Ghana's leading fantasy coffin artist will be an artist-in-residence at University of New Hampshire's Department of Art and Art History, Sept. 22 -26. Eric Adjetey Anang will give a public lecture about art and offer workshop demonstrations of his processes while he sculpts a fantasy coffin unique to New Hampshire.
The Department of Music welcomes guest trombonist, David Loucky, Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014 at 8 pm in Bratton Recital Hall of the Paul Creative Arts Center, on the Durham campus. Dr. Loucky, a low brass specialist, performs on all low brass instruments.
The University of New Hampshire will mark the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall in Germany through a series of lectures, film screenings, and panel conversations. University students will both create and dismantle a representation of a wall segment.
You know those media reports about the daunting job market facing recent college graduates? And the ones that ask, "Is college worth it?" All of which might lead you to believe that majoring in a high-tech field is not just a smart path toward career success -- but the only path?
Peggy Vagts is serving as the on-site director for the UNH London Program at Regent’s University, London for the 2014-2015 academic year. UNH has a long-standing relationship with Regent’s dating from the 1980’s. UNH music students have frequently studied abroad for a semester (or in the past, for a year) and two Music faculty members, Keith Polk and Cleveland Howard
Laurence Armand French, senior researcher and affiliate professor of Justiceworks, provides commentary about the shooting death last month of an African-American teenager by a white police officer in Ferguson, MO, and the resulting protests and violence.