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Listed below are Arts Alliance arts, culture and heritage organizational and business members, as well as individual artists. Members listed also include nonprofits, municipalities, chambers of commerce, libraries, social service agencies, hospitality properties, and community businesses. We encourage you to visit them and take advantage of the varied and wonderful programs and services they offer. Use the links to the left for easy navigation.

Arts Centers, Performing Arts Organizations, Theaters of the Lakes & Mountains, Community Arts Councils

Advice to the Players
PO Box 14, North Sandwich NH 03259 (603) 986-6253
An award winning, community-based, professional theater company with students at the heart of its mission. Performances and Shakespeare Camps are offered in Center Sandwich and beyond.

Alumni Hall Cultural & Interpretive Center
75 Court Street, Haverhill NH 03765 (603) 989-5500
Year-round and accessible Center for the Fine & Performing Arts, Heritage Interpretive Center, Connecticut River Byway Visitor Center
Grand Hall, Raised Stage, Green Room, Dressing Rooms, Workshop Rooms
Available for Rent for Community · School · Business · Private · Functions · Meetings · Performances · Exhibits · Classes

Ammonoosuc Region Arts Council and The ARTS Gallery
P.O. Box 134, The ARTS Gallery, 28 S. Main Street, Lisbon NH 03585
(603) 838-2300
Ammonoosuc Region Arts Council sponsors arts and cultural events. The ARTS Gallery offers classes and exhibits work of artists from the North Country of NH and Vermont's Northeast Kingdom.

Arts Council of Tamworth
P.O. Box 1, Tamworth NH 03886 (603) 323-8104
Presenting inspiring performances, cultural events and kids' arts enrichment for nearly half a century

Arts Jubilee
Cranmore Mountain, PO Box 647, North Conway, NH 03860 1-800-SUN-N-SKI (800-786-6754)
Bringing live, world-class, family-friendly music performances to the Mt. Washington Valley

The Barnstormers Theatre
Rte 113A, PO Box 434, Tamworth NH 03886 (603) 323-8500
The oldest professional summer theatre in the country, now year round!

Camerata New England, Inc
PO Box 5173, Hanover, NH 03755 (802) 785-4833
Is a non-profit professional chamber ensemble dedicated to sharing the inspiration and joy of classical music with urban and rural populations of northern New England and beyond, especially underserved areas. Develop new audiences to classical music, promote New England composers and musicians, and enrich the lives of people of all ages and backgrounds.

The Colonial Theatre
2050 Main St., Bethlehem NH 03574 (603) 869-3422
Regional arts center presenting outstanding films and live performances

Denmark Arts Center
50 West Main Street, RT. 160, Denmark ME
Housed in a beautiful old fraternal hall built in 1884, the Denmark Arts Center offers cultural opportunities including music, theatre and visual arts for the surrounding community to enjoy. Performances include plays, cabarets, dance and puppet shows.

Friends of the Arts Regional Arts Council
PO Box 386, Plymouth NH 03264 (603) 536-1182
Bringing visual & performing arts to the Lakes Region & mountains since 1973

The Frost Place
PO Box 74, Ridge Road, Franconia 03580 (603) 823-5510
The Frost Place is a nonprofit educational center for poetry and the arts based at Robert Frost's old homestead.

Great North Woods Committee for the Arts
PO Box 302, Colebrook, NH 03576 (603) 246-8998 or (603) 237-9302
The GNWCA continues to bring high caliber performances to the North Country! Visit or call 603-237-9302 for concert schedules.

International Musical Arts Institute
Since 1997, musicians of international reputation have joined with emerging young artists to present masterworks of classical chamber music to audiences of Northern New Hampshire and Western Maine.A series of 4-5 concerts per week are presented during the month of July at our home-base in Fryeburg, Maine, and in surrounding communities. Also presenting “Northward Bound” concerts in Coos County.

Little Church Theater
40 Route 113, Holderness, NH 968-2250
Celebrating their tenth season, The Little Church Theater is committed to bringing unique theatrical and artistic events to the region. They are located on the shores of Squam Lake and their season runs from May through September.

Margret and H.A. Rey Center: Arts in the Mountains
5 Noon Peak Road, Waterville Valley, NH (603) 236-3308
Through collaboration and partnership, the Rey Center seeks to provide a diversity of quality opportunities to experience, observe, and be educated in a variety of art disciplines

Medallion Opera House
Gorham Town Hall, 20 Park Street, Gorham, NH 03581 603-466-3322 or on Facebook at Medallion Opera House
A newly renovated multi-functional community theater/auditorium located at Gorham Town Hall (built in 1918), which re-opened in May of 2011. The theater is available for rent for private and business functions.

Mount Washington Valley Theatre Company
Eastern Slope Inn Playhouse, North Conway, NH 03860 (603) 356-5776
Celebrates its 38th season of Broadway Musicals in the Mountains. This Summer? CATS, CABARET, FIDDLER ON THE ROOF AND BABY. Tickets $27. Season Passes $85. For schedule/reservations: 603-356-5776.

Mountain Top Music Center
P.O. Box 1228, 111 Main St., Conway NH 03818 (603) 447-4737
A community music school enriching lives and building community by providing inspiring music education and performance and listening opportunities throughout the area

Music In the Great North Woods
290 Gorham Hill Road, Gorham 03581 (603) 326-3242
Sponsoring and promoting classical music in the Gorham-Berlin-Randolph areas and points north.

