Artist Aaron Stephan discusses his inspiration and thoughts on his sculpture, "Downpour," which resides outside Southern New Hampshire University's new Learning Commons.
TheMcIninch Art Gallery presents diverse exhibitions devoted to the art of the region and beyond. It is equipped to museum standards of humidity, temperature and lighting.
Made possible by a generous gift from The McIninch Foundation in April 2001, the Gallery is a sign of the university's growing commitment to the liberal arts and a resource to benefit the entire institution as well as the greater community of which it is a part. Its grand opening exhibition in February 2002 began a cycle of six to seven shows a year in a wide range of genres, styles and media. Shows may coordinate with a variety of demonstration, lecture, concert, classroom and other events.
The Gallery is building a permanent collection of art supporting the university's curricula and providing a source of enjoyment, enlightenment and beauty to all who visit. If you are interested in becoming a Friend of the McIninch Art Gallery and supporting its collection and other projects, pleasecontact the director.
Location:First floor of Robert Frost Hall.
Admission:free and the public is welcome.
Monday - Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Thursday - 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Closed Sundays, during university vacations, between shows and during the summer.
April 7th to May 7th, 2016
Reception: Thursday April 7th; 5:00 to 7:00pm
This marks an exciting celebration of the 10th annual exhibition of the Graphic Design program at SNHU. Faculty, alumni and current students work will be highlighted. Included in this exhibit are examples of magazine layouts, logos, photography, illustrations, posters, brochures, package design and website designs. In addition, the faculty will be featuring some of the best short animation, videos and game designs produced by their students this year.
Image Credits:Renee Boudreau ‘16, Sugar Scull, 2015, Digital Print, 30 x 40 inches.