Call for Papers for 2019.
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2019 Conference Brochure
The Hospitality Committee is getting ready to welcome you to Manchester! We’ll be there to help you find local restaurants, banks or ATMs, and other amenities while at the conference. In the meantime, we feature some of the art museums and galleries Manchester has to offer.
1. Currier Museum of Art
This premier art museum contains American and European paintings. The museum began in 1915 with a gift from the estate of Hannah Currier, the widow of the New Hampshire Governor Moody Currier. It opened in 1929, before the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C.
The architecture of the original building portrayed the Italian Renaissance style and featured mosaics by Salvatore Lascari which are now protected by a courtyard. American artists include Georgia O’Keeffe, Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper, Frank Stella, Andrew Wyeth; European artists include Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Pablo Picasso.
A special exhibit from March through June 2019 will be beadwork from Ubuhle women.
Hours: Wed-Fri 11-5; Sat 10-5; Sun-Mon 11-5
Location: 150 Ash St., Manchester, NH
Admission: $15.00; $20 with admission to Zimmerman House
2. Zimmerman House
Frank Lloyd Wright designed this house in 1950 for the Zimmerman family. It is the only Frank Lloyd Wright house in New England that is opened to the public.
Hours: Thurs-Mon 11:30 and 2:00 for 90 min tour
Location: 223 Heather St., Manchester, NH
Admission: Must take van from Currier Museum of Art. Suggest reservations for tour.
3. Art 3 Gallery
Retail art gallery of works by New Hampshire and New England artists.
Location: 44 W Brook St., Manchester, NH
4. NHIA Roger Williams Gallery
The New Hampshire Institute of Art has a gallery for student art and exhibitions.
Hours: Thurs-Fri 10-6; Sat 11-5
Location: 77 Amherst St., Manchester, NH