N.C.C.A. / Jean's Playhouse
Papermill Drive, off Route 112, Kancamagus Highway, Lincoln NH 03251 (603) 745-2141
North Country Center for the Arts in Lincoln, NH, founded in 1986, presently operates two community theater groups (the Playhouse Players for all ages and Jean's Teens for young local performers) during the winter and spring seasons while the 27-year old professional Papermill Theatre and Children's Theatre companies perform during the summer and fall. The NCCA operates from the beautiful new Jean's Playhouse, complete with a climate-controlled, 260-seat auditorium- opened July 1, 2012.

NH Master Chorale
(603) 535-2367
The NH Master Chorale is an auditioned chamber ensemble dedicated to excellence in the art of choral music performance.

North Country Chamber Players
PO Box 865, Franconia NH 03580
World class musicians performing the chamber music repertoire during their 6-week “White Mountain Music Festival” in July and August at the Sugar Hill Meetinghouse, Alumni Hall in Haverhill, Governor’s Lodge in Lincoln, Mountainview Grand Resort in Whitefield, as well as children’s programs in area schools during the year.

North Country Chorus
PO Box 184, Wells River, VT 05081 603-989-5523
North Country Chorus is a community chorus serving the Upper Connecticut River Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont. It typically presents three concert seasons annually and Madrigal Dinners in January.

Benjamin W. Mayerson
Performing Arts Impresario USA, LLC
Shelburne, NH 723-3450
A comprehensive management company providing Raymond Klechot, world renowned silent actor, with engagement and logistical support.

Salyards Center for the Arts
A project of the Conway Historical Society
Celebrating the arts by providing a facility that is available and affordable to residents and visitors in the greater Mt. Washington Valley and offering a broad range of quality and culturally diverse programs in the performing and visual arts and a state-of-the-art meeting space available to corporations, non-profits, and individuals.

St. Kieran Community Center for the Arts
155 Emery St., Berlin NH 03570 (603) 752-1028
Presenting a wide variety of outstanding cultural events for the Androscoggin Valley community

Shakespeare in the Valley
3 Noon Peak Road, Waterville Valley NH (603) 726-0098
Acclaimed Theatre Under the Stars, New Hampshire’s only professional outdoor repertory theatre. This lean, mean Shakespearean machine’s putting the “shake” back in Shakespeare all summer!

Silver Center for the Arts
MSC 36; 17 High Street, Plymouth State University, Plymouth NH 03264 (603) 535-ARTS
Year round performing arts in a beautiful facility featuring a guest artist series, lecture and poetry series, students and faculty performances. Visit the website for information or call for a brochure.

Theatre North
PO Box 266, Berlin NH 03570-0266 (603) 723-1004

Upstage Players
Lisbon, NH (603) 838-5008
Offers community theatre performances and opportunities for all ages. Based at the Lisbon Town Hall for nearly 30 years.

Weathervane Theatre Players, Inc.
Rte 3, PO Box 127, Whitefield NH 03598 (603) 838-6072 (year round)
Professional summer theatre since 1966. Mainstage alternating rep, children’s shows & camp.
2007 Yankee magazine Editors Pick.

White Mountain Musical Arts / Bach Festival
PO Box 2753, North Conway, NH 03860
Bringing public musical performances of art music and an annual Bach Festival in August. Performance locations at First Church of Christ Congregational, North Conway and Leura Hill Eastman Performing Arts Center, Fryeburg, Maine

Winnipesaukee Playhouse
PO Box 5201, Laconia NH 03246 (603) 366-7377

World Fellowship Center
PO Box 2280, 368 Drake Hill Road, off Route 16, Conway, NH 03818
(603) 447-2280
Intergenerational multicultural offerings include lectures, discussions, workshops and stage performances. Non-profit hospitality is available in converted farmhouses and campsites on 455 wilderness acres.

Yeoman’s Fund for the Arts
PO Box 75, Center Sandwich NH 03227 (603) 284-6260
Promoting, funding and producing community-based arts programs in Sandwich and surrounding towns.


Art Galleries & Visual Arts Centers & Associations

Art For The Soul
11 Exchange St. Gorham, New Hampshire 03581 (603) 466-2666
Featuring work by Northern NH and Vermont artists and artisans

Artistic Roots
75 Main Street - On the Common - Plymouth NH (603) 536-2750
Cooperative art gallery and teaching center

Cardigan Mountain Gallery & Gift Shop
Corner of Depot Street and Route 4, Canaan, NH (603) 523-7292
Gallery Hours: Wed.-Sat.: 10-6, Sun.: 10-4

Karl Drerup Art Gallery / Plymouth State University Exhibitions Program
Gallery in Draper Maynard Building
Main Street, Plymouth NH 03264 (603) 535-2614
A center for educational exploration and artistic collaboration, presented in the Drerup Gallery and in the beautiful foyer of the Silver Center for the Arts on Main Street, Plymouth.

Gold Leaf Frame & Gallery/ Lee Ring
41A Hemlock Lane, Conway, NH 03818 (603) 356-3979
A custom frame shop with gallery dedicated to exhibiting area artists on a revolving schedule every three months. Open Tuesday through Saturday 10-5.

Littleton Retail Gallery – League of NH Craftsmen
81 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561 (603) 444-1099

Fiddleheads Distinctive Gifts
110 Main Street, Colebrook, NH 03576 (603) 237-9302
Mondays 10-3, Tuesday through Saturday 10-5.

Jackson Art Exploration
Jackson, NH 387-3463
A working studio that offers classes for kids, teens and adults. Classes include painting, drawing, 3-D art, printmaking and more! Call to be added to the mailing list.

