Alan Manoian Historic Talk Fundraiser: May 19, 1:30 p.m.

Popular historian Alan Manoian is returning to Nashua to give a presentation on the history of West Pearl Street and the Tremont House hotel, the subjects of the West Pearl Street Mural project. Hosted by the Nashua Historical Society, admission is $10 for members of the Historical Society, members of City Arts Nashua, students and seniors, and $15 for everyone else. Cash and checks accepted at the door. The Historical Society also will be showing the register of the Tremont House Hotel, part of their "Adopt an Artifact" program. Alan has a big following in Nashua, so doors will open at 1:00 p.m. All proceeds will help fund the West Pearl Street Mural project. To learn more about the mural project, and click on "Mural Project" above.

2013 Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, 5/19-6/8

 The Sixth Annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, "Celebrate/Celebrar", will run from May 19 to June 8.  This exciting event is one of only three such symposia in the entire United States.  Sculptors for 2013 are:

The Symposium welcomes the public to the following events:

  • Opening: Sunday, May 19 , at 3 pm at the Nashua Public Library
  • Visit the Artists at Work: Monday, May 20 through Friday, June 7, from 9 am - 5 pm, at Ultima NIMCO in the Millyard; Google Map: 1 Spine St, Nashua
  • Closing: Saturday, June 8th, at 1pm, at Park Social at Labine (corner of Pine and Ledge Streets)

The Nashua International Sculpture Symposium is a collaborative volunteer endeavor of the City of Nashua, Nashua Arts Commission, City Arts Nashua, the Nashua Area Artists Association and the Andres Institute of Art. 

The purpose of NISS is to create outdoor public art that engages the public, generates enthusiasm for art, and identifies Nashua as a unique and special place. 

Each year since 2008 artists are invited to Nashua for three weeks to create outdoor public art for the City. The artists’ stipend plus materials are the only costs. All other needs for a successful event are generously donated by the community.  NIMCO has generously donated the space for the artists to work. Throughout the three weeks of the Symposium, people sign up to provide lunch and dinner for the artists. Host families open their homes. Volunteers provide transportation. The Symposium Committee, all volunteers as well, organize various fundraisers.

For more information or to get involved, please call Kathy at 589-3075, or email Nashua.sculpture@gmail.com

 

May 4: Iron Melt Workshop

Nashua International Sculpture Symposium presents Iron Melt Workshop

Spring into SPRING!  Come join us in creating your very own artwork beginning with a scratch mold.  Each mold will be cast with molten iron – ready to take home.

Directed by “Ironperson” Joseph Montroy,
NH Sculptor

Saturday 1:00 PM
May
4, 2013

NIMCO in the
Millyard
1 Pine Street Nashua


Cost: $35.00, all materials included

Space is limited to 65 people.

Children need to be accompanied by an adult.

Pre-registration is required. 


To register by mail –

Make check payable to: City Arts Nashua

Mail to: Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, PO Box 1553, Nashua NH 03061 or register online with a credit card

For more information:
please call Kathy at 589-3075,

or visit Nashua International Sculpture Symposium

MARCH 22, MUSICWORKS: CABARET TO SUPPORT NASHUA INTERNATIONAL SCULPTURE SYMPOSIUM

As part of ongoing fundraising for the sixth annual Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, please join us for MUSICWORKS, a Cabaret of local talent is being held Friday, March 22nd at Martha’s Exchange in Nashua from 8:00 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. The evening will be filled with entertainment by various local talent. Advance tickets can be purchased online with a credit card for $22.00, or for $25.00 at the door. For more details about the Nashua International Sculpture Symposium, please visit their website, or contact Kathy at 603-589-3075.