Deep Cuts: An Artist’s Perspective

Deep Cuts: An Artist’s Perspective

By James Chase, Artist and Art Educator   A couple of weeks ago at the Currier Museum of Art, I met an MFA student I am mentoring  so we could view Deep Cuts: Contemporary Paper Cutting. Upon arrival, I sent a text to my student letting her know. Looking back, it...
Art, Archives and Adventure

Art, Archives and Adventure

By Meghan Petersen, Librarian and Archivist   This past summer I visited Mt. Washington for the very first time. I was motivated in part by the activity and excitement around the largest exhibition in the Currier’s history, Mount Washington: The Crown of...
Transforming Lives Through Art

Transforming Lives Through Art

by Bruce McColl   In my nearly nine years as the Art Center’s director I have met thousands of students who have called the Art Center their home away from home. Certainly, during our busy vacation art camp sessions, we are quite literally home for many of them....
Museum Moms

Museum Moms

By Neva Cole, Graphic Designer and Communications Specialist My three year old daughter has started to ask me “What did you do at work today, Mommy,” when I pick her up from daycare. The first time she asked me that I was pretty flummoxed! I think I said something...
Monkey Bread – A Jazz Brunch Recipe

Monkey Bread – A Jazz Brunch Recipe

Make it at home or try it at our Second Sunday Jazz Brunches. Each month, enjoy a delicious brunch while talented local jazz musicians entertain you.   Recipe by Currier Winter Garden Chef, Joe Sylvester 1 frozen bread dough 1 stick of butter 1 cup brown sugar ½...
Escher Books

Escher Books

We asked our Librarian and Archivist, Meghan Petersen to choose a few Escher books that would give fans a great understanding of the artist. All of the following books are available in our non-circulating Reference Library, open every Friday from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. or by...