The mission of the University Museum is to develop, maintain, exhibit and interpret historical objects and property that relate to the history of the University of New Hampshire and its alumni. These collections shall preserve the memory of the University's past and perpetuate its traditions and ideals.
The museum features two exhibitions per year highlighting different aspects of UNH history as well as its current activites. Exhibits include a variety of artifacts, photographs, documents and memorablia drawn from the museum, the university archive collections and from the Special Collections. Past Exhibitions have covered topics such as UNH traditions, women students at UNH, the history of the marine program and some of the oddities in the collection.
September 13 – December 13, 2013
In the Company of Artists: An Exhibition of Art and Fine Crafts By UNH Staff
The University Museum in Dimond Library announces its second campus-wide staff arts and fine crafts exhibition, September 13 – December 13, 2013. The exhibit will recognize our creative colleagues for work they do outside their day (or night) jobs at UNH. Original art and fine crafts in any media will be considered.
Eligible staff: all faculty (see exception) and staff, full and part-time, hourly and benefits eligible. Exception: studio arts faculty who have opportunities to exhibit their work in the UNH Museum of Art.
See the article in Campus Journal.
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