Stories in Topic: Arts

  • 11.21.13 - For the People
    History Student and His Father Make Documentary About the Gettysburg Address
    (l to r) Jim Conant, Matthew Broderick, and Sean Conant (© 2013 RISING PICTURE COMPANY)
  • Jasper Johns art
    11.21.13 - Alumni Donate Collection of 20th-Century Prints to University
    Gifts Enhances UNH Museum of Art Collection, Expands Research Opportunities
  • Teaching to the Future, Democracy in Action
    11.14.13 - Teaching to the Future
  • Katie Hogan at the Music Hall
    11.07.13 - Writers on Stage—A View from the Wings
    A Young Poet Interns at Portsmouth’s Music Hall and Learns the Ropes of Literary Marketing
    Portsmouth was in the midst of a blizzard when Katie Hogan came to check out UNH’s MFA in writing program. From upstate New York, she immediately fell in love with the town and New England’s rugged coast.
  • windmill
    10.24.13 - Don Quixote’s Formula
    A Spanish Professor and Her Students Explore the Imaginary and Fantastic in the Land of Don Quixote
    Carman Garcia de la Rasilla (third from left) with students on the UNH Granada Program, pictured here in Consuegra, Spain.
  • 10.17.13 - Two-Time Pulitzer Prize Winner Hedrick Smith Speaks at UNH Oct. 23
  • Robert Caro
    09.26.13 - UNH Welcomes Pulitzer Prize-winning Author
    LBJ Biographer Robert Caro to Speak on Campus September 27
    Pulitzer Prize winner and author Robert Caro, who has written extensively on the life and presidency of President Lyndon B. Johnson, will give the inaugural Rutman Distinguished Lecture on the American Presidency at the University of New Hampshire on Friday, Sept. 27, 2013.
  • Writers Series
    09.19.13 - Writers Series
  • 08.08.13 - The Science of Art: Turning Used Metal into Sculptures
    Here’s proof that the career path we plan on is often not where life takes us.
  • Irene Peters celebrates creation of the John and H. Irene Peters Professorship
    07.25.13 - Alums Honor Parents with Endowed Professorship in Education
    Alums Honor Parents with Endowed Professorship in Education
  • Cover of Book, Hank Finds an Egg by Rebecca Dudley
    07.11.13 - Q&A with Children’s Book Author Rebecca Dudley ’85
    Alum and architect has released her first children’s book, “Hank Finds an Egg.”
    Photo by Jill Liebhaber I read that you are an architect. Did that help the story evolve the way it did—through objects rather than words?
  • Author Michael D'Antonio '77
    05.30.13 - Q&A with Pulitzer Prize Winner Michael D'Antonio '77
    Author Discusses His Book about Scandal in the Catholic Church
  • UNH Symphony Orchestra
    05.23.13 - May Arts Round Up
    What's happening in the arts at UNH this month?
    May 1Aerial Dance Student Showcase7 p.m., Newman Dance Studio, NH Hall. Tickets are $3.50
  • Brian Gray '13
    05.16.13 - Engineering and Ballet Equal Balance for UNH Senior
    Left brain meets right for Brian Gray '13
    Brian Gray spent months working on his senior capstone project, helping design a rocket whose technology would, in the event of a disaster, produce a temporary Internet network. He then traveled to Toney, Alabama, in April for a “proof of concept” launch as part of the NASA Student Launch Project. And it worked: the rocket rose up almost a mile and the data transmission went as planned. Pretty cool stuff for a mechanical engineering major.
  • UNH Chamber Singers
    05.09.13 - Chamber Singers Will Compete in Elite German Competition
    Ensemble Offers a Live Preview In Dover on May 13
    The 22-member Chamber Singers will present its tour program in a special pre-departure performance Monday, May 13, 2013, at 8 p.m. in the Dover City Hall. The concert is free and open to the public.
  • 05.02.13 - UNH Band Hopes to Hit the Big Time
    From left to right: Mike Klempa, Ryan O'Connell, Gretchen Klempa, Barrett Goeman and Richie Smith.
  • 04.18.13 - Independence Day
    With help from a prominent alum, the Department of Theatre and Dance Raises the Bar for Student-run Productions
    From left: Dan Shine, Alyssa LeBlanc, Colton Huelle, Elise Williams and Nicholas Iannotti.
  • 04.18.13 - UNH Professor Dedicates Original Composition to Families of Newtown, Conn.
  • Molly McCahan-Undergraduate Composer at UNH
    04.04.13 - In the Key of Me
    Undergraduate Composer Molly McCahan Finds Her Voice in Music
    Music theory major Molly McCahan was only 5 years old when she started taking piano lessons, and she was singing and dancing even earlier. The daughter of music-loving parents, McCahan grew up surrounded by song in her Plymouth, N.H., home. By the time she was considering career paths in high school, her talent and passion for music were deeply rooted. Pursuing it in college seemed a natural choice. Her older sister was already happily studying music at UNH. The younger McCahan decided to follow.
  • Writer Chris Outcalt ’06
    04.04.13 - Q&A With Writer Chris Outcalt ’06
    2013 Donald Murray Visiting Journalist
    Writer Chris Outcalt, ’06, has been named the 2013 Donald Murray Visiting Journalist at the University of New Hampshire.