Students from the Fall 2017 drawing, painting, and photography classes will be exhibiting their work at the Portsmouth Music and Arts Center (973 Islington St.) from Feb. 5 to Mar. 21. Opening reception on Feb. 8 from 5-6 pm.
Panel Conversation: Sounds with Long Eye artist Wendy Jacob, Michael Palace, ambient sound artist and UNH Research Associate Professor, Institute for the Study of Earth, Oceans, and Space, and Daniel R. Howard, Ph.D., UNH Assistant Professor of Ecology, Evolution and Behavior.Paul Creative Arts Center, A218
Dr. Julia Chuang is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Boston College. Dr. Chuang received a PhD in 2014 from the Department of Sociology at the University of California, Berkeley. From 2014 to 2016 she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs at Brown University.
The Granada Study Abroad Program in Spain is a semester program at the University of Granada offered in conjunction with the "Centro de Lenguas Modernas," a division of the University of Granada located in an attractive downtown building. All of the facilities of the University are available to our students. Students from all over the world study in the "Centro" program and Spanish is therefore the common language.
Experience the history and beauty of Rome. Choose between a course in ancient Roman architecture and society (for FPA credit) or a course in Medieval and Modern Italy (for WC credit) taught by UNH faculty in Rome. Both courses include six days of study in the Eternal City followed by two days in Pompeii. A five-day online component prepares students for the on-site portion so that they will be ready to soak in Rome’s past and present. While in Rome, students stay at the Intercollegiate Center for Classical Studies.
All students pursuing a degree in Theatre & Dance must complete a capstone project which embodies the training they have received throughout their years at UNH. The performance majors appreciate the public's support at these events. These performances are free and open to the public.
THIS CONCERT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR FRIDAY, APRIL 27 AT 8 PM IN BRATTON RECITAL HALL
Pianist and composer Ryan Vigil will present the world premiere of an evening-length work for oboe, violin, and piano. Trafficking in soft dynamics, subtle gestures, and unexpected harmonic combinations, this 90-minute composition was written especially for Margaret Herlehy (UNH faculty member), whose inimitable oboe playing has garnered admiration wherever she has performed.