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On the spot: Rabbit Hole Oddities

On the spot: Rabbit Hole Oddities

Hannah Donahue February 20, 2020

While some people call her jewelry odd or creepy, Alexis Blanchard, owner and creator of Rabbit Hole Oddities, views her work differently. Blanchard has found a way to create...

Dover paint nights bring families together

Dover paint nights bring families together

Hannah Donahue December 5, 2019

Patti Spinelli, owner of Paint for Fun in Dover, has created an atmosphere of family entertainment that locals love.   “The atmosphere at Paint for Fun is all about family,” Spinelli said....

Art ‘Round Town unites Portsmouth through art

Bret Belden October 10, 2019

When you think of great art, European cities come to mind: Madrid, Florence, even Paris. While Portsmouth’s no international creative hub, its monthly Art ‘Round Town event last Friday found artist...

Museum of Art opening exhibit

Hannah Donahue August 22, 2019

The Museum of Art will be opening two new exhibits on August 29. These are Orly Cogan: Children of Eden and Andy Warhol: #NOFILTER. Orly Cogan is a multimedia artist that...

A COLSA professor merges science and art

A COLSA professor merges science and art

Hannah Donahue April 4, 2019

Typically, art and science are considered two polar opposite fields that would not typically mix. One is creative, the other logical, and both are meant to be apart. Yet they are more...

University honors Martin Luther King Jr. through art

Bret Belden February 2, 2017

For the 27th consecutive year, the Office of Community, Equity and Diversity at UNH will be holding its annual Martin Luther King Jr. tribute during the month of February, starting on Wednesday, Feb....

Exhibition of African and Indian art opens in UNH MoA

Bret Belden October 13, 2016

On Aug. 31,  the UNH Museum of Art opened up “7,000 Miles From Durham,” an exhibition highlighting African and Indian material culture. The showcase features utilitarian and ceremonial objects belonging...

‘LiveArts!’ launched; students come together for a night of music and art

December 8, 2015

By Samantha Jones Contributing Writer Guitar riffs, melodic voices and classical music echoed off the walls of faculty art in the Museum of Art this past Thursday as the “LiveArts!” open mic series...

New Hampshire artist puts an environmental spin on art

December 8, 2015

By Matt James Contributing Writer Tim Gaudreau, a devoted and well-known environmental artist and activist, sat down for an interview Friday in Portsmouth’s White Heron Coffee and Tea.  He was sporting...

New type of artist aims to help disabled

Bret Belden October 10, 2014

By Melissa Proulx, Staff Writer For Cody Waites, a lifelong passion of his has allowed a group of kids to express themselves in ways they might not have been able to before. For the last year, the Class...

Main Street Makery offers art supplies, classes

Bret Belden September 19, 2014

By Cole Caviston, Staff Writer Tucked back in the alley between the Candy Bar and the Durham House of Pizza is a small store with a large entrepreneurial spirit. It’s called the Main Street Makery,...

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