Gerda Peterich (1906-1974), a German-trained photographer, established a studio in New York City in 1939 and after decades of teaching retired to New Hampshire in 1968. The black and white photographs on view from the permanent collection include tightly structured, often abstract, landscapes and images of architectural ornamentation that echo the spirit of German realist photography of the 1920s and ‘30s.
Museum of Art, Paul Creative Arts Center, 30 Academic Way
Registration for Summer Session courses begins on March 30, 2015. Full summer information can be found at www.unh.edu/summersession.
The first summer term begins May 26.
UNH Students can register online through WEBCAT. No RAC required. Non-UNH and new students can download and complete a registration form, and submit by mail, fax, in-person, or over the phone. More registration information can be found at www.unh.edu/summersession/registration.html
A beautiful medieval city in the province of the Marches, Ascoli Piceno is an unspoiled provincial capital, enjoying much of the cultural richness and vibrancy of larger cities, while preserving the charm and authenticity of a medieval city off the usual tourist itinerary. Students interested in learning about spending a spring semester in Ascoli Piceno on the UNH-in-Italy Program should attend one of these information sessions. If you are unable to attend but would like more information, please e-mail email@example.com.
Experience the history, architecture and art history of the ancient Romans the way they did—in Rome itself! Students interested in learning more about the 2016 J-Term in Rome program should attend this information session. If you are unable to attend but would like more information, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don Quixote Choreographed by Assaf Benchetrit This is the UNH Choreography Debut of new Professor of Ballet Assaf Benchetrit.
Rainforest Choreographed by Gay Nardone This years Jazz/Tap/Aerial piece takes audiences on a journey through the tropical rainforest. Watch as dancers fly, tap, and dance their way through this exotic landscape.