The December 21st Tango & Salsa Solstice Party was the place to be! We saw so many lovely people in one place, with students from Nashua and Wilton, dancers from near and far as well as new faces. It was warm, friendly and festive.
Thank you to all who came out, together we raised over $200 for the Rise Up Center for the Arts, Healing and CommUnity and were able to make a food donation to the local pantry. We hope to see you all dancing in the New Year in class and at the next 3rd Friday Milonga social!
Classes starting soon!
Nashua: Jan 6th 7PM (6:30 for new comers and those who wish to come early)
Witon: Jan 7th 6:30 beginners 7:30 advanced
Milonga Social: Jan 18th
Tango talk and demo at the Wilton, NH town Library. We were there to talk about tango and to answer questions about the dance and the evolution of tango music.
On May 11th, we are excited to be performing at the Nashua International Sculpture Symposium Reception at Nashua Airport at Boire Field. We will be helping to celebrate sculptor and professor of visual arts, Carina Fabaro from Argentina.
Join us in welcoming this year’s sculptors to our community. This a great opportunity to learn about the Symposium and interact with the artists and the Nashua arts community. Food and beverages will be available. Tickets $15. Children twelve and under are free. Come to this page for additional updated information. For ticket information go to; http://www.nashuasculpturesymposium.org/events/
The Nashua International Sculpture Symposium is an annual community event designed to elevate the awareness and appreciation of public art in Nashua.
Nashua is the only city in the U.S. which hosts an annual international sculpture symposium. 2018 marks the 11th year Nashua will celebrate its International Sculpture Symposium. This was originally inspired by Meri Goyette, a major arts supporter who resides in Nashua, and John Weidman, director of the Andres Institute of Art, Brookline, New Hampshire.
Artists are invited from around the world to spend three weeks in Nashua creating public art. Truly a community project, residents host the artists in their homes, bring meals as they work, provide transportation, and interact with the artists as they create. The completed sculptures are then placed in public places throughout the City for all to enjoy.