About the Currier
The Currier Museum of Art (www.currier.org) in Manchester, NH is home to an internationally respected collection of European and American paintings, decorative arts, photographs and sculpture. Galleries showcase the collection of more than 11,000 objects, including works by Picasso, Matisse, Monet, O'Keeffe and Warhol. Visitors of all ages will enjoy engaging traveling exhibitions, a series of dynamic programs ranging from music to lectures to hands-on art-making, an expanded gift shop and an airy café (catered by z food & drink) filled with light and equipped with Wi-Fi. The Currier welcomes visitors with disabilities and special needs, therefore the museum is wheelchair accessible and offers FM headsets for sound amplification for all public programs.
The associated Currier Museum Art Center offers studio classes, art camps, intensive workshops, and outreach programs for all ages. To learn more about the Art Center and its programs visit www.currier.org/artcenter/. The museum also owns the Zimmerman House designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, complete with the original furnishings and the owners' fine art collection.  The Zimmerman House is the only Wright-designed house in New England open for public tours which are offered April – December. To book a tour or get more information, visit www.currier.org or call 603.669.6144 x108.

The New Hampshire Institute of Art is the only nationally accredited fine arts college in the state and only one of five in New England, serving over 2,000 students and thousands of visitors each year across the country. With growing BFA, Certificate and Continuing Education enrollment, the Institute provides exceptional arts education; nearly 500 BFA students attend NHIA from 26 states. 
The Institute supports excellence in teaching and recruits practicing artists, working writers, designers and arts-oriented liberal arts faculty members who are also highly qualified educators. They offer a curriculum that balances the teaching of technical skills with the development of creative and intellectual abilitiies, enriching the education of students and preparing them for careers as working artists. The Institute campus includes three galleries open to the public and annually features over 20 exhibits and lectures showcasing renowned artists. For more information about the New Hampshire Institute of Art, go to their website at www.nhia.edu.


Donate to this exciting project!

To Donate:
Your fully tax-deductible donation can be made to the Women’s Caucus for Arts - NH (WCA-NH). The Women’s Caucus for Art is a 5O1c3 non-profit organization. More information about WCA-NH can be found at www.wcanh.org.

Send to:

c/o Aline Lotter
41 Brook Street

Manchester, NH 

Contact Tom Hosmer at trh464@yahoo.com or call 603-290-2481.