Monday, February 19, 2024

Exhibition: Combing History: Flax and Linen in New Hampshire

Posted by Kimberly Alexander

The exhibition has been in the works for several months but it is now official! SAVE the DATE for Combing History: Flax and Linen in New Hampshire

This is a highlight for me as the Director of the Museum Studies program at UNH: MA grad students and Team Flax are curating, installing and fundraising for the exhibition and extensive public programing at the Woodman Museum in Dover, New Hampshire.

Hope to see you on 6 April 10:00-5:00 or at one of our public programs! Watch this space for details as they develop.


Beth Gallucci, UNH Museum Studies MA candidate


Curatorial Assistants:

Sophie MacDonald, UNH Museum Studies, MA candidate

John Cookson, Woodman Museum & UNH BA candidate 


Community Fundraiser:

Katherine Morgan, Independent Community Liaison


Project Directors:

Dr. Kimberly Alexander, Director of Museum Studies, UNH

Jonathan Nichols, Director, Woodman Museum & UNH MA candidate

Graphic Design:

Grace Gallucci

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