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Past Exhibitions

WALKING IN THE WHITES: A Poet/Painter Dialogue

Location: Museum of the White Mountains, Main Gallery

Date: November 5, 2019 - December 13, 2019

Opening Reception: November 5, 5-6:30pm

Featuring works by visual artist Kathryn Field and poet Timothy Muskat, this interactive and dynamic experience will engage visitors in a sense of place through words and images focused on the experience of the White Mountains. Tim has been hiking in the White Mountains all his life. He has completed 85 rounds of New Hampshire’s high 48; is working on his seventh so-called Grid; and has summited Mt Washington 416 times. Kathryn has been drawn to wilderness since childhood; the vastness, scale and raw forms of mountains have informed her work as a sculptor and painter.

This exhibit is funded in part by a grant from The Waterman Fund.

NEW: ANNUAL PSU ART FACULTY EXHIBITION  

Location: Silver Center for the Arts, Lobby Gallery

Date: October 1, 2019 - December 11, 2019

Opening Reception: October 1, 5-6:30pm

Highlighting new and recent work by PSU Art faculty members, this exhibit introduces the campus and community to the innovative explorations going on in faculty studios. The exhibit shines a light on the current and exceptional art being made by PSU Art Faculty members.

INSPIRED REFLECTION: WORKS BY PAMELA ANNESER & TOM DRISCOLL  

Location: Museum of the White Mountains, Main Gallery

Date: September 24, 2019 - October 24, 2019

Opening Reception: September 24, 5-6:30pm

For art professors, the sabbatical time away from teaching is an opportunity to travel, explore, and contemplate. During their recent sabbaticals, Anneser and Driscoll have experimented with new ideas, processes, and media, while giving themselves time to simply create work. This exhibition gives us a view into their discoveries and the ongoing evolution of their work.

Spotlight on the Museum Collection – 1819-1919: One Hundred Years on Mount Washington

Location: Museum of the White Mountains, Lower Level Gallery

Date: September 24, 2019 - December 13, 2019

Explore a selection of stereographs, souvenirs, photographs, books, and ephemera from the permanent collection at the Museum of the White Mountains. Learn how early tourists ascended Mount Washington: from the Crawford Path – celebrating its bicentennial this year – to bridle paths, the Carriage/ Auto Road, and the Cog Railway. Also, learn about the summit […]

The Grand Hotels of the White Mountains

Location: Museum of the White Mountains, Main Gallery

Date: May 17, 2019 - September 12, 2019

Opening Reception: May 17, 5-7pm

The Grand Hotels exhibit will feature the spirit of innovation and invention which infused the origins, development, and history of the New Hampshire White Mountains grand resort hotels. Highlighting the five surviving hotels – the Omni Mount Washington, Mountain View Grand, The Balsams, Eagle Mountain House, and Wentworth Hall and Cottages – the display will illustrate New Hampshire’s White Mountains as a case study for the American Plan hospitality model.

2019 Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibitions

Location: Silver Center for the Arts, Lobby Gallery

Date: April 9, 2019 - May 6, 2019

Opening Reception: April 10, 4-6pm

The annual capstone exhibits by BFA in Studio Art and BFA in Graphic Design students features the work, passion, and educational journey by PSU senior students. Graphic Design students have been working all year, developing materials for their invented company concept and brand. Studio Art students have been creating a focused body of work in their areas of interest.

Youth Art Month

Location: Silver Center for the Arts, Lobby Gallery

Date: February 27, 2019 - March 27, 2019

Celebrating artistic achievements by area youth.

Annual PSU Student Juried Exhibit 2019

Location: Museum of the White Mountains, Main Gallery

Date: February 26, 2019 - March 26, 2019

Opening Reception: February 26, from 4-6pm

Highlighting the strength, energy, passion, and technical skill of our PSU art students, this annual exhibition features the best efforts of students from all levels of art making. Through exploration and experimentation inside and outside the classroom, this exhibition includes a wide variety of media from drawing, painting, photography, and video to graphic design, sculpture, and mixed media.