Last chance to see Weston photos and prints from the Stahls
By Heidi Masek firstname.lastname@example.org
• Trivia night: Show off your ability to retain facts at “Pop Quiz -Currier Edition.” The Currier Museum of Art is open late one evening per month for its themed First Thursdays program, at 150 Ash St., Manchester. The Currier holds trivia night Thursday, Jan. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m. (regular museum admission applies, which is $10 for adults). Get there in time for a 5:45 p.m. gallery tour or see www.currier.org/history.aspx to prepare for any Currier history- or collection-related questions. Visit www.currier.org or call 669-6144 for more details.
• Less altered: Linda Maloney uses nature and landscapes as subjects from an “uncommon viewpoint,” but only lightly edits her digital photography, according to a release from the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests. Maloney’s work is exhibited at the Forest Society’s Conservation Center at 54 Portsmouth St. in Concord through Feb. 12. Call 224-9945 before visiting. Also see some of Maloney’s work at http://aslindasawit.com.
• Club at the Centre: Since May, the Boys & Girls Club of Manchester has been temporarily based at the Franco-American Centre while its Union Street clubhouse is renovated. The Franco-American Centre frequently rotates art exhibits in its gallery and in January it features the work of some Club members.
More than 4,300 clubs participate in the Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s (BGCA) National Fine Arts Exhibit program. It is selected Manchester Club submissions for that program that are shown this month at the Franco-American Centre, 52 Concord St. in Manchester. Jurors will choose pieces to submit for national-level judging.
According to the Manchester Club, the Boys & Girls Club has been serving Manchester for more than 100 years and currently serves more than 600 youth daily (625-5031).
• Who built that? One more week to peruse projects New Hampshire Chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIANH) members worked on in 2009. The exhibit at New Hampshire Institute of Art’s French Building Gallery, 148 Concord St. in Manchester, is composed of submissions to the 2009 AIANH Awards. The show closes Jan. 15. Visit www.nhia.edu or www.aianh.org.