Kimball Jenkins Satellite Gallery Now at the Greater Manchester Chamber


imball Jenkins is an arts and cultural center which exists in a unique and amorphous space celebrating multitudinous partners, artists and advocates who actively and historically invest their innovations and resources into the health and cultural exceptionalism of New Hampshire. The Greater Manchester Chamber has partnered with Kimball Jenkins to curate a satellite gallery featuring a myriad of diverse artists, as a step in ensuring a more inclusive and desirable future for New Hampshire. You’ll continue to see rotating art installations in the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Boardroom at the Greater Manchester Chamber, located at 54 Hanover Street, Manchester, over the course of the next year.

January/February Gallery “Silver Sunbeams”

The Silver Sunbeams, who are being featured this month right in the heart of Manchester, are an integral part of Kimball Jenkins and the New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists who, last year published NH Now, a two and a half year long project highlighting New Hampshire’s rich and varying communities. They are a site partner to Kimball Jenkins and aid in the successes of shows, outreach and technical training to staff, interns and members of the NHSPA.

“Silver Sunbeams” Reception

The show will run through February with a reception celebrating the highly technical work of photographers Claudia Rippee, Sanico Denaut, Gary Samson and Beverly Conway to be held on February 9th from 5 – 6:30pm at the Greater Manchester Chamber, 54 Hanover Street, Manchester. Please feel free to drop-by at any point during the reception to view the gallery and meet the artists themselves.

Satellite Gallery Hours & Viewing

The Kimball Jenkins Satellite Gallery at the Greater Manchester Chamber, located in the Daily Mirror Office Building on 54 Hanover St,  is open Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 9AM-4PM. The gallery is located inside of the GMC’s Harvard Pilgrim Health Care (HPHC) Board Room, which is sometimes rented out by private groups. Individuals are invited to view the installation and purchase original prints either outright or through payment installations with no interest, although it is recommended you contact the GMC to ensure access to the HPHC Boardroom and Satelite Gallery during the time you plan to visit. Call (603) 792-4120 and chat with the GMC’s Office and Program Coordinator, Lauren Clark.

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