The Currier Museum of Art is committed to providing stimulating, diverse and enjoyable encounters with original works of art and, in doing so, hopes to inspire the hearts, minds and imagination of its members and visitors. The museum provides the public with opportunities to learn about the past, appreciate and evaluate the present, and contemplate the future.
Accessibility in the Arts: Is Expression Really Free to All?
Join the Currier Museum of Art and For Freedoms for a town hall discussion on accessibility in the arts.
Christine Sun Kim, Enough
Christine Sun Kim is a sound artist who has been deaf since birth. Her work examines communication and connects sound to drawing, performance, and painting to create new systems of information.
Compassion vs. Punishment: Can Addiction be Destigmatized?
Join the Currier Museum of Art and For Freedoms for a town hall discussion on compassion vs. punishment.
Freedom of Worship
Join the Currier Museum of Art and For Freedoms for a town hall discussion on freedom of worship.
Guadalupe Rosales, Brown is Beautiful
Guadalupe Rosales is an artist and archivist who is building an archive of vernacular photographs and ephemera connected to Latinx culture. Guided by an instinct to create counter narratives, Rosales tells the stories of communities often underrepresented in official archives and public memory
Immigration and Integration: What is Our Capacity?
Join the Currier Museum of Art and For Freedoms for a town hall discussion on immigration and integration.
We Are For Freedoms
We Are For Freedoms comprises a highly participatory exhibition, public art installed in the city of Manchester, and a series of town hall discussions. Coinciding with the lead-up to New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary, these activities show how art can spur discussions about values, place, and patriotism. Founded in 2016 by artists Eric Gottesman (a New Hampshire native) and Hank Willis Thomas, For Freedoms is inspired by Norman Rockwell’s 1943 paintings of the four universal freedoms articulated by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1941 – freedom of speech, freedom of worship, freedom from want, and freedom from fear. For Freedoms follows a long artistic tradition of using mass communication to stimulate political discourse. They believe that art plays an important role in moving our society towards a more representative and transparent government, using art to show that citizenship is deepened by participation. As part of We Are For Freedoms, the Currier Museum is organizing a series of town hall discussions inspired by the Four Freedoms on November 7, December 8, January 20, and February 6. Free and open to all, these conversations allow for a more active, collaborative, and inclusive experience. For more information head to http://currier.org/for-freedoms/