|The Edwards Art Gallery at Holderness School is part of the Carpenter Arts Building and serves as a formal gallery for students and visiting artists. News and events in the gallery are posted here regularly.|
Gallery hours are from 9 AM - 5 PM on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday; and from 9 AM - 1 PM on Wednesday and Saturday. For more details and directions, call Franz Nicolay at 603.779.5387.
|"The Design of Urban Greenways: Roadways, Railways, and Riverways" - Edwards Art Gallery Features Landscape Architecture of Crosby, Schlessinger, and Smallridge|
From April 11 - May 26, the Edwards Art Gallery at Holderness School will host "The Design of Urban Greenways: Roadways, Railways, and Riverways," featuring the urban design, planning, and landscape architecture of Crosby, Schlessinger, and Smallridge, a landscape architecture firm located in Boston, MA (http://www.cssboston.com).
|"Breaking Through," an Exhibit by Artist and Teacher Kathryn Field|
The title "Breaking Through" defines the actions, concepts, and issues that are addressed in the new body of work by Kathryn Field. The work, including sculptural relief work, drawings, prints, and paintings, is being exhibited in the Edwards Art Gallery at Holderness School from January 11 – February 23. There will be an opening reception on January 11 from 6:30 – 8:00 PM, and the public is welcome to attend.
|"Vernacular Form: Vessels from Southern Africa," On Exhibit at Holderness School's Edwards Art Gallery|
From November 2 through December 11, Holderness School's Edwards Art Gallery will host "Vernacular Form: Vessels from Southern Africa," an exhibit of works by the people of Southern Africa. The exhibit comes to Holderness from Boston's Pucker Gallery, and extends a multi-year relationship that continues to bring remarkable works of art to New Hampshire for our students and the greater Plymouth community to enjoy.
|"Sustainable?" by Dan Mead and Sally Eagle in the Edwards Art Gallery|
Come see "Sustainable? Culture, Wildlife, and Environments at Risk", a show exploring the many issues of sustainability we as human beings "should be considering as shareholders of the planet," aimed at "encourag[ing] a dialogue about how we might best help ourselves while helping the Earth at the same time."
|Gallery Opening: West of Washington|
Holderness School is excited to announce the opening of an exhibition of 19th century White Mountain landscape paintings and drawings. To find out more about this amazing collection of art, follow this link to a press release written by Director of Publications Rick Carey.
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