Art 3 Gallery’s autumn/winter exhibit of 2019 titled “Time for a Change” will open on November 1.
November brings about a literal time change when we “fall back” and end daylight savings. It’s also a good time to take a step back and re-evaluate. We asked our artists to change as well, to try a new venue, medium, or even style. Joni Taube, owner of Art 3 Gallery says, “Once again the artists have surprised and amazed us with their ingenuity and inventiveness.”
Art 3 presents the work of over 70 artists in this group show. We are pleased to welcome several new artists to the gallery. “Time for a Change” is on display from November 1-January 31, 2020, during regular gallery hours (Monday-Friday, 9 AM-4 PM), weekends and evenings by appointment.
Girls and parents are invited to free Girl Scout Information Nights in Derry, NH from 6 PM-7 PM. Girl Scouting offers hands-on, girl-led, girl-centered activities in STEM, the outdoors, and entrepreneurship, and abundant opportunities to develop life skills.
Locations: Derry Village Elementary School (28 S Main St.), January 8; East Derry Memorial Elementary School (18 Dubeau Dr.), January 13; Barka Elementary School (21 East Gate Rd.), January 15; Grinnell Elementary School (6 Grinnell Road), January 16 (6:30 PM-7:30 PM); South Range Elementary School (1 Drury Lane), January 22
Rolling Green Nursery will be hosting a series of Winter Farmers’ Markets on biweekly Saturdays. There will be delicious served food, live music, and assorted local vendors. New England farms and small businesses will be selling organic produce, fresh meats, baked goods, honey, maple, herbal salves and remedies, relishes, jams, roasted nuts, handmade cloth and woolen items, and much more!
For all dates and more details, visit Rolling Green Nursery’s event calendar: https://rollinggreennursery.com/events/
The 21st annual New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists (NHSPA) Member Exhibit and Sale will be held January 5-February 2, 2020 at the Exeter Town Hall Gallery.
Fine art photographers from around the state have combined their styles and techniques to create a unique representation of old as well as new methods in the field. Black-and-white silver gelatin prints, conventional color prints, historically inspired handmade contact prints, as well as “state of the art” digital images printed on archival papers are among the photographic methods traditionally exhibited.