5:30 pm

Wednesday, February 22 at 5:30 p.m.
Museum of the White Mountains, 34 Highland Street.


Come see and hear how artists and scientists are observing and expressing climate change and its impact. Colorado artist Fawn Atencio will share her approach to incorporating climate issues in her art, while PSU Research Scientist Eric Kelsey will talk about his current work on tracking climate change impact on Mt. Washington. This event is presented in conjunction with the MWM's current exhibition "Forecasting: Climate Change and Water Impact," curated by Kimberly Ritchie, Shandra McLane, and Cynthia Robinson. The MWM is supported in part by a grant from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.

This event is free and open to all.
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9:30 am

Friday, March 10 at 9:30 a.m.
Museum of the White Mountains, 34 Highland St.


Looking for new ways to integrate art, science, technology and writing in your teaching practices? Join us for INTERWEAVING ART, SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY IN OUR CLASSROOMS: A PSU STEAM Conference DayOur day of hands-on workshops will be both informational and inspirational. You’ll get tangible and practical tools to take back to your classroom and 6 hours of professional development credit for the day.

Join us to experience:
Cyanotypes with exhibit artists Kimberly Ritchie and Shandra McLane, Writing and the environment with Abbey Goode, Current climate change research presented by PSU Research Scientist Eric Kelsey and the Mt Washington Observatory Education Director Brian Fitzgerald, and a good discussion on developing interdisciplinary curriculum led by Curriculum Education professor, Gerry Buteau.Sponsored in part by a grant from The NH State Council on the Arts.
Presented in partnership with NH State Council on the Arts, The Arts Alliance of Northern New Hampshire, NH Arts Learning Network, PSU Arts and Technologies Cluster, PSU Tourism, Environment, & Sustainable Development Cluster.

Cost is $30 for lunch and materials. This event is free for current PSU students.
Register today!

Apr ’16
8:00 pm

Mozart (mostly)

PSU Chorale and Chamber Singers perform Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s final masterpiece, Requiem, featuring student soloists and guest orchestra. Dan Perkins conducts.

- Mozart: Requiem, Regina coeli (KV 108 and 276), Exultate jubilate
- Lauridsen: Les Chansons des Roses

Purchase tickets online or call (603) 535-2787
Adult $20-$18, Senior $14-$12, Youth $12-$10

  • April 23 at 8 p.m.
  • Hanaway Theatre at the Silver Center for the Arts

1:00 pm

Sunday February 12, at 1 p.m.
Silver Center for the Arts, Smith Recital Hall.

Acacia Music:
Meghan Davis, clarinet
Leslie Stroud, flute
Matthew Odell, piano
Works by Claude Debussy, Patrick Wilkins, Robert Muczynski, Mieczys?aw Weinberg and Arvo Pärt.

Free for anyone who would like to attend.
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4:00 pm

Monday, February 13 at 4 p.m.
Room 001, Boyd Science Center.


Darwin Day celebrates the birth of Charles Darwin and his contributions not only to biology, but to our society and culture. Join us as we celebrate with free food and refreshments, an interdisciplinary art exhibit, and trivia with prizes!

Free for anyone who would like to attend.

5:00 pm

Thursday, March 8 at 5 p.m.
Heritage Commons, Samuel Reed Hall.

This is a training involving human trafficking from victim to enforcement. There will be guest speakers:
Mike Posanka: Resident Agent in Charge, ICE - Homeland Security Investigations in Manchester NH. Jasmine Marino: Survivor, Ministry Associate - The Abolitionist Network. Nicole Ledoux: Detective Lieutenant - Manchester Police Department

If you have any questions contact:
Dr. Stephanie Halter sjhalter02@plymouth.edu
Mike Posanka michael.v.posanka@ice.dhs.gov
Attorney Lara Saffo lsaffo@co.grafton.nh..us

Event is free for anyone who would like to attend.

11:00 am

Saturday, March 4 at 11 a.m.
Silver Center for the Arts, Smith Recital Hall.

11am Lecture/performance
3:15pm Concert
11:00 AM – lecture/performance by Dr. Carleen Graff featuring the piano works of a contemporary composer.
3:15 – recital of winners of competition and PSU piano students.

In addition to the lecture/performance and the recital, the entire day is designed for students, teachers, and the general public to experience contemporary piano music. There will be a competition with 7th-12 grade students as well as a lecture on a chosen topic of interest to young students. A master class with Dr. Graff will feature 4 young pianists.

Free, no tickets needed.
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7:00 pm
1:00 pm
1:00 pm
7:00 pm
7:00 pm

Wednesday, March 8 at 7 p.m.
Silver Center for the Arts, Hanaway Theatre


The Oedipus Cycle (at PSU)
Antigone: March 8 7pm
Oedipus at Colonus: March 9 7pm
Oedipus the King:
March 10 - 11 at 7pm
March 11 - 12 at 1pm
all in the Hanaway Theatre

Oedipus the King by Sophocles is the story of a man who rose to the greatest of heights, only to see a mistake result in his downfall. Oedipus, the ultimate politician, problem-solver, and hero, falls from grace when his tragic error is revealed in what is still, after 2,500 years, a stunning piece of theatre. PSU’s Oedipus the King is part of the Greek Project, produced in conjunction with UNH and Keene State. Keene will perform Antigone at PSU on 3/8 and UNH will perform Oedipus at Colonus at PSU on 3/9.

Special ticket price of $23 for one performance of each Greek play.
Buy tickets online or call for tickets, 603-535-2787
Adult $18, Senior & Youth $14
Saturday matinee: all seats $12

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3:00 pm

Thursday, February 16 at 3:30 p.m.
34 Highland Street, Museum of the White Mountains


Join the MWM for a talk/ hands-on workshop with Interdisciplinary thinkers Erik and Martin Demaine, a father-son math-art team who work together in paper, glass, and other material. They use their exploration in sculpture to help visualize and understand unsolved problems in science, and their scientific abilities to inspire new art forms. They will share their work, talk about their process. Then, it's your turn to use their concepts to create math-inspired artwork! Martin Demaine is currently an Artist-in-Residence at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Erik is a Professor in Computer Science at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Event is free and open to all.
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7:00 pm

Friday, February 10 and 11 at 7 p.m.
Smith Recital Hall, Silver Center for the Arts

A staged reading of Terence McNally’s play Master Class, featuring PSU faculty members Eva Nagorka as Maria Callas and Dan Perkins as Accompanist, and PSU guest artists as First Soprano, Tenor, and Second Soprano. This is the mesmerizing story of the fascinating and emotionally wrought diva Maria Callas. Playwright McNally wrote the book for last season’s "A Man of No Importance."

Buy tickets online or call for tickets, 603-535-2787. All seats $11.
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