Featured Events – June 2017

Taste of Downtown Nashua 2017
Wednesday, June 7, 2017
6 – 8:30 pmtaste-of-nashua-2017

The Nashua Gallery is participating in this great evening event!

Flavors abound, from savory to sweet; there is always something for everyone! Moreover, with over 25 restaurants and caterers participating, you are likely to discover a new eatery to add to your list of favorites. This well-known and established, ticketed event draws hundreds of foodies from the region to sample the culinary offerings of downtown Nashua’s best restaurants inside downtown’s fabulous retail and service locations. Tickets are mailed prior to the event and contain a treasure map filled with Taste of Downtown Nashua discoveries allowing ticket-holders to plan their routes in advance based on their food and beverage preferences. To add to the festivities, there are street musicians to keep you entertained as you walk from store to store plus prizes, giveaways, raffles and a popular scavenger hunt – The Hot Spot Challenge.


Be glad, make art. It’s GladFest in Littleton!
Friday Evening June 9th 5-7pm

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To celebrate, we have ceramic artist Sarah Heimann with us Friday, June 9 from 5 to 7 pm demonstrating how she creates her beautifully detailed ceramics. Her demonstration will be inside the Littleton League Gallery and her work will be available for purchase throughout the weekend.

Sarah will also be teaching Relief Carving Images and Patterns in Clay at the Littleton Studio School the following day as well as on Sunday. For more information about classes, call 444-1066.

For a complete schedule of GladFest events, click here.


Celebrate Art! Fundraiser to Benefit Littleton Studio School
June 22, 5:30 – 9:30 PM
Littleton Elks Lodge 1831 in Bethlehem, NH
Littleton Studion School Fundraiser

Join us for a Night Filled with Food, Friends & Art! to benefit the Littleton Studio School. Tickets are $35/pp or a Table of 8 for $250.
The evening includes dinner, a raffle and silent auction.

Tickets are available at the Littleton Studio School, the Littleton League of NH Craftsmen Gallery and HERE on Eventbrite.


Taste of the League Event –
Center Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery, 32 Main Street (On the Green),
 
Saturday June 24, 10 am to 5 pm

Discover the historic New England village of Center Sandwich. The Center Sandwich Fine Craft Gallery started as the Sandwich Home Industries in 1926. We continue the tradition in our gallery today with a wide collection of exquisite jewelry, colorful pottery, handcrafted fiber arts, and much more.

tappan chairs[1]-250x333Featured artist Adam Nudd-Homeyer will open his Tappan Chair workshop for visitors to see how these chairs have been made in Sandwich, NH for nearly two centuries. Click here to view a video of Adam in his workshop.

For a real “taste of Sandwich”, enjoy a breakfast sandwich made with savory local meats, eggs and cheese at the Sandwich Farmer’s Market from 9 am to noon. Then shop for local vegetables, jams, fresh roasted coffee and even French-style baguettes to take home for later. For lunch or a quick snack, stop by the Village Green Café and Market, a coffeehouse and community gathering place that celebrates its people, art, and foods. Start your tour and learn more about what our beautiful town has to offer by picking up your local guide at the Center Sandwich League of NH Fine Craft Gallery.


The Art of Photography Retold: A Lecture Series
A four-part lecture series on photography hosted by the Meredith Fine Craft Gallery

Join us for a journey into the art behind the photography from the camera used to getting into “the zone”.
All lectures will be held from 6:30 PM to 7:30 PM at the Meredith Community Center located at 1 Circle Drive, Meredith, NH.

Lecture #1: June 26 at 6:30 PM
Photography: A Creative Process

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Paul Wainwright is a fine art, large-format black & white photographer, who specializes in traditional, wet-process photography. He produces museum-quality prints for exhibition and collection and his portfolio includes interpretive images of landscapes and historic architecture.

Artistic photographs are not “shot” or “taken” – they are created. Paul will discuss his artistic vision, creative processes, and will demonstrate his large-format camera which uses 4″ x 5″ sheet film that is processed in a wet darkroom. You will learn about the steps involved in creating “traditional” photographs and samples of his work will be on display.