Call for Arts Awards Volunteers

City Arts Nashua is looking for volunteers for the 5th Annual Meri Goyette Arts Awards Luncheon. This year’s event will take place on Sunday, March 25th at Sky Meadows Country Club in Nashua and will start at 11am. Volunteers will be needed from 10am to 3pm to help with auction set-up, manning the check-in table, auction check-out, monitoring auctions and other activities, and break-down. To be part of this fun event that raises funds to support and strengthen arts and culture in Nashua contact Tara Kalish at or (413) 329-5721.

Meri Goyette Arts Awards Nominations

Nominations are now open for the 2018 Meri Goyette Arts Awards in three categories – individual, small business, and large company/organization. The award recognizes those that help contribute to a vibrant arts community in greater Nashua at the annual luncheon and auction, held this year on Sunday, March 25th. To nominate in any of the categories download both the nomination Guidelines and Form. Get your nomination in before the deadline, February 23, 2018.

Seeking Coordinator for Arts Gala

City Arts Nashua is seeking to contract with an experienced professional to manage the planning and implementation of the fifth annual Meri Goyette Arts Awards Champagne Luncheon and Auction, scheduled for March 25, 2018.

We are looking for a team player with strong project, event management, and interpersonal skills who is self-motivated and has a flexible schedule. Non-profit fundraising experience is a plus.

Time commitment is approximately 5 hours per week from date of contract to close of the project. Please submit resume, examples of successful project/event management, by October 20, to

City Arts Nashua Restores Precious Fresco Painting

Here is a piece "Nashua City Arts Restores Precious Fresco Painting" by Sheryl Rich-Kern, New Hampshire Public Radio about the restoration of the Margaret's View of Nashua mural. City Arts Nashua raised funds to restore the piece and hired Liza Leto Fulton, a conservator, to serve as as the detective, scientist and art historian behind the mural restoration.