Stories in Topic: Arts

  • 06.12.14 - A Gifted Collection
    The generosity of Marilyn '48 and Lawrence Staples '49, 50G transforms the holdings of the Museum of Art
    When the exhibit "Graphicornucopia" opens at the UNH Museum of Art in September, the university community will get a look at new artwork that enhances the museum's greater collection and provides major research opportunities for students and staff, thanks to the generous donation of two alums.
  • 06.11.14 - The Write Stuff
    The past is personal for Durham writer Dan Ford '54
  • Pink Tulips in bloom
    05.08.14 - Arts Round Up
    Student Recital #17 Thursday, May 1, 2014, 1 p.m. Bratton Recital Hall, Paul Creative Arts Center Department of music. More  
  • UNH Chamber
    03.06.14 - On Tour
  • Jennifer Lindsay
    01.30.14 - Art Student Explores Freedom of Expression in China
    The Beijing Scene
    Is China more open now for artists than it was in the 1980s? While this query sounds simple, Jennifer Lindsay ’14 knew it would be a complex question for Chinese artists. A studio arts and international affairs major, Lindsay, from Pembroke, N.H., spent last summer in Beijing to research this question thanks to a UNH International Research Opportunities Program (IROP) grant.
  • 01.20.14 - Lizzy Barker ’14
    English Teaching and Political Science double major Eliot, Maine Lizzie Barker '14
  • Alice McDermott
    01.16.14 - Novelist Alice McDermott ’78G a National Book Critics Circle Finalist
  • Director Jennifer Lee ’92 at Golden Globe Award Ceremony
    01.16.14 - ‘Frozen’ Writer, Director Jennifer Lee ’92 Says UNH Helped Pave Her Way
  • 12.12.13 - Recipes and Cooking Tips à la Guyette
  • Culinary Arts
    12.12.13 - 'Tis the Season
    Future Chefs and Diet Technicians Learn to Finesse Holiday Basics at the Thompson School
    Culinary arts student, Garrett Blais ’15 from Rollinsford, N.H., trusses a chicken.
  • Mark Shilansky
    12.05.13 - Durham Goes “Pop”!
    The Shilansky Festival Orchestra Melds Jazz and Classical
    Listen to Something and This Guy's In Love With You
  • Leslie Couse
    12.05.13 - In Their Own Words
    Leslie Couse Teaches the Teachers
    Leslie Couse is an associate professor of education in the College of Liberal Arts at UNH. She won an Excellence in Teaching Award in 2013.
  • 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.
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    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