Every spring, the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire creates a special art exhibition for our Gallery 6 space that aims to promote appreciation and inclusion of other cultures through the arts.
Previous exhibitions have included:
2018: Immigrant Alphabet
Presented the stories, background and aspects of the cultures of recent immigrants and individuals from the community whose ancestors immigrated to this country in the past. Using the letters of the alphabet as a frame of reference for our young visitors, the art focused on the unique contributions these families have made to the community and the richness derived from having a diverse population.
2017: Thirteen Moons - An Abenaki Child's Year
Used photography, drawings, diagrams, scale models, artifacts, text, and stories/myths to illustrate the Abenaki experience. The exhibition was structured around the thirteen moons of the lunar calendar.
Thank you to our 2018 MOSAIC sponsor:
Thank you to our Gallery 6 sponsors:
The Fuller Foundation