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Krista Farrell as Sara Weddington and Maddie London as Norma McCorvey arguing amongst other pro and anti-abortion activists during a town hall on the topic.

‘ROE’ Review: Hilarious and Heartbreaking

Amanda Pirani, Arts Editor March 8, 2023

Content Warning: This piece discusses abortion, domestic violence, systemic oppression and other topics that may be triggering for survivors.   University of New Hampshire (UNH)’s production...

Hope is a Discipline: PCACs latest work of art

“Hope is a Discipline:” PCAC’s latest work of art

- November 10, 2021
Cat people, Mesoamerican art, Japanese video games and emojis all combine together to make up the new mural outside the Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC.) The mural, “Hope is a Discipline,” is the work of the Texas-based artist Michael Menchaca.
The elaborate fiber work of Orly Cogan

The elaborate fiber work of Orly Cogan

Taylor Landry September 26, 2019
Artist Orly Cogan currently has art on display in the Paul Creative Arts Center
Spaulding renovations looming over PCAC

Spaulding renovations looming over PCAC

Isabelle Curtis September 26, 2019
As the renovations of Spaulding Hall continue, the need for an improvement of the Paul Creative Arts Center comes to light

Museum of Art opening exhibit

Zach Lewis August 22, 2019
The Museum of Art will be opeing two new exhibits on August 29 running through October 12

PCAC elevator temporarily suspended from renovation project

Bret Belden March 2, 2017

Due to budgetary issues, an elevator planned for the university’s Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC) has been temporarily scrapped from the ongoing construction project. Two other elevators remain, though...

UNH Museum of Art undergoes renovations

Bret Belden December 1, 2016

The UNH Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC) closed on Oct. 17 in preparation of renovations, and is now set to hold its opening reception on Feb. 2, 2017. Last year, the trustees of the University System...

Students make noise for PCAC changes through hashtags and posts

Bret Belden December 1, 2016

It all started with a student inquiry at the UNH open forum hosted by President Mark Huddleston and Provost Nancy Targett on Nov. 2 in the Memorial Union Building’s (MUB) Granite State Room (GSR). Senior...

History and art come together at PCAC exhibition

Bret Belden September 29, 2016

Two exhibitions are currently on display at the Museum of Art in the Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC). Those who are interested in art, architecture, history, sociology or history should pay the museum...

Koresh Dance Company inspires in PCAC

Bret Belden September 22, 2016

A typical Monday night turned into anything but when I was asked to cover a show at the Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC). Going into the show uninformed was, although unconventional, likely what made the...

Dark and quirky comedy hits UNH PCAC

October 16, 2015

By Gabrielle Lamontagne Contributing Writer “Plays can be deceiving little things,” David Kaye said in his Director’s Note for “Dead Man’s Cell Phone” on the program. “You find yourself going...

PCAC presents two new art exhibitions

Bret Belden September 12, 2014

By Abbi Sleeper, Staff Writer The UNH Museum of Art is kicking off the semester with two distinct collections, Jon Imber: Human Interest and Graphicornucopia. Jon Imber, who studied at Cornell University...

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