September 19, 2017
To Die For
The minimalist clothing of De Muerte in Hartford, Connecticut serves monochromatic fashion that’s both subtle and new….
August 1, 2017
Powered By Words
For Massachusetts artist Susan Gaylord making art starts not with paint or other media. It starts with words.
June 4, 2017
Longmeadow artist Lisa A. Foster explores the journey of women through historical materials and nude self-portraiture.
Maine’s Hip Hop Flower Shop
The ebb and flow of long Maine winters saturate the multimedia hip hop experience known as Flower Shop.
April 17, 2017
Turning Sticks Into Sawdust For The Sake Of Art
At Port City Makerspace in New Hampshire, creation is the name of the game. Come turn sticks into sawdust for the sake of art.
March 13, 2017
Heading to the Bananaland
The Bananaland in Bridgeport, Connecticut, is taking your business on vacation for a much needed makeover. Tanning optional.
March 1, 2017
Marshmallow Fluff: You know it, you love it, and it’s officially been a staple in your lunchbox for one hundred years.
February 27, 2017
Fist Pumping at an Opera Singer
This immersive theater company isn’t just breaking down the “fourth wall”—it’s blasting it to smithereens.
#TakeAction: Sign of the Times
Did you make one of the many brilliant signs seen at the Women’s March? A museum near you just might be asking for it.
January 30, 2017
Comic Relief in a 21st-Century Dark Age
NHIA announces a new minor in Comic Arts, spearheaded by acclaimed comic book author, Joel Gill, and other staff.