Multiple dates from Thursday, April 25th to Friday, May 17th
IMPACT & MFA Thesis Exhibition & Senior BA and BFA Exhibition: April 12- May 17
Weekly Hours: M, T, W, F 10-4 pm, Th. 10-6, Sat. 12-4 pm
Celebrating the 2018 recipients of the Piscataqua Region Artist Advancement Grant given by the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation. this prestigious award recognizes the important contribution of working artists to the cultural life of the region by providing an annual financial award to promote the artistic growth of artists and crafts people. Featuring Sachiko Akiyama Assistant Professor, UNH, 2018 award winner and finalists Tara Lewis, BA ‘92 and Jocelyn Toffic, BA ‘07.
MFA Thesis Exhibition & Senior BA and BFA Exhibition
This annual exhibition celebrates the achievements of the Master of Fine Arts, Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Fine Arts degree candidates from the University’s Department of Art and Art History. Exhibiting artists include, MFA candidate, Jenna Smith, BFA candidates, Adeline Boysen, Daniel Faiella, Rachel Goyette, Julianna Sagliano. The MFA thesis Exhibition is funded by the Department of Art and Art History.
OFF SITE: 3S Artspace
Yu-Wen Wu - High-Water Mark
April 19- May 26
Opening Reception: Friday, April 19, 5–8 pm, 3S Artspace, 19 Vaughan Street, Portsmouth
High-Water Mark is a multimedia, regionally specific installation by Boston based artist Yu-Wen Wu whose experiences as an immigrant have shaped the themes of her work: examining issues of displacement, movement, assimilation, culture and identity. High-Water Mark was organized by the University of New Hampshire and curated by Kristina Durocher, Director, Museum of Art, supported by the UNH Arts Initiative. The UNH Arts Initiative is a donor-funded project that supports UNH arts programming in New Hampshire, taking the great art created in Durham to all corners of the State. Additional support was provided by 3S Artspace
Programs and Events:
Wednesday, April 24, 12–2 pm
Naked Arts I: Creativity Exposed!
Thursday, April 25, 12:40–2 pm
Naked Arts II: Creativity Exposed!
The Undergraduate Research Conference (URC), celebrates students’ academic achievements. This may include performances, excerpts from their writings or works of art exhibited in the Museum to illustrate their creative scholarship in the arts. Museum of Art, PCAC
Wednesday, May 1, 12:10–1 pm
Artist Talk: MFA Thesis Exhibition, MFA candidate Jenna Smith leads a discussion about her MFA Thesis and studio practice. Museum of Art, PCAC
Wednesday, May 8, 12:10–1 pm
Artist Talk: IMPACT, Tara Lewis, BA ’92 and Jocelyn Toffic, BA ’07, Runners-up of the 2018 Piscataqua Region Artists Advancement Grant New Hampshire Charitable Foundation will lead a discussion about their studio practice and process. Museum of Art, PCAC
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Museum of Art, UNH
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