullying father. When James Tyrone Jr.'s mother dies, he returns to the farm to settle the estate. One night, under the autumn moon, he opens his heart to Josie. Sparks fly and hope is rekindled as two "misbegotten" souls come together. But as dawn breaks, is the saving grace of love enough to overcome a lifetime of disappointment?