Mount Washington Valley Arts Association
16 Norcross Place, PO Box 1603, North Conway, NH 03860
Promotes the study, appreciation and display of the visual arts, particularly in the Mt. Washington Valley area. Offers a full schedule of classes, monthly exhibits and other programs.

North-of- the-Notch Studio
Tannery Martketplace, 111 Saranac St., Littleton NH 03561 (603) 444-6266
Open studio featuring paintings, prints and extreme close-up photographs by artist Bob Copeland

Old Mill Studio
36 King Square, Whitefield NH 03598 (603) 837-8778
A gallery of handcrafted art and classes for your creative spirit

Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery
69 Maple Street, Center Sandwich NH 03227 (603) 284-7728
Patricia Ladd Carega Gallery exhibits art in all media by leading contemporary artists. The gallery shows an eclectic collection of figurative and abstract work that focuses on originality and innovation. Located in a large barn built in 1825, the ample space provides an excellent venue for two and three dimensional work. To learn more about us, visit our website at

State of the Art Gallery/ Barbara Wilson
PO Box 62, Jackson, NH 03846 (603) 383-9441

St. Johnsbury Athenaeum & Art Gallery
1171 Main Street, St. Johnsbury, VT 05819 (802) 748-8291
The Athenaeum’s extensive art gallery, consisting of primarily American and European artists from the late 18th Century and the middle 19th Century, is open to the public. The Athenaeum also houses a private, nonprofit public library.

Squam Lakes Artisans
900 Rte. 3, Holderness NH 03245. (603) 968-9525
A non-profit artists’ cooperative gallery nestled in the Kirkwood Gardens in Holderness. Find the perfect gift, made in New Hampshire, for any occasion. Open from 10-5 daily from Memorial Day through Columbus Day.

Surroundings Art Gallery
12 Main Street, PO Box 72, Center Sandwich NH 03227 (603) 284-6888

The Underground Gallery @ The Office Market
20 Washington Street, Conway, NH 03818 (603) 447-6612
Featuring original quality works of art by local and regional artists.


Artists, Artist Groups & Arts Businesses

Robbin Adams
Campton, NH (603) 536-7522
Local printmaker offering original hand-pulled prints, each uniquely created by using foam plates and pencil drawing. T-Shirts and cards available with original designs.

Rick Agran
PO Box 22, Montpelier VT (603) 536-9050
Poet in the schools, author, journalist, and arts educator for NH State Council on the Arts and the Children's Literacy Foundation

Eileen Alexander
Dish Diva Mosaics

Whitefield NH (603) 837-2275
Whimsical mosaics for the home and garden created from recycled china and embellished with buttons, jewelry and other found objects. Birdhouses, mirrors, story jars, bed boards, tables and chests.

Roberta Arbree
Randolph NH
Realistic style oil painting

Randy Armstrong

PO Box 128, Dover NH 03821
Musician, Recording Artist, Producer, World Music Specialist, Teaching Artist

Larry & Justine Graykin, Owners
(603) 463-8318
ArtSpider, a NH-based organization, will help you make connections in all the various New Hampshire arts communities; in order that you may find other creative people, resources, organizations, etc. Basic membership is free!

Arts Are Essential, Inc.
Jean Butler
PO Box 2797, Acton MA 01720 Phone/Fax: (978) 263-0108
AAE, Inc. presents professional caliber artist-educators offering high energy, participatory assemblies, hands-on workshops and residencies in music, dance, theater and movement for students of all ages and abilities in grades K-12.

Michele A. Avery
Sonkist Photo
Freelance Photography
Specializes in outdoor portraits ( people, horses, pets, art, autos, motorcycles, planes, etc.). Horses are a passion of hers, as well as the beauty that surrounds us. When combined, portraits are inspired. Also assists small businesses with marketing.

Randall Ayer
Milan, NH (603) 449-3459 or (603) 726-8890
Spray painted acrylic on raw canvas combines a mix and masked media in an original technique allowing for many instances of "uncontrolled" effects, much like nature itself.

Bruce Bacon
Rochester, NH
Figurative painter

Maria Hill Barnes
Glover, VT
Writer, Illustrator, Painter, Singer. She and her family offer a selection of Vermont made children's furniture, paintings, Piñatas (custom designed), cakes, invitations and children's books.

Marek Bennett
Comics Workshop
Henniker, NH 03242

Rhonda Besaw
Whitefield NH (603) 837-3381
Contemporary and traditional Wabanaki arts and crafts, specializing in beadwork.

Andrew R. Bergeron
66 Crestwood Drive, Gorham, NH 03581 (603) 466-2159
Specializes in abstract paintings. Work is colorful, meaningful and inspiring.

Ruby C. Berryman
Lancaster, NH
A playwright and theatre artist writing original plays, adaptations, and musicals. Interested in collaboration on transmedia projects using multi-platform storytelling.

Jennifer Booth
13 Promenade Street, Gorham, NH 03581 (603) 466-3369
Painter of large abstract works of art, utilizing oil and acrylic as well as mixed media.

Larrie Bratko
Kingdom Bowl & Bonsai
160 S. Lunenburg Road
Lunenburg, VT 05906
Hand carved hardwood bowls, driftwood art, bonsai garden

Simon Brooks - Storyteller, educator and voice talent
New London, NH (603) 877-0033
With his bodhrán, British storyteller Simon Brooks combines the intensity of a solo performance with the intimacy of a face-to-face conversation leaving you fully understanding the magic inherent in a story powerfully told. He performs and teaches at schools, libraries, festivals, camps, private organizations and events.

