COME BY AND VISIT TO VIEW FRESH ARTWORK BY LOCAL ARTISTS!!
Hours of Operation
|Wednesdays - Fridays||11:00 AM - 3:00 PM|
|Saturdays||10:00 AM - 2:00 PM|
The ArtHub is the collaboration between the Nashua Area Artists’ Association and artists of all backgrounds and interests. Its goal is to support artists in the growing arts community in the Greater Nashua Area by offering a gallery to display their work, technique based demos, workshops and classes, exhibition opportunities, and more. The ArtHub is committed to community outreach by working with and supporting other local arts groups in their effort to make the City of Nashua and the surrounding communities a destination for the arts.
In an effort to do so, the ArtHub seeks professional artists who are looking for a space to teach their own classes. These artists set their own course fees and class size. Providing their own classes, the Artist is given a great opportunity to earn extra income. The ArtHub rents at only $25 per 4-hour block for members of the Association and $45 for non-members.
We’re also searching for volunteers to teach an art class or workshop to help promote the arts in our community! The Association is a non-profit organization and we hope that Artists may consider volunteering to teach a class, workshop, or demonstration organized and promoted by the Association.
The gallery is located at 30 Temple Street, a seven story building in downtown Nashua. This building is owned by R. J. Finlay & Co., and was once known as One Indian Head Plaza…or the pink building. There is free onsite parking, with a very well lit lot. The building is easily accessible and has elevators. There is a security guard at the front desk while the building is open for business. The NAAA’s new location is on the ground floor, Suite 102. If one walks down the street on Temple Street, they’ll be able to peer into our space.
So…what is nearby? Right in the building is City Moose Café (1st floor). The Nashua Public Library and Main Street, with its wonderful restaurants and shops, are within walking distance!!
Open Call for Art – “Wild and Woolly”
January 9, 2019 – March 2, 2019
Unleash the wild and embrace the woolly for this open-call art exhibition. We are looking for art that explores everything from wild weather, wild locales and wildlife to woolly creatures, fiber art, and art made from wool.
Please see the Prospectus (PDF) for more information.
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