Here's an opporunity to create. Saint Anselm is currently involved in Enough Is Enough, a campaign against bullying, violence, and abuse. As a collective effort, we were asked to produce some sort of artistic, literary or musical response to the mission this campaign has set forth.
Enough Is Enough has provided us with some information they'd like to convey. The boundaries are grey and the space is unlimited; do with this as you will. I'm excited to see what comes out of this!
Wednesday, October 12, 7 p.m., NHIOP Auditorium
Acoustic artists, musicians, poets,comedians and people who have too much angst for their own good and wouldn't mind sharing it with us, PLEASE GRACE US WITH YOUR PRESENCE! SIGN UP OR SHOW UP! If your planning on playing more than a song or two please let us know ahead of time so we can manage our slots so everyone gets a chance to play. ALSO...BRING A FRIEND & enjoy a free night of music, poetry, great coffee and good company. SO SHOW UP AND SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL ARTISTS!
For more info or to sign up please email us at:
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 trip to NYC and the Picasso Exhibit at MOMA.
It's absolutely amazing what can be done with spray paint and some magazine pages.
Fine Arts Flickr Gallery of Juried '11
broke: the affordable arts fair
*broke is a multidisciplinary arts event that has taken place in Peterborough, NH three times since its inception in 2008. The *broke philosophy is simple: art is for everybody. All *broke events are free to the public, and *broke vendors commit to presenting at least 75% of their wares for less than $50. Please sign up for our newletter if you would like information about *broke events!
with stops at Portsmouth Museum of Art and The Main College of Art in Portland.
Reflections On My Excusion to New York City
by Jeremy Munro