Matt Brown
23 Washburn Hill Road, Lyme, NH 03768 (603) 795-4619
Color woodblock prints using traditional Japanese hanga method.

Ellen Carlson
33 Church Street Tilton, NH 03276
She has been a fiddler for over 30 years and is a NH-certified middle school math teacher with 15 years' classroom experience. She is on the Artist in Education roster.

Lilly Cleveland
Fine Artist
Duxbury, MA and Easton, NH 781-934-1519
She is a fine artist living south of Boston and Easton, NH. Viewsof Mt. Kinsman and Mt. Wolf inspire her works, done wet into wet and with traditional watercolor. She is a Juried Member of NH Art Association.

Connecticut River Artisans Group (CRAG)
CRAG is a “grass-roots” organization consisting of artists and artisans. Their mission is to promote the arts and provide opportunities to new and established artists and artisans in Northern NH, Vermont, and southeastern Quebec.

Coppertoppe Inn & Retreat Center
Sheila Oranch, Owner, Innkeeper
8 Range Road, Hebron, NH 03241 603-744-5036
Coppertoppe hosts individual and group retreats, seminars, and classes; serves as a consignment gallery for artists or crafters; and has a recording studio for musicians. Child and pet friendly.

Kit Cornell/ Kit Cornell Pottery
69 High Street, Exeter NH 03833 (603) 772-6323
Potter and teaching artist

Corner House Inn
PO Box 204, Center Sandwich NH 03227 284-6219
Displaying works from NH artists made available through Surroundings Art Gallery, and featuring Storytelling Dinners every Thursday evening at 6:30 pm, late October through May. Also live music in our pub every Friday evening 6:30 - 9:30 pm. Call or check website for performance schedules.

Denise Crowley
Twin Mt., NH (603) 846-5478
Denise uses the smallest pen tip or finest pencil point to model 3-D objects out of 2-D surfaces. Much time and effort goes into each piece. In her stipple work, each dot is strategically placed, and she thinks of her colored pencil work as paintings, with layer upon layer of color to achieve the desired realism. Nature-oriented projects excite her as they allow her to explore the intricacies of the individual subjects.

Derek Davidson
Bethlehem, NH
Great Highland Bagpipes for all ages. His Scottish bagpiping experiences span nearly 40 years. He has a passionate desire to focus on the study of the instrument and share his knowledge and skills with others of all ages. He conveys the often mystical music of the instrument through both traditional and contemporary tunes. He directs the Celtic Arts program at St. Johnsbury Academy and is the Managing Director of the NH Highland Games.

Regina Delaney
P.O. Box 343, Exeter NH 03833 and
Irish harp music, song, and dance.

Barbara Desroches
Ms Barb's Nature Songs
Featuring Ms Barb, her guitar and her furry ensemble of puppets. Children ages 3 to 9 learn about habitats and habits of NH wildlife as they learn these songs and sing along. Animals like skunks, red fox, woodchucks and moose come alive as the children interact with these realistic puppets! Preschool, elementary school and community programs. Typical program is one hour. Ms Barb's Nature Songs CD is available for sale on Facebook (a sample of the CD is on YouTube).

Aubrie Dionne
Derry, NH (603) 591-1305
Flutist with the Alura Ensemble.

Lynn Durham
Well Being Coach
356 NH Route 175, Holderness, NH 03245 (603) 926-9700
Author of From Frazzled to Fantastic! You're One Thought Away From Feeling Better and author of the audio book, Dancing Gracefully with Life. Lynn offers a workshop that uses dance as a metaphor for moving through life with grace incorporating some international dances as stress relievers.

Ron Edward
Berlin, NH 723-8290
Ron creates one-of-a-kind kaleidoscopes, using the interior -- the object chamber -- as his canvas. Some enlighten, some are humorous, some send a message. Ron asks his viewers to examine a slice of life from a different angle.

Enchanted Acres
Barbara Grant

Pittsburg, NH
Enchanted Acres is an oasis of simplicity, a unique retreat for women, where they will have time for relaxation, rejuvenation, and the opportunity to express themselves creatively through various mediums.

Esther M. Leiper-Estabrooks
Jefferson, NH
Poet Laureate, White Mountains Region.

What's Your Story?
Judy Faust
2 Raymond Court, #21, Hudson, MA 01749 978-212-2345
Facebook: David Curtis Baker
Filmmaker, presenter, personal historian, TV access producer, videographer (shooting and editing for all events, business, and personal stories.)

Edward W. Fayle
Freedom NH

Katherine Ferrier
The Architects/Immediate Theatre

Littleton 914-649-1722 | |
Dance artist, educator, poet and visual artist who has been vigorously engaged in solo and collaborative creative research and design for more than 20 years.

Jeanette Fournier
Nature's Way Studio
Bethlehem, NH 03574
(603) 616-9994
Jeanette creates realistic watercolor paintings of animals/nature with a distinct and original style not commonly found with this medium. She is accepting commissions and custom ordered paintings of animals and nature.

Fiddlesticks Art Studio/ Elaine Gabriel
206 Lewis Hill Road, Bethlehem, NH 03574 (603) 444-6321
Art Studio offering art classes for children and adults in a fun and relaxed environment. Students explore art history, international art, contemporary art and many artistic styles, techniques and mediums.

