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Fuel your inner artist in New Hampshire. From world-renowned paintings by Monet and Picasso to local art studios in converted industrial buildings in little postcard-perfect towns, New Hampshire has always been a patron of art and self-expression. Visit the summer home of the famed sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens in Cornish and tour grounds of the art colony that was created in his wake. The Currier Museum of Art in Manchester features a world-class collection by artists like Georgia O’Keeffe and provides tours of Frank Lloyd Wright’s Zimmerman house, nearby.
Concord is home to multiple galleries like the contemporary McGowan Fine Art Gallery downtown. Since the 1980s this progressive gallery has been showcasing works of American artists in multiple mediums and styles. Right outside Concord, visit the Mill Brook Gallery and Sculpture Garden where artworks from over 70 artists are on display set against a background of green fields and ponds emphasizing the relationship between art and nature.
The Hood Museum of Art in Hanover at Dartmouth College hosts a variety of unique collections including rare artifacts from the Assyrian Culture in 900 BC and a plethora of contemporary art forms. While the museum’s permanent collection features elevated works from famous artists like Mark Rothko, recent acquirements include more global contemporary works, specifically from African and Native American artists.
Serving as a regional center for the performing arts, Redfern Arts Center is located on the campus of Keene State College in Keene, New Hampshire. Overlooking the picturesque Brickyard Pond, the facility holds four theatres, eight art studios, and much more.
Keene State College students utilize the building’s choral rehearsal rooms, scenery and costume shops, electronic music studio, and photography darkroom for academic purposes, while the theatres host community events, films, and performances open to the public.