Current Affairs

New Hampshire Citizens for the Arts is a community of artists, arts administrators, arts participants and citizens who know that the arts, in the largest sense of the word, make New Hampshire the special place we all love. We recognize the importance of art and culture, not only for their intrinsic value, but also for the vital economic stimulus and development for our towns, cities and state.   Read more →


Passengers are invited to dress in their most creative costumes and celebrate aboard the M/S Mount Washington during their annual Halloween Masquerade Ball. All costumes, from the scary, spooky and fancy to just plain comical, are welcome. The Halloween Masquerade... Read more →


Sunday, September 10, 2 to 4 pm Join us for a one-hour preview of the long-anticipated Ken Burns series, The Vietnam War. The film explores the human dimensions of the War through an epic narrative shaped by the testimonies of... Read more →


This not-to-be missed celebration will be free and open to the public and will feature a wonderful mix of art, live music with local talent Mike Dunbar, and an awards ceremony to honor New Hampshire Artist Laureate Gary Samson. The... Read more →


Concord, NH --On Monday 21st , Granite Staters will have the rare opportunity to experience a solar eclipse. While New Hampshire is not in the path of a total eclipse, it is close enough that 62% of the sun will be eclipsed by Earth’s moon, creating a dramatic view of this celestial phenomenon. Read more →


Saturday, August 12, 10 am to noon New Hampshire residents receive free museum general admission before noon, courtesy of The Botnick Family Foundation and E&R Laundry and Dry Cleaners. Stop by to browse the galleries and enjoy creative studio. www.currier.org Read more →


Twilight at the Currier Saturday, July 22, 5 to 9 pm The Currier Museum of Art is throwing a summer block party. This first-of-its-kind summer event focuses on family-friendly activities including art-making, an art battle with Positive Street Art, food... Read more →