Arthur Fink
Photography of dancers (prints for sale), people, weddings, births, and other events. Workshops on looking, seeing and photographing from within; photography as journal keeping; art and spirit. Creativity coaching.

Carly Goss
Randolph, NH
Carlybird Weaves is the handweaving studio of Randolph, NH fiber artist, Carly Goss, offering handwoven fashion accessories and basic weaving classes.

Nancy L. Griswold
Fine Artist
Bradford, VT |
Oil Painter, Illustrator, Teacher, Photographer and Designer.

Flora Latte / Emily Herzig
17 Main Street, Littleton, NH 03561 (603) 444-7600,
A full-service florist, café and art gallery, featuring fine organic coffee and
hand-picked flowers and specializing in weddings and other celebratory events. Local and regional artists provide featured exhibits at the shop throughout the year.

Nancy Flynn - Mermaid Graphic Design
Lancaster, NH
(603) 788-2229
Specializing in full color postcards, flyers, copywriting and marketing promotions, and vinyl graphics.

Gateway Gallery & Gifts
Proprietor: Carla Lapierre
36 Exchange Street, Gorham NH 03570
Gateway Gallery & Gifts displays work from local artists- especially local photographers. We also offer local memorabilia and museum quality framing.

Karen Gibson
Mostly Kids Stuff, PO Box 334, North Conway, NH 03860 (603) 356-7172
Colorful, sturdy kids’ work aprons and cloth books (with buttons, zippers, snaps and buckles) are sold at many area stores and the Jackson Farmer’s Market.

Lana Gilcris
Groveton, NH 603-636-1843
Eclectic mixed media artist; needle felting/fiber art, acrylic paintings of wildlife, scenery, folkart and portraits utilizing recycled canvas and medium.

Marty Sage Gilman
PO Box 644, Intervale, NH 03845 (888) 674-2787
A traditional realist, in all mediums. Vibrant images and luminous color are depicted in railroad and mountain paintings. Current interests include contemporary and historic collages.

Sara Glines
Mt. Crescent Crafts
172 Randolph Hill Road Randolph, NH 03593 (603) 466-5033
Creating hand-crafted wooden figures based on seven generations of her family's history in Northern NH. Sharing and teaching others how wonderful their family's history is.

J.P. Goodwin
Silver Lake, NH (978) 273-8779
Well known New England artist relocating her studio to Silver Lake.

Ann Gruczka
Bethlehem NH 03574 (603) 869-2457

Dori Hamilton
Fiber Art-Spinning, Knitting

Valerie Herres
Skylake Communications
Lancaster 788-3734
Offers workshops and training on creativitiy, intuition and meditation, with an additional focus on poetry and photography.

Judith Howcroft
Wilderness Light Photography
Colebrook, NH (603) 246-2007
She is a freelance photographer and the world is her subject. She does wedding photography and works with ad agencies on assignment doing landscape, nature and people.

Roger Irwin
Maidstone, VT
Wildlife and nature photos on display in home gallery. Provides high quality photos for publication in a timely manner.

Michele Johnsen
Colebrook NH
Art educator and fine artist working primarily in acrylics on large, colorful landscapes. Works in a variety of mediums and disciplines, i.e., watercolor, printmaking, jewelry and bookmaking.

Brenda L.B. Kenney
PO Box 124, Pittsburg NH 03592
Visual artist: Original paintings, archival prints, note cards, and gifts featuring images of Northern New Hampshire and beyond. Landscapes, wildlife, still-life, florals, etc.

Patricia Klinefelter
West Stewartstown NH

Janina Lamb/ Lamb & Lion Studio
PO Box 298, Tamworth, NH 03886
Lamb & Lion Studio celebrates the mystery of life, and the precious world we live in. We love WORDS and the PICTURES, especially together, and use them every chance we get.

Rosemarie Lawlor
Littleton (603) 259-3021
Pen and ink and mixed media.

Rachel Lehr
Warner NH
Visual artist, artist-educator, offering interdisciplinary arts and humanities programs on Afghanistan and the Silk Road

Giovanna Lepore
Galleria Giovanna Fine Art

313 River Road Canaan , NH. (603) 523-7154
A chic farm house gallery located in a lovely rural setting. Featuring emerging and known artists in on going exhibits, summer painting workshops for children and adults, traveling art instruction for all ages and abilities. Open June through October Tues-Frid 10-4 Sat 12-5 or by appointment

Jeanne Limmer Dance Center & Axis Dance
RR1 Box 58, Intervale NH 03845 (603) 356-3422
Dance studio, youth dance company

Phil Lonergan
Campton, NH
Sculptor/Director of Sculpture at Plymouth State University

Kathie Lovett
Franconia NH
Visual Artist

Nathan Macomber
Macomber Glass
480 Eaton Road, Conway, NH 03818 (603) 447-1825
Owns and operates a small glass-blowing studio on the family farm. Hours are by chance & appointment.

Coleman Scott Moffett
1464 West Side Rd. N. Conway 03860 603-986-6766 or 800-786-7350
He specializes in evocative images for wall display. Much of his work reflects the beauty of New England, through expressionistic images and those from other locals are included in his work.

Candace Maher
Snow Brook Creations, 17 Stewart Road, Eaton, NH 03832 (603) 447-2295

Rebecca McCuin

Andrea Melville
Barking Spider Productions
Northfield VT (802) 485-3901
Creates documentaries with heart, depth and substance. Strives to bring meaningful stories to the small screen for everyone to enjoy-- producing artful television.

