Come join us for the annual Dover Middle School art show. These amazing students display dozens of their works of art created this school year. Opening night Thursday March 19 5pm-8pm, Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am-5pm in the Woodman – Thom Hindle Art Gallery 15 Summer Street Dover, NH. Three days only don’t miss it!!
Postponed until Museum Opening Amanda Raynes attended Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, graduated with a degree in drawing and painting from Laguna College of Art & Design and currently resides in Lee, New Hampshire. Pulling from her New England roots combined with her experience in the Western US, her art has elements that span… Continue reading Artist Amanda Raynes Art Show in the Woodman Museum – Thom Hindle Gallery, 15 Summer Street. Postponed until Museum Opening
Amanda Raynes attended Lyme Academy College of Fine Arts, graduated with a degree in drawing and painting from Laguna College of Art & Design and currently resides in Lee, New Hampshire. Pulling from her New England roots combined with her experience in the Western US, her art has elements that span both time and place.… Continue reading Artist Amanda Raynes Art Show in the Woodman Museum – Thom Hindle Gallery, 15 Summer Street. Postponed until Museum Opens
The Woodman Museum will be holding its spring fundraiser, the first of two Beer, Music and History events to be held on the grounds of the Museum on June 9 from 4-7pm. Admission is $5 per guest. The Woodman Museum, now in swing for its 103rd season, is proud again to partner with Bad Lab… Continue reading Beer, Music and History at the Woodman
The Woodman Museum is to welcome author Ernest L. Abel for the continuation of its monthly Speaker Series, in which he will discuss his book John Wilkes Booth and the Women Who Loved Him, on May 29 at 7pm. The book, released in 2018, recounts the history of the various and sometimes sordid romances of… Continue reading Woodman Speaker Series: “J.W. Booth and the Women Who Loved Him”
Woodman Speaker Series Presents “Cotton Is King”: Capitalism, Slavery, and the Economic Ties between North and South The Woodman Speaker Series returns this April with a lecture by Aaron Chin, in which he explores forms of capitalism in the North and South leading up to the Civil War–and the North’s unspoken exploitation of the system… Continue reading Woodman Speaker Series: The Economics of Slavery
The Woodman Museum is excited to announce its March Woodman Speaker Series event, which will explore the extraordinary life of New Hampshire native General John Stark and his integral connection to American independence. The talk will take place on March 27 at 7pm at the museum’s Woodman House (182 Central Avenue, Dover, NH 03820). A… Continue reading Woodman Speaker Series: General John Stark
The Woodman Museum announces its first Speaker Series event of 2019, “Diplomacy in Early New England: Treaty Conferences as a Window on Native and Non-Native Cultures,” to be held on February 20 at 7:00 PM. Tickets are $5 for non-members and free for members. The event kicks off the 2019 Speaker Series to be hosted… Continue reading Speaker Series: Patricia Violette Explores Colonial-Native Treaties
The Woodman Museum welcome Chamber members to its holiday Business Open House event. Bring plenty of business cards and enjoy an evening of networking with friends and colleagues. Food and beverage free to attendees. To RSVP, please click here.
Veterans Day 2018 at the Woodman Museum has been cancelled due to snow. There is no rain/snow date. Thank you for your interest and we hope to see you in 2019!