Through the Lens Exhibit at Gallery 6
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This spring, the walls of Gallery 6 at the Children’s Museum of NH will take visitors on a visual journey far beyond New Hampshire’s borders. The work of nine regional photographers is being shared in a new exhibit titled “Through The Lens – a Look at our Diverse World.” This exhibit will be on display from March 7 – May 26. (Click headline for full article) 

The “Through The Lens” exhibit offers glimpses of life in Africa, Tibet, Viet Nam, Bali, Ireland, Nepal and Brazil, as well as images of children from other countries now living in America. This exhibit is part of the MOSAIC Project at the Children’s Museum of NH, which is raising awareness of the growing cultural diversity found in the Granite State. The exhibit is made possible with the generous support of the NH Council on the Arts and the Fuller Foundation.

Nearly 30 photographs have been selected for the “Through The Lens” exhibit, ranging from simple black-and-white images to lush and vibrant portraits of life in distant lands. Gallery visitors will be able to appreciate the similarities and differences of people of many nations and read the stories of the photographers who captured these images.

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Featured photographers in this show include: Stephen Delaney, Larry Elbroch, Stephen Gianotti, Julee Holcombe, Steven Holt, Nancy Grace Horton, Alexandra Manful, Ron St. Jean and Nic Tanner.

The “Through The Lens” exhibit can be viewed in Gallery 6 during regular business hours at the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire: Tuesday– Saturday 10 am – 5 pm and Sunday noon – 5 pm. No admission fee is required to view the gallery only. Regular admission applies for families who wish to also explore the rest of the museum. 

About the Children’s Museum of New Hampshire

The not-for-profit Children’s Museum of New Hampshire is located in the center of Dover and offers two floors of hands-on, interactive exhibits for families to enjoy together. Visitors can explore a wide range of interests, from dinosaurs, music and aeronautics to world cultures, art and natural history. Open year-round, the Silver LEED-certified museum works closely with schools, social service agencies and educators. The museum also hosts a variety of live performances, workshops, classes and special events. For more information, please visit