Janet Moriarty
200 Landaff Road, Lisbon, NH 03585

Ruth Moscovitch
New York & Wonalancet, NH

North Country Photos/Images
Proprietor: Gail Scott
Randolph NH (603) 466-5798

On the Spot Photography
Mad River Road, Campton NH 03223 (603) 726-8879
Studio and fine art photography by John Anderson

Bob Paradis
Big Bear Rustics, 343 Bell Hill Road, Stark, NH 03582 (603) 449-2109
Handcrafted custom rustic furniture. Unique pieces from the local forests. Moose antlers, accents, mirrors and chandeliers. Hand-carved folk art with a whimsical touch, plus custom-carved Santas and Christmas pieces.

Pemi Valley Productions
125 Adams Farm Road, Thornton, NH 03285 (603) 726-3471
Pemi Valley Bluegrass Festival: National, regional and local artists/performers entertain at family friendly event. Featuring: workshops, vendors, activities, camping and "Parkin' Lot Pickin'." Check the website for more details.

Andrew C. Periale, Puppeteer & Writer
Strafford, NH
He is half of Perry Alley Theatre which has toured the US and abroad for nearly 25 years.

Valerie Pickens
Nature's Wonders Lisbon (603) 838-5094
Local photography of scenery and wildlife.

Pine Needle Card Company
112 Coal Hill Road, Franconia, NH 03580 (603) 823-5907

"Uncle George" Radcliffe, Storyteller
Webster NH
"Uncle George" performs a smorgasbord of folktales that he calls "Slumgullion Tales." He gives his original and magical spin on personal and traditional stories. He also teaches storytelling.

Mark Ragonese
Bellows Falls VT
Multi Disciplinary Artist

Renaissance Reproductions
21 Jersey Avenue, Lisbon, NH 03585 (603) 838-5994
One-of-a-kind jewelry designs, stone carvings and stone specimens, plus jewelry repair. Specializing in bringing the past into the future.

Cynthia Robinson
50 Kerrie Court, Moultonborough, NH 03254 (603) 253-7967 |
Eco and teaching artist, offering programs for schools and communities that promote, through experiential learning, an appreciation and sense of stewardship for the places we live.

Eric Rollnick/Mango Groove Steel Band
(603) 447-5107
Eric does presentations, workshops and residencies in all aspects of steel drum culture. He also teaches and calls contra dancing. Mango Groove is an authentic steel band performing a variety of genres of music, all with a Caribbean flavor.

Patrick Ross
Canaan VT

Rebecca Rule
Northwood NH
Humorist, Storyteller

Stefan Saal
Lancaster, NH

Carol Sandhammer-Pires/ The Basket Weaver Shop
265 Sugar Hill Road, Lisbon NH 03585 (603) 838-2323

Marcia Santore
6 Texas Hill Road, Plymouth, NH 03264 (603) 536-1558
Contemporary painter working in oils and acrylics recognized for vivid color, intriguing texture, and image-based abstraction that convey mystery and movement. Her paintings are collected and exhibited widely.

Tim Sappington
Randolph NH
Architect & visual artist

Nancy Sepe
Star Hill Studio
Gilford, NH |
Artist and Designer. Her design work includes graphic design and illustration for print, web, and more. Her artwork consists of mixed-media sculpture.

Sarah Sniffen
P.O. Box 153, Holderness, NH 03245 (603) 968-7490
Paints in oil and tempera, primarily using earth pigments, minerals and glass, and makes sculpture. Subjects include water, animals and people.

Estelle Smith
Moultonborough, NH (603) 476-5507
Fine arts, landscapes and portraiture in watercolors and graphite. “Home Rendering” business since 1985, accepting commissions for homes and buildings of all sizes. Also offers private art lessons.

Kelly Doremus Stuart
Dance Educator/Choreographer
Roster Artist/Trainer with the N.H. State Council on the Arts and VSA NH, Co-Director of Petit Papillon, The Ballet Theatre of NH, Dance/Movement Instructor for Southern NH Dance Theater and New England College Theater Department

Slattery & Stewart
The Offshore Aces Cajun Band
Enfield NH

Louis J. Stivali
Campton, NH (603) 254-6154
Watercolor landscapes of coastal scenes from Ireland and the British Isles, as well as wild places in the USA.

Ann Steuernagel
Lyman, NH
Filmmaker and sound artist. Founder of boy running productions.

Squam Sound Recording & Production
235 Thompson St., Ashland NH 03217 (603) 968-3698
Full-service audio recording, production & mastering

Deborah Stuart
64 Buffalo Road , Wentworth NH 03282
Children's musician; consultant in the arts and learning; inclusion specialist

Squam Lakes Natural Science Center
23 Science Center Road, Holderness (603) 968-7194
Through spectacular live animal exhibits, natural science programs, and lake cruises, Squam Lakes Natural Science Center has educated and enlightened visitors for over 40 years about New Hampshire's natural world.

Trailside Lodge & Creative Expressions
Proprietor: Sharon White
382 Percy Road, Stratford, NH 03590 (603) 636-2188
A visual arts studio, lodge and future site of informal artist retreat and seminar/workshop

Jeff Warner
Portsmouth, NH (603) 431-3383
Traditional folk music of New England for all ages. Roster artist for NH Council on the Arts and NH Humanities Council.

Ellen Weiner
Professional Artists Management
A full-service agency represented by an artistically superb and diverse roster, whose programs cover a broad range of venues from schools, libraries, recreation departments, theaters, universities, historical societies, etc. All artists are on the touring roster of the New England Foundation for the Arts from whom funding may be available. Visit our website for specifics or email or call us for more information.

