Arts

Recent Stories

  • UNH senior Kathleen Kuhnly in Times Square
    - From Carnegie to City Year
    After two days of intensive rehearsal, Kathleen Kuhnly ’16 walked onto the Carnegie Hall stage as part of the Maine Festival Chorus, fulfilling a dream she never expected would... Read More
  • 2016 Undergraduate Research Conference Photo Gallery
  • summer reads illustration
    - On the Bookshelf
    My Adventures with Your Money T.D. Thornton ’90, St. Martin’s Press Before there was Bernie Madoff or Lou Perlman there was George Graham Rice, the so-called Jackal of Wall Street... Read More
  • Agriculture mural in Hamilton Smith Hall
    - Hidden Gems, Revealed
    Artist George Loyd’s mural, “Agriculture,” is one of two Depression-era Works Projects Administration wall paintings undergoing restoration as part of the ongoing Hamilton Smith... Read More
  • UNH fine arts major Harry Wolfson-Slepian '16
    - An Artist's Research
    The Naked Arts Act II event on Thursday brought poets, painters and playwrights to the Paul Creative Arts Center, where they presented their artistic research endeavors before an... Read More
  • UNH professor Reginald Wilburn
    - Wilburn’s Win
    Associate professor of English Reginald Wilburn has won the College Language Association's award for Creative Scholarship for his book, "Preaching the Gospel of Black Revolt:  ... Read More
  • Matt Kasabian '16, UNH Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting
    - Creativity Exposed
    The Museum of Art was awash in creativity during Act I of the three-part Naked Arts event on Wednesday, where painters and thespians and writers and photographers revealed the... Read More
  • UNH professor emeritus of music David Seiler
    - Dave Seiler To Receive Lifetime Achievement Award
    Professor Emeritus of Music Dave Seiler has been chosen to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award from the New Hampshire Band Directors Association. Read More
  • Doug Lanier, UNH professor
    - Shakespeare at the Quad
    One fateful day in high school, Doug Lanier’s English teacher played a 1964 recording of Richard Burton performing Hamlet. When she dropped the needle on the record, she... Read More
  • UNH student Yussra Ebrahim outside Rudman on campus
    - A Journey to Peace
    The last time Yussra Ebrahim ’16 visited Iraq she was 8 years old. She thought it was a family vacation, a time to be together with relatives who lived an ocean away, and she... Read More