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Martin Luther King Day

a black and white painting with calligraphic strokes all over and a moon in black

Norman Lewis
American, 1909–1979
Night Walk #2, 1956
oil on canvas, 66 x 34 in. (168 x 86 cm)
Henry Melville Fuller Fund, 2019.58
© Estate of Norman W. Lewis; Courtesy of Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York, NY

The Currier Museum of Art will be open and FREE on Monday, January 17, is delighted to partner with the MLKNH Coalition’s 40th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day community celebration: Love is Greater than Hate. 

We are kicking off the live, virtual event with: 

Invisibility: An Art Conversation and Visual Response from 11:00 am to noon.

Inspired by the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., the Currier Museum of Art will present a live program over Zoom about invisibility and related issues of love and hate. We’ll begin with a conversation about paintings by Norman Lewis and Glenn Ligon and conclude with a collaborative visual response.

No art experience is necessary. We encourage adults and children to attend together.

Registration required below.


Afternoon programming reconvenes online from 1:30 to 3pm. For more information and to register please visit MLKNH Coalition.

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