Fall 2023 Exhibitions
  • A painting of black man with arms crossed in the foreground and the word "Strike" written below in red ink . Background shows other men, a factory, clocks, and people sitting around a conference table looking toward the man in the foreground.

    Sue Coe, Strike, 1980, mixed media on paper, 27 5/8 x 20 5/8 inches. Sue Coe: Strike. 1980. © 1980 Sue Coe. Courtesy Galerie St. Etienne, New York


Sue Coe: Why No Justice?

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  • A collage with a black background and deep jewel toned colors layered, with fine white light connecting lines, white crosses, shapes, and legs up to the knees wading in water.

    Jordan Seaberry, The American Ocean (detail), 2021, Acrylic, collage, mixed media on canvas, 52 x 54 

Jordan Seaberry: An Historical Correction Experienced with Sight

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  • a collage of two faces laying ona floor, looking at eachother. the faces are black silhouettes but the clothing is bright and patchwork

    ransome, Love #3, 2022, de'collage and collage, 24 x 24 inches

ransome, Love #3

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Past Exhibitions

a painted portrait of a man's head and upper torso in bright orange and olive green




photograph of a four students in black and white

The Senior BA and BFA Thesis Exhibition

The Senior BA and BFA Thesis Exhibition

The Senior BA and BFA Thesis Exhibition

woman on couch rests in despair attended to by other women and two cats

Myths Retold: Paintings by Rosemarie Beck

Myths Retold: Paintings by Rosemarie Beck

Myths Retold: Paintings by Rosemarie Beck

Couple on deck with baby under umbrella

Grant Drumheller: In the Garden

Grant Drumheller: In the Garden

Grant Drumheller: In the Garden

Artist Talk: Paul Creative Arts Center Mural Artist Michael Menchaca

Artist Talk with Michael Menchaca Graphic


Join artist Michael Menchaca and Dr. Sara Withers, Senior Lecturer in Anthropology in their discussion of Menchaca's mural Hope Is a Discipline and its relation to contemporary topics in Latin America including indigeneity, immigration, and the relationship between globalization, power, and surveillance.

Via Zoom, Wednesday, November 10, 2021 1:10 - 2:00 pm. 

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MOA Awarded NEH Grant

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The Museum of Art of the University of New Hampshire has been awarded a $10,000 Preservation Assistance Grant for Smaller Institutions from the National Endowment of the Humanities. The grant, designed to help small to mid-sized institutions improve the ability to preserve and care for their collections, will be used by the Museum to purchase temperature and humidity monitoring equipment, equipment to monitor and reduce light levels in exhibition and storage areas, and purchase archival storage materials. These opportunities for improvement in the Museum were identified through a Collections Assessment for Preservation Survey Grant awarded in 2019.

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Wendy Klemperer: Artist at Sea

Wendy Klemperer Watercolor seascape

A new exhibition, Wendy Klemperer: Artist at Sea will be on view at the Museum of Art, University of New Hampshire beginning August 30 -October 15, 2021. 

In 2019, Wendy Klemperer joined Dr. Jennifer Miksis-Olds, Director of the Center for Acoustics Research and Education, University of New Hampshire for a unique three-week artist residency at sea as part of a project focused on the development of the Atlantic Deepwater Ecosystem Observatory Network (ADEON). Her pencil sketches of the crew members highlight the collaborative nature of scientific research and her watercolors of the sea and ocean life celebrate the scientific and experiential rewards of conducting environmental research outdoors.

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