LACONIA — Scott Bulger presents 'Anonymous', a solo exhibition of new work hosted by River Room Gallery at the Belknap Mill, Beacon Street East. The opening reception for the exhibition will be held on Friday, August 15, from 5 to 7 p.m.
Three years in the making, 'Anonymous' illustrates the constraints placed upon those subjugated and objectified by corrupt corporate and government power. Effective communication between the people and the power has ceased to exist causing the populace to be ignored, censored, and minimalized. We have been stripped into anonymity.
In 49 powerful black and white prints, Bulger artfully illustrates the bonds of anonymity into which the populace has been forced, and the emerging awakening that will eventually allow us to break that which binds. Bulger's exhibit will be on display until the end of August. Regular gallery hours are Wednesday through Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Scott Bulger is a Northwood based artist with 30 years of experience working primarily in a photographic medium. He holds a B.A. in Visual Communication from Savannah College of Art and Design, and is a M.F.A. candidate in Visual Arts at Lesley University College of Art and Design while currently teaching photography at Plymouth State University. Bulger's collection of large scale, alternative process images titled 'Evolution', is currently on display at Gallery 136 ½, Manchester, Connecticut. For more information, please visit www.scottbulger.com.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 August 2014 09:12
FRANKLIN — A series of workshops designed to benefit those with ongoing health concerns, or those who help care for someone with such problems, will be offered by LRGHealthcare at Franklin Regional Hospital each Wednesday, beginning Aug. 13 through Sept. 17, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m.
The Better Choices, Better Health series of workshops will look at health issues experienced by those who live with chronic pain, diabetes, or arthritis, and would want to learn how to better manage this health concern so they can do the things you want to do.
Those attending the free workshops will apply skills for living a full, healthy life with a chronic condition, learn to set weekly goals and develop a practical step-by-step plan for improving health and quality of life. Weekly topics include healthy eating, physical activity, relieving stress, pain and fatigue management, and more!
Workshop leaders will guide participants through this program developed by the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Those who want more information about the program or who want to register for the workshops, can call LRGHealthcare Education Services at 527-7120.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 11:18
MOULTONBOROUGH — "Who's Watching You? Owls of the World" will be presented Thursday, August 14 at 7:30 p.m. at the Loon Center. Photographer Mark Wilson and Naturalist Marcia Wilson will share their passion for owls and will introduce guests to the the owls of New England and beyond at this free presentation. They will share the field marks, signs and naturalist's skills that you can use to find wild owls without disturbing them, while introducing you to six live owls up close.
Held at the Loon Center by the Loon Preservation Committee, The Summer Nature Talks are given every Thursday evening at 7:30 pm during the months of July and August. All programs are free admission.
For 37 years the Loon Preservation Committee has worked to preserve the Common Loon and its habitat in New Hampshire through research, education, and management
Next Thursday, August 21st, the Loon Preservation Committee Annual Meeting will precede LPC Senior Biologist/Executive Director's presentation featuring the "2014 Loon Season Report" with Nature Photographer John Rockwood showcasing photos of the loons on Lake Massabesic.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 11:12
LACONIA — The Mary Butler Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) awarded Denise Sharlow, Executive Director of the Belknap Mill Society a donation of $5,000 for the Belknap Mill Window Efficiency Project. This is the first installment of the $10,000 grant that was approved by the National Society of the DAR.
The Belknap Mill has been evaluating the needs of the building and will be focusing on energy improvements that will benefit the overall efficiencies of the Mill. The Belknap Mill has 87 windows, not including the celestial windows on the 4th floor that can be improved without causing any physical changes to the historic nature of the building. Improvements can be made to the windows that will lower utility costs and positively impact the Mill’s mission of education, history, art and humanities.
Denise Sharlow stated, “It was very nice of the Mary Butler Chapter to invite me to participate in July’s monthly meeting. I enjoyed meeting the members and am very excited to be working with such wonderful women who support our mission of protecting and preserving the Belknap Mill. The funding from the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution will be very helpful toward the overall project completion."
For more information, please contact Rosalie Babraiz at 603-523-8315 or Denise Sharlow at 603-524-8813.
Last Updated on Monday, 11 August 2014 11:09
- High Range Band performing in Rotary Park tomorrow
- Sen. Forrester to host picnic on Sunday in Meredith
- Northeast Counter-Terrorism Summit slated for Plymouth State University October 3
- Blue Moon film available at Laconia Public Library
- Laconia Historical & Museum Society to host program on Pickett’s Charge on Monday
- Veterans Home Residents Honored for Efforts