Commentary and discussion of the Saint Anselm Community
Visit to the Hills in Echo Exhibit at Chapel Arts:
We will walk over to Chapel Arts around 3:05, look for about 30 minutes, and then return to Bradley for discussion.
Location: Bradley House Lounge
Images from the Lucubrations Open House. We had food and gto acquainted at Bradley House, then walked to Comiskey for a tour and an Open Mic. Thanks to the performers, We had a great time ansd met some cool Freshman!
The Quality isn't the best and we missed the beginning (Jeremy Munro's epic introduction). The recording starts in the middle of Justine Johnson's reading, and then in order appear Tyler Lavallee, Prof. Banach, Valerie Stein, Lauren Miller, and Valerie Stein again. Thanks to all the performers. We had a great time!
Recordings in Order:
1. Dana Nolan and Valerie Stein Jamming on Guitar and Violin.
2. Cedric Ashley reading a poem.
3. Dana Nolan Screaming a poem accompanied by Valerie Stein on Violin
4. Jeremy Munro reading Bukowski
5. Tom Hickey reading a poem.
6 and 7. Valerie Stein on Violin
Fine Arts Flickr Gallery of Juried '11
broke: the affordable arts fair
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with stops at Portsmouth Museum of Art and The Main College of Art in Portland.
Faculty Colloquium - Prof. Kathy Hoffman: Stieglitz: A Legacy of Light
Friday, April 1, 2:30 p.m., NHIOP Auditorium
“ LOOKING: Figurative Paintings”By Kimberly Kersey Asbury
Daniels Room at the Hancock Public Library
Monday, April 4th through Wednesday, May 12th
Trip from Saint Anselm Saturday April 9
Artist reception will be held Saturday, April 30th, 11am-1pm
Kimberly Kersey Asbury’ s figurative work with highlights taken from various
series. Subjects include safari-goers in Africa, recent portraits of her children and
large-scale figurative examples from her Room Series.
The show opens to the public Monday, April 4th, running through Wednesday,
May 12th. An artist reception will be held Saturday, April 30th, 11am-1pm.
painting and printmaking. Kersey Asbury received a BFA in Painting from the Kansas City Art Institute, an MFA in Painting, Boston University College of Fine Arts and attended The Graduate Institute at Saint John’ s College as well as the Vermont Studio Center. She received a Fulbright Research Grant for painting in Botswana in 1998. She has shown in New Hampshire, Boston, NYC, Morocco, Botswana and the Mid-West. She resides in Greenfield, NH with her husband and two children.
For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or go to: www.kimberlykerseyasbury.com
Photos from Fine Arts New York City Trip (Complete Albums)
Complete Albums of the Individual Locations:
Last night (3/14/11) Lucubrations held its first Open Mic since our inception. The turnout exceeded expectations and there were acts ranging from passionate songs, angry poetry, and hilarious comedy (as opposed to unfunny comedy).
The event was held in the Comiskey Center Black Box Theater, giving the perfect atmosphere for an Open Mic. The atmosphere was made better by creative seating placement and stage design by the talented Justine Johnson who arrived very early to setup. Lucubrations would like to thank the Fine Arts Department and Professor Asbury for their permission to use the space.
Professor Banach made delicious pulled pork for sandwiches and his famous homemade bread which met with great approval from all.
We hope to plan more Open Mics and events in the future thanks to all the postive feedback.