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  1. Exhibition at The Newport Mill

  2. A new contemporary art space

  3. An international group of curated video artists:

  4. Georgie Friedman   (Spiraling Water images | video)

  5. Amy Globus

  6. Susan Jennings

  7. Claire Langan

  8. Jenn Moller

  9. Joey Morgan

  10. Ethan Murrow

  11. Jaanika Peerna

  12. and 20 juried videos

  13. Installation & 2-D works:

  14. June Ahrens

  15. Avy Claire

  16. Fei Cui

  17. Stephen DiRado

  18. Anne Lindberg

  19. Larry Silver

  20. Mike and Doug Starn

  21. Daniel Wheeler



Exhibition hours:

Thursday - Sunday   11:00 - 5:00 pm

Opening Reception: August 8, 2009, 4 -7 pm

The Newport Mill

169 Sunapee Street Newport, NH 03773


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exhibiting: Spiraling Water, installation documentation

The Newport Mill

  1. The show is slated for four venues concurrently along the Connecticut River Valley watershed:

  2. The Newport Mill

  3. 169 Sunapee Street, Newport, New Hampshire

  4. Exhibit info above

  5. The Brattleboro Museum

  6. 10 Vernon Street, Brattleboro, Vermont

  7. “Waterfall,” an installation by Shuli Sade.

  8. Spheris Gallery

  9. 59 South Main St, Hanover, New Hampshire

  10. Featuring work by Jeffrey Blondes, Masaru Emoto, Shinichi Maruyama

  11. and 6 juried videos.

  12. Great River Arts

  13. 33 Bridge Street, Bellows Falls, Vermont

  1. More info:

  1. last updated Aug 7, 2009

H2O: Film on Water celebrates our relationship to the natural world as seen through the eyes of almost one hundred artists.  With water as the exhibition’s thesis, the show is approachable by all audience members. Yet, given the sophistication and sheer diversity of imagery and viewpoint, each work will prompt viewers to re-examine this elemental force.  The theme is a timely one, given the focus on identifying climatic change and its effect both on our lives, and on those throughout the world who struggle to access safe drinking water. For this exhibition, we are partnering with Water for People, a non-profit organization that develops locally sustainable drinking water and sanitation facilities in developing countries throughout the world.

Curated by Cynthia Reeves, of Cynthia-Reeves Gallery NY, NY.