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A fantastical view of nature from Mary O’Malley

A fantastical view of nature from Mary O’Malley

Cassie Hollasch November 12, 2020

Bright neon. Gold metallic. Perfect symmetry.   These factors all come together to form Mary O’Malley’s current art series Menagerie #1 — #5 which currently hangs at the University...

Museum of Art home to over 2,000 Japanese woodblock prints

Museum of Art home to over 2,000 Japanese woodblock prints

Bret Belden November 14, 2019

The Paul Creative Arts Center (PCAC) is home to a variety of resources, including housing three departments within the College of Liberal Arts (COLA). It also houses the Museum of Art, which, as all museums...

The Odyssey Project celebrates women in art

‘The Odyssey Project’ celebrates women in art

Bret Belden November 7, 2019

On Oct. 30, the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Museum of Art held a reception for a new exhibit titled “The Odyssey Project: An Old Story For Modern Times.” Fifteen female artists...

#NOFILTER: A night imitating Andy Warhol

#NOFILTER: A night imitating Andy Warhol

Hannah Donahue September 26, 2019

Art exhibits are often for strictly observing – but this isn’t to say that they always have to be.  “Sometimes people can express and communicate by a hands-on workshop, and learn...

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...

Art at any age: local youth welcomed at PCAC

Bret Belden April 9, 2015

By TIM DRUGAN-EPPICH, Contributing Writer For those who are not` artistic, coming across someone who is can be a startling experience, especially when that someone is much, much younger. On Saturday,...

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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