This article was originally posted in the SNHU Observer (Volume VIII, Issue 6) on March 7, 2002: As some at SNHU followed their normal Friday evening routines, invited guests mingled in the foyer of Robert Frost Hall, sipping soda and snacking on treats. On Friday, February 22, at 7 p.m., the McIninch Art Gallery officially opened its doors, marking a special addition to SNHU.
The McIninch Art Gallery held an artist talk and reception for its newest exhibit, “Cannot Be Determined in Advance” by the artist Debra Weisberg on Thursday, February 23. “Cannot Be Determined in Advance” is an installation exhibit that makes use of the entire gallery space. Weisberg crafted a sweeping sculptural landscape out of wire dipped in pulp and torn black rice paper. In
Jesse Burke, the creator of the “Wild and Precious” photography collection, presented his work in the McIninch Art Gallery on Sept. 8 in Robert Frost Hall. Burke is a part of the Childhood Unplugged program. The main goal behind the program and his artwork is to encourage children to spend more time outside and less time with electronic devices. In his presentation before the
From Nov.18 to Dec. 19, the McInich Art gallery on the first floor of Robert Frost Hall will be displaying prints, paintings, photographs, and drawings showcasing different examples of architecture in New England. Different buildings, both antiquated and modern, come to life in the vivid portraits. Curated by Professor Colin Root, the art work embraces New England architecture from the colonial to the contemporary.