BA and MFA Thesis Exhibition
April 21 – May 19, 2016
Opening Reception: Friday, April 21, 2017, 6:00-8:00pm
This annual exhibition celebrates the achievements of the Bachelor of Arts and Master of Fine Arts degree candidates from the University’s Department of Art and Art History.
The MFA Thesis Exhibition is funded in part by the University’s Department of Art and Art History.
Closer Readings: New Hampshire Writers Respond to Art
February 2 – May 19, 2017
Distinguished writers from across the State respond to significant works of art in the permanent collection of the Museum of Art by former faculty, students, artists active today, and those closely associated with the State’s artistic heritage.
Image credit: John Woodsum Hatch, South Point Star II, (detail), 1980, Acrylic on gesso on Masonite board, 24" x 48", Collection of the Museum of Art, UNH, 1986.4
All exhibitions are supported by the Friends of the Museum and by the NH State Council on the Arts, Public Value Partnership Grant
Dale Rogers: Seasons & Cardinal
On View in the Mills Courtyard through May 2017
Mills courtyard pops with energy this fall with the installation of sculptor Dale Rogers' Seasons, a stand of four stylized steel and fused-glass trees. Designed specifically for the Museum of Art and custom fabricated in his Haverhill, Massachusetts studio, each of the trees has a unique and vivid glass pattern representing one of the New England seasons. This installation is supported by FEDCO Charitable Foundation.
A second sculpture, Cardinal, is installed on the corner of Pettee Brooke Road and Main Street on campus.
Dale Rogers, Haverhill, MA
Wendy Klemperer: Restraint and Release
On View in the Mills Courtyard EXTENDED through May 2016!
Brooklyn-based artist Wendy Klemperer fashions arresting, realistic looking wildlife sculptures from welded scraps of steel—a material that conveys the raw, untamed quality of the animals she depicts. This two-year exhibition features Chain Hounds and Caribou (Ihumataq), which is located at the front of the Johnson Theatre, Paul Creative Arts Center. Wendy Klemperer: Restraint and Release will be on view in the Mills Courtyard through May 2015, and is provided with support from the FEDCO Charitable Foundation.