AugSep
2519
August 25 September 19
Silver Center for the Arts
This exhibit is a collection of work from the Community Photo Club of New Hampshire, a diverse group that includes retirees, teachers, artists, musicians, doctors, caregivers, and more. The exhibit is organized by photographer, with a collection of works representing the photographer's current style, subject matter, and approach. Additionally, each photographer was asked to include a piece based on the theme: The Arts in Black and White.
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Apr ’14May
2816

Monday, Apr. 28 - Friday, May 16
Karl Drerup Art Gallery, D&M

From the German word for ink blots, Klecksography explores the art of making images from inkblots. This intriguing form of art making involves not only the artist, but the viewer. This exhibit will provide an opportunity for visitors and student groups to study and respond to the images, drawing on philosophical, psychological, and cultural influences. Artist, illustrator, anthropologist and scholar, Hans Guggenheim will share a series of “Klecksographs” he has created, inviting viewers to find characters, shapes, and meaning within the artworks.

Apr ’13Apr
422

Thursday, Apr. 4, 4 p.m. - Monday, Apr. 22, 10 p.m.
Sliver Center for the Arts

Russell Aharonian exhibits frequently in Maine and New Hampshire. Brimming with whimsy, his work is highly innovative with modern materials, drawing upon artists like Miro and Kandinsky for inspiration. His zany sense of humor will bring out a chuckle in the viewer while astonishing all with his virtuosity.

There will be an opening reception on Thursday, April 4 from 4-6pm.

Jan ’13
26
4:00 pm

Saturday, Jan. 26
Karl Derup Art Gallery
4-6 p.m.

The Site Specific Piece is a non-traditional way to experience a live performance. This performance piece will blend the lines between movement, live music, audience, and art. The dancers will explore the concept of ‘Dancers in SHAPES'. The Performance occurs throughout the entire space while audience members are invited to walk through the gallery and observe dancers continually changing the line and design of each Shape.

Feb ’12
7
4:00 pm

The Karl Drerup Art gallery is presenting an installation/sculpture exhibit entitled "Avian Instinct" by Andy Moerlein. There will be a reception from 4:00-6:00 on Tuesday, February 7 in the KDAG. All are welcome.

Later in the month, on Wednesday, February 22, Andy Moerlein will discuss his work at 5:00 in the KDAG. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Seating is limited

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Jan ’12
14
4:00 pm

The Karl Drerup Art Gallery (KDAG) is pleased to present a special event.  On Saturday, January 14, the gallery will host "A Dance Performance" created by the ensemble Joan Wiegers and Friends.  Nine dancers will perform 3 pieces.
Ms Wiegers is the former director of the PSU dance program. The majority of the dancers are PSU alumni.

The Friends of the Arts are co-sponsoring the performance.
The event is free and open to the public, seating is limited. Bring a cushion.

Joan Wiegers and Friends

A dance performance

KDAG

Plymouth State University

Saturday Jan 14, 2012, 4-5 PM

Free admission

Nov ’11
1
4:00 pm
The annual faculty exhibition opens Tuesday, November 1 with a reception from 4:00 to 6:00 in the Karl Drerup Art Gallery located in the D&M building. The exhibit displays the work of 22 faculty in many forms and media.
The exhibit continues until December 10.
Gallery Hours: Mon-Sat 10 am-4 pm, Wed 10 am-8 pm.

Sep ’11Oct
2022

"Guy Shorey: Among the White Hills," presented in conjunction with the Museum of the White Mountains.

Guy Shorey was a preeminent photographer in N.H.s North Country in the first half of the 20th Century. This exhibition explores Shorey in his various roles of observer, entrepreneur and artist.

Apr ’11May
1921

The annual Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition at Plymouth State University is a right-of-passage for graduating BFA students. It’s also a requirement for graduation. All Plymouth State BFA candidates must present a capstone project to their teachers, peers and the public.

The 2011 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition opens April 19 at both the Karl Drerup Art Gallery and the Silver Center for the Arts, and closes May 21.

Receptions will be held at both venues April 19 from 4¬–6 p.m.

Apr ’11
19
4:00 pm

The annual Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition at Plymouth State University is a right-of-passage for graduating BFA students. It’s also a requirement for graduation. All Plymouth State BFA candidates must present a capstone project to their teachers, peers and the public.

The 2011 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition opens April 19 at both the Karl Drerup Art Gallery and the Silver Center for the Arts, and closes May 21.

Receptions will be held at both venues April 19 from 4–6 p.m.