Stage Lynx Auditions:
The Heidi Chronicles
Tuesday Jan 27 and
Friday Jan 30
Sweeney Auditorium, 7-9 pm
The plot follows Heidi Holland from high school in the 1960s to her career as a successful art historian more than twenty years later. The play's main themes deal with the changing role of women during this time period, describing both Heidi's ardent feminism during the 1970s and her eventual sense of betrayal during the 1980s. Though most of the characters are women, there are two important male characters: Peter Patrone, a gay pediatrician who is arguably Heidi's best friend, and Scoop Rosenbaum, a magazine editor who marries and has many affairs, and with whom Heidi has a tense friendship.
Questions? Contact Jewel Davis, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wheelchair Basketball Benefit
Tuesday, January 27
Wellness Center Gym
This event is held to benefit the Zech DeVits Memorial Equipment Fund to support students with disabilities who are in need of assistive technology. Two teams of players compete in wheelchairs in an exciting, action-packed basketball game.
Did you know that there is a breastfeeding friendly space on campus? The Child and Family Development Center (CFDC) has a space for nursing mothers, and is available to any member of the NHTI community who needs a private space to nurse or express breast milk.
For further information contact the CFDC at 230-4024 or email@example.com.
Last chance to sign up for the first of a series of 4-week art classes offered by NHTI's Visual Arts department in partnership with GoodLife Programs and Activities. The cost for each intensive, hands-on class is only $100, plus materials. Starting this week:
Introduction to Acrylics and Impressionist Painting with Sara Ellis
Tuesdays, January 27 – February 17, 1-3 pm
An introduction to the basic techniques of acrylic painting while learning about the Impressionist style. Based upon the notion of capturing what we see in a brief instant, Impressionist work features loose brush work and vibrant colors. Reproductions of Master paintings to work from will be provided, or bring your own printed resources. All levels of experience are welcome.
NHTI’s Visual Arts studios are located at 254 North State Street. For more information call (603) 228-6630 or email info@GoodLifeNH.org.
Jan 23, 2015