Richard Wetterer
Shanware Pottery, Rumney, NH 03266 (603) 786-9835
League of NH Craftsmen member. Finely crafted stoneware and porcelain pottery located at working studio & gallery. Open year round.

White Mountain Photography & Photo Gallery/ Dana Clemons
95 Main Street, Jackson Village, NH 03846
(603) 374-6050
Art gallery offering scenic landscape images of New England and abroad. Full photographic services also offered.

Yankee Expressions
Holmes Family, Owners

Jefferson, NH 586-4502
Photography of the North Country and beyond; portraits, oil painting and wooden toys.

Susan Zizza
Colebrook, NH (603) 237-4321 Fax: (603) 237-8330
Award-winning journalist who served as editor, writer and photographer at various local newspapers, now a freelance photographer and writer whose work has appeared in NH to Do, Vermont Life, Boston Herald and Sports Illustrated. View her new book on her website.

Christa Zuber
Concord, NH
Art educator, performing and visual artist specializing in manipulated digital photography.


Historical Societies, Museums & Heritage Sites

Bath Historical Society
PO Box 44, Bath NH 03740 (603) 747-2085
Visit the historic Upper Village of Bath

Berlin & Coos County Historical Society
Moffett House Museum & Genealogy Center
119 High Street, Berlin NH 03570 (603) 752-4590
Moffett House Museum & Genealogy Center features artifacts, postcards, videos & books. Open Tues-Sat.

Bethlehem Heritage Society, Inc.
2182 Main Street, PO Box 148 Bethlehem NH 03574 (603) 869-3330
The Society's mission is to preserve, protect and promote Bethlehem's rich history by generating pride in the past, confidence in our present and hope for the future. The Museum within the Visitor Center is open daily from 10 am to 4 pm July 1st through Labor Day. During foliage, from Labor day to Columbus Day, we are open on the weekends from 10 am to 4 pm. We are also open by appointment by calling 603-869-2175 or 603-869-3330.

Campton Historical Society Museum
Route 175, Campton NH 03223 (603) 726-3813
Rehabilitated 1855 Town House, Grange Hall and Carriage Shed. Exhibits and monthly programs, plus self-guided tour of 20 marked Campton Historic Sites.

Castle in the Clouds
455 Mountain Road, Moultonborough, NH (603) 476-5900
Arts and Crafts mountaintop museum with Visitor Center, offering house tours, spectacular views, hiking trails, gourmet restaurant, art gallery and function room.

Conway Historical Society
100 Main St, Conway, NH 03818 (603) 447-5551
Eastman Lord House Museum featuring period rooms 1818-1945. Mem Day-Labor Day

Errol Heritage Commission & Heritage Fund
PO Box 100, Errol, NH 03579 (603) 482-3884

Franconia Heritage Museum
553 Main St., Franconia NH 03580 (603) 823-5000
Open Friday and Saturday 1-4 pm (Memorial Day Weekend to Halloween).

Gorham Historical Society
25 Railroad Street, Gorham, 03581 (603) 466-5338
Gorham Historical Society is committed to preserving history and artifacts of the Gorham area. This includes the 1907 former Grand Trunk Railway Station and Static Train display and model railroad. See us on Facebook!

Jackson Historical Society
Old Town Hall, Jackson NH 03846 (603) 383-4060
Our new home is the Old Town Hall in Jackson. Permanent display of 19th Century and contemporary White Mountain paintings, prints and maps. Call for open hours.

Jefferson Historical Society Museum
PO Box 37, Jefferson NH 03584 (603) 586-4372
c. 1868 Old Methodist Church. June-Columbus Day, Thurs-Sun, 1-4pm. Located on Rte. 2, they have a varied collection and five permanent exhibits.  There is something for everyone there! 

Lancaster Historical Society
226 Main Street PO Box 473 Lancaster NH 03584 (603) 788-3004

Lisbon Area Historical Society
6 South Main St., PO Box 6, Lisbon NH 03585 (603) 838-6146 |
We are a nonprofit organization with a collection of 18th, 19th and 20th Century artifacts, papers, books, photographs, genealogies and other items relevant to our area’s rich history.

Northern Forest Heritage Park
961 Main St., Rte. 16, Berlin NH 03570 (603) 752-7202
Celebrating the Working Forest – logging camp interpretive center, Artisans Gift Shop & Gallery, festivals and special events.

Pollyanna of Littleton New Hampshire, Inc.
Litteton, NH 444-6158
Littleton's jubilant bronze sculpture tributes hometown author, Eleanor H. Porter (1868 – 1920) best remembered as the creator of the world's most optimistic character, Pollyanna, 1913. Pollyanna of Littleton was featured on the cover of NH To Do Magazine in April, 2013 and their Centennial celebration was held in June, 2013.

Poore Family Homestead
Rte. 145, Stewarstown NH 03597 (603) 237-5500
Historic & educational site illustrating life prior to rural electrification; summer arts events

Remick Country Doctor Museum & Farm
58 Cleveland Hill Road, Tamworth, NH 03886 (603) 323-7591
A working farm & history museum nestled at the foot of Mt. Chocorua, interpreting 200 years of rural New England and the life of the country doctor.

The Rocks Estate
4 Christmas Lane, Bethlehem NH 03574 (603) 444-6228

Sandwich Historical Society
4 Maple Street, PO Box 244, Center Sandwich NH 03227 (603) 284-6269
A local historical society, welcoming research and tours of the Elisha Marston House, Quimby Barn, Grange Hall, and Lower Corner Schoolhouse.

