Art Exhibitions Continue
Legacy: Works by Distinguished Former Faculty
Re-Viewed: Recent Work by UNH Alumni
throughout month (closed March 11–20)
Museum of Art
LEGACY features works by former UNH Department of Art and Art History studio faculty members.
RE-VIEWED, a juried exhibition, features recent works by UNH Department of Art and Art History studio art program alumni. Exhibition jurors are artists James Aponovich and Gary Haven Smith.
Sunday Salon Series
Choices and Considerations: The Process of Jurying
Sunday, March 6, 1 p.m.
Museum of Art
ARTISTS JAMES APONOVICH AND GARY HAVEN SMITH provide insight into the jurying process for Re-Viewed: Recent Work by UNH Alumni.
Wednesday–Sunday, March 30, 31, April 1 and 2, 7 p.m., and April 3, 2 p.m.
For tickets, visit www.unhmub.com/ticket or call (603) 862-2290.
“WOUNDED DOVE” is a dance tribute to Martin Luther King Jr. It’s set to original music written and performed by Professor David Ripley with an additional ballet piece accompanied on the piano by Professors Christopher and Arlene Kies. Both pieces are choreographed by Professor C. Laurence Robertson.
PODCAST interview with Professors David Ripley and Laurence Robertson.
Based on the book by Tomie dePaola
Directed by Carol Jo Fisher
Spring Tour February–May
Summer Tour June–August
40th Season for the Little Red Wagon!
School bookings: www.unh.edu/theatre-dance or (603) 862-2150
THIS CHARMING MUSICAL adaptation of Tomie dePaola’s 1976 Caldecott Honor book brings Strega Nona, Big Anthony, and the magic pasta pot to life. Through song, storytelling, and puppetry, we meet Strega Nona, the kind-hearted “grandmother witch” who tells Big Anthony one thing he must not do. But Big Anthony is in big trouble. Will Strega Nona save the day?
The troupe performs this traveling show at schools, libraries, summer camps, churches, and town fairs.