Visiting Artists Bring Art to Life

Performances On And Off Campus

In addition to the many annual in-house department concerts, plays, musical, coffee houses and other informal performances, the Flickinger auditorium main stage plays host to a full slate of professional performers entertaining audiences of the KUA and local community members. These range from dance to Indie Rock, classical, and everything in between. Artists in residence often join the Kimball Union arts community for extended stays that enrich the lives of students and faculty alike.

The vibrant artistic community of the Upper Valley and nearby Dartmouth College supplement all programs at Kimball Union and offer the opportunity to enjoy performances off campus. Weekly trips to world class performances at the Hopkins Center For The Arts are open to all students.

The Taylor Gallery

This well-lit and versatile space is in the Flickinger Arts Center, just off the main lobby. The Gallery is home for student art shows and also serves as the exhibit space for artists from outside the school community. All shows are open to the public free of charge and are preceded by an official Opening. Shows present a variety of media, from pottery, photography and painting, to printmaking and collage. Openings highlight local and not-so-local artists, sometimes featuring alumni, faculty, and former faculty, and are often scheduled to coincide with student or guest performances in the theater.


In The Taylor Gallery Now

Between Two Worlds

The Sculpture of Lawrence J. Nowlan
November 2 - December 19, 2018*

OPENING RECEPTION: Friday, Nov 2, 5:30 - 7:00 pm


 
Agony in the Garden

Taylor Gallery Hours

9 am - 4 pm Monday through Friday
9 am -12 pm Saturday
Closed Sunday

*The gallery will be closed for Thanksgiving Break from November 16 - 25

7 Campus Center Drive,  Meriden, NH

Information: taylorgallery@kua.org
(603) 469-2136

Next Exhibit

List of 1 events.

Arts Events

List of 17 events.

  • Flick Gig: Esperanza Dance Company

    From NYC, Esperanza Dance Company will be in residence and then perform orignal work.
    Flickinger Art Center - Auditorium - Auditorium
  • HOP Trip: Circques Mechanics

    Bus departs circle at 7:15.
    Moore Theater, Dartmouth College
  • Mathilda at Northern Stage

    The popular musical Mathilda is based on the book by Raold Dahl's classic novel. Music by Tm Minchin and Book by Dennis Kelly. Bus will depart at 6:45 for a 7:30 curtain.
    Northern Stage, White River Junction
  • Taylor Gallery Opening: Maria Castellano

    Painting. Exhibit will run in Taylor Gallery through February 9.
    Flickinger Art Center - Taylor - Taylor Gal
  • HOP Trip: Barber Shop Chronicles

    A Fuel, National Theater and West Yorkshire Production

    Written by Inua Ellams.
    African men find community—and grooming—across two continents in this life-affirming blockbuster from the UK’s top theater.
    Bus departs campus center at 7:15
    Moore Theater, Dartmouth College
  • Venus Rising at Northern Stage

    A world premiere by Melissa Smith
    Bus departs campus center at 6:45
    Northern Stage, White River Junction
  • Flick Gig: Senie Hunt

    Senie Hunt "13 returns to campus with his unique style of guitar playing.
    Flickinger Art Center - Auditorium - Auditorium
  • Taylor Gallery: Catherine Greene

    Silk Screen Prints. Exhibit runs in Taylor Gallery through March 30.
  • Winter Musical

    Flickinger Art Center - Auditorium - Auditorium
  • HOP Trip: Jazzmeia Horn

    A young jazz singer poised for greatness, Jazzmeia Horn wowed an international audience with a fiery “Moanin” at the 2018 Grammy Awards ceremony. With titanic vocal skills, creative drive and inspired scatting, she takes charge of each song’s musical and storytelling potential. Her debut album, A Social Call, is a sophisticated collection of fresh, in-the-moment reworkings of inspirational jazz standards, hard bop anthems, spirituals and R&B nuggets. Accompanied by a small ensemble, Horn delivers what she says is “a call to social responsibility, to know your role in your community.”
    Spaulding Auditorium, Dartmouth College
  • HOP Trip: Camille A Brown and Dancers

    INK.
    Choreographer and dancer Camille A. Brown leads her irresistible company in ink, which moves through captivating stories about identity and self-empowerment in African and African American culture. Brown nimbly combines movement styles from social dance, ritual, hip hop, tap and everyday life, enhanced by artist David L. Arsenault’s collage projections and onstage musicians. ink sweeps in time from the slave trade to the present, from griots to DJs, depicting the comedy, sensuality and political edge in black fellowship. Widely known for her TED talk on social dance in the African diaspora and as choreographer for NBC’s recent live broadcast of Jesus Christ Superstar, Brown brings her own distinct vision.
    Moore Theater, Dartmouth College
  • Singers' Night

    Barrette Campus Center
  • Once, Northern Stage

    Book by Edna Walsh, Music and Lyrics by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova
    Northern Stage, White River Junction
  • Spring Jazz and Rock Concert

    Flickinger Art Center - Auditorium - Auditorium
  • Taylor Gallery, Student Art Show

    Flickinger Art Center - Taylor - Taylor Gal
  • Spring Concert

    Dance , Classical and Vocal Ensembles spring performance
    Flickinger Art Center - Auditorium - Auditorium
  • HOP Trip: Barbary Coast Jazz Ensemble

    Spaulding Auditorium

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Founded in 1813, Kimball Union Academy is one of the oldest private boarding high schools in New Hampshire and the country. KUA blends the best of the New England boarding tradition with an innovative, modern educational program for a diverse group of day and boarding students from across the country and around the world. Located in Meriden, New Hampshire in the heart of the Upper Valley, Kimball Union is minutes from Dartmouth College and has direct access to Boston and New York.