North Country Heritage | Our Members | About AANNH | Contact Us | Home

Our mission is to promote, support & sustain culture, heritage & the arts in Northern New Hampshire
AANNH is a regional resource, presenting partner programs in schools & communities; producing print and on-line cultural guides; and providing assistance and opportunities to artists, schools, organizations, and arts supporters throughout our region.

  
Donate
Upcoming Community Programs
Join our E-Mail List
Become a Member
Arts in Inclusive Learning
NH Arts Learning Network
Artist Listing
2017-2018
Why Do the Arts Matter?
Sponsorship and Advertising Opportunities
ArtsNorth E-Bulletin




Follow us on Facebook!


The Arts Alliance is grateful for the operating support provided by grants from the Neil and Louise Tillotson Fund at the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation, NHCF

the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts

and the National Endowment for the Arts.




 

 




We are thrilled that our Experience/Arts partnership with Grafton County Senior Citizens Council has been awarded a second year of funding from Aroha Philanthropies and the Couch Family Foundation. Beginning next month we’ll be offering another series of eight arts classes for adults ages 55 and older – in Plymouth, Haverhill, Lebanon and Littleton. We’ll be starting off mid-May with “Working with Clay” at the Littleton Studio School and “Photographing Nature” at the Horse Meadow Senior Center. If you are a potential participant, please contact us at programs@aannh.org to make sure you are put on the list to hear what classes have been scheduled. Read more about Experience/Arts here.

 



May 20-22, internationally acclaimed Syrian clarinetist/composer Kinan Azmeh and Sri Lankan-born pianist/composer Dinuk Wijeratne share their stirring "Art of the Duo" programs across northern New Hampshire. These world-class artists fuse elements of Arabic and south-east Asian vocabulary with classical and jazz music idioms to create a new sonic world that the legendary Marcel Khalife called "wings of breath." Their residency will also address issues from collaboration and creativity to cultural awareness in talks, lecture-demonstrations and community gatherings. Contact us if you’d like to be part of this amazing residency! Read more here.

 

calling

Culture never stops! If you're interested in cultural programs, partnerships or outreach opportunities, we encourage you to email or call us to let us know, and we'll be glad to talk or meet with you. We have a fantastic list of artists and programs we can offer, any time of day, any time of year, for any age and any size group! If you’re interested in workshops, concerts, partnerships or outreach opportunities, we encourage you to email or call us to let us know, and we’ll be glad to meet or talk with you.

 



Lorraine Chapman, one of New England’s most respected choreographers, will be working with dancers – and non-dancers – on contemporary dance and interdisciplinary movement in a multi-part residency that continues throughout the spring. Lorraine will work solo several days and will also be joined by her company for a series of community residency days, offering classes for dancers, theater artists and community members around the region, including ballet, modern and Grotowski-based movement awareness and improv sessions. Learn more about offerings here.