Peggy Vagts, flute and Hsiang Tu, piano with the Ravos Quartet/ Gergana Haralampieva and Geneva Lewis, violins; Zhanbo Zheng, viola; and Audrey Chen, ‘cello
The Ravos Quartet is an honors quartet from New England Conservatory.
The program will include two works by Amy Beach:
Theme and Variations for Flute and String Quartet, Op. 80
Sonata in A Minor, Op. 34
Funding for this series was provided by the Class of 1936 Cultural Enrichment Fund, with special thanks to UNH’s Provost Nancy Targett and Dean Heidi Bostic of the College of Liberal Arts; and the Department of Music, Jenni Cook, Chair.
Made Masculine explores perceptions of masculinities by thirteen contemporary artists.
This panel conversation moderated by Dr. Lisa Crossman, Guest curator, Fitchburg Art Museum, will focus on the work and perspectives of three exhibiting artists: Caleb Cole, Andrew Mowbray, and David Hilliard
Each will offer a brief presentation, which will be followed by a discussion that will pay special attention to the exhibition's central themes of strength, desire, and intimacy.
How does a state with the motto “Live Free or Die” and a celebrated legacy of abolitionism confront and understand its participation in slavery, segregation, and the neglect of African-American history?
Jacqueline Jones Royster, Dean of the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts at the Georgia Institute of Technology, will deliver the 2017 Holden Lecture titled "An Ecosystem for 21st Century Global Leadership."
Nihco Gallo studied Mechanical Engineering at UNH from 2010-15. He currently operates Portsmouth Industrial Design and mangages the Phillips Exeter Academy's design lab. He has taught woodworking and 3D design classes at Port City Makerspace.