Sugar Hill Historical Museum
Rte. 117, Sugar Hill NH 03586 (603) 823-5336
Changing exhibits on local history--Carriage Barns, Art Exhibit, Library, Gift Shop. Closed for the season and will reopen in June 2010.

Tamworth Historical Society
25 Great Hill Road PO Box 13, Tamworth, NH 03886 (603) 323-2911

Upper Pemigewasset Historical Society
26 Church St., Lincoln NH 03251 (603) 745-8159
Museum of local history of the area including photos & artifacts from Thornton to Twin Mountain. Open mid-June to Columbus Day weekend; Wednesdays 2-4, Saturdays 6-8 or by appointment.

Weeks State Park
123 Mt. Prospect Rd., Rte 3, Lancaster NH 03584 (603) 788-4004 (June-Oct)
Tour the summer home and fire tower built by John Wingate Weeks and experience the breath-taking panoramic views from Mt. Prospect.

Whitefield Historical Society
King's Square, Whitefield NH 03598
Open May through September, Thursdays 2 to 4 p.m
21 Beach Plain Road Danville, NH 03819 (603) 770-1046
Telling the story of 200 years of White Mountain history: the people, places and events. Hundreds of vintage photographs.


Nonprofit Organizations, Government Agencies, Businesses

Appalachian Mountain Club
For: Androscoggin Valley (Berlin/Gorham) and Mt. Washington Valley
Pinkham Notch Visitor Center
Route 16, P.O. Box 298
Gorham, NH 03581

Appalachian Mountain Club
For: Bretton Woods (Twin Mtn, Littleton) and Mt. Washington Valley
Highland Center at Crawford Notch
General Delivery, Route 302
Bretton Woods, NH 03575

Founded in 1876, the Appalachian Mountain Club (AMC) is America's oldest nonprofit conservation and recreation organization. A membership organization, the AMC promotes the protection, enjoyment, and understanding of the mountains, forests, waters, and trails of the Appalachian region. We offer outdoor experiences and educational programs for youth, teens, families and adults through our New Hampshire huts and lodges, maintain over 1,500 miles of trails, and support conservation policy and research efforts.

Barron Brook Inn
Jason and Beth Cape, Innkeepers
759 Lancaster Road, Whitefield, NH 03598 (603) 837-8900
The Barron Brook Inn is a family owned, 28 room getaway on 31 acres offering affordable luxury, private brook, and wildlife experiences minutes from many White Mountain attractions.

Believe in Books Literacy Foundation
P.O. Box 1800, 41 Observatory Way, Intervale, NH 03845 (603) 356-9980
Dedicated to enhancing the quality of life by education, promotion, encouragement, and aid to those of all ages in the appreciation of reading and literature.

Conway Public Library
PO Box 2100, Conway NH 03818 (603) 447-5552

Conway Village Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 1019, Conway, NH 03818 (603) 662-3940

D Acres of NH Organic Farm & Educational Homestead
218 Streeter Woods Road, Dorchester, NH 03266 (603) 786-2366
An educational center committed to promoting a more sustainable future and improving the quality of life of residents and the larger community through farm-based workshops, internships and public access.

Dummer Public Library
67 Hill Road, Dummer, NH 03588 (603) 449-0995

Family Resource Center at Gorham
123 Main St., Gorham NH 03581 (603) 466-5190

Friends of Lakeway
Mildred C. Lakeway Elementary School, 325 Union Street, Littleton, NH 03561
(603) 444-2831

Friends of Randolph Public Library
232 Randolph Hill Rd., Randolph NH 03593 (603) 466-2424

Gibson House Bed and Breakfast
Susie Klein and Marty Cohen, Innkeepers
341 Dartmouth College Highway, Rte. 10 and Court Street
Haverhill, NH 03765 (800) 989-2150

Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains
262 Cottage Street
Littleton, NH 03561 (603) 444-0038
Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains is a leadership development program for girls in Grades K-12. Girls discover, connect, and take action; leading with courage, confidence and character to make the world a better place.

Glencliff Home for the Elderly
393 High Street, P.O.Box 77, Glencliff NH 03238-0077 (603) 989-3111

Grafton County Senior Citizens Council, Inc.
PO Box 433, 10 Campbell Street
Lebanon, NH 03766 (603) 448-4897
Operates senior centers throughout Grafton County and supports older adults’ health, dignity, and independence through a variety of programs, including arts programs.

Groveton Regional Economic Action Team (GREAT)
PO Box 276, Groveton, NH (603) 636-2800
GREAT is a non-profit organization, whose mission is to spearhead economic and community development through sustainable partnerships with municipalities and local organizations.

Lakes Region Community Services
Child Care Resource & Referral
Madison, NH (603) 367-9800
Provides families with education, and referrals they need to find child care, and offers assistance and support – including workshops and trainings -- to child-care providers and programs.

Lincoln Public Library & Friends of the Lincoln Library
22 Church St., Lincoln NH 03251 (603) 745-8159

Lisbon Main Street Inc.
6 South Main Street, Lisbon, NH 03585 (603) 838-2200
Ensures the vitality of Lisbon’s downtown by preserving, enhancing and promoting its unique social, economic, cultural and architectural heritage.

Lobdell Associates, Inc.
88 Gale Chandler Road, Landaff, NH 03585 (603) 838-6880

Maplewood Technology
PO Box 417, Campton NH 03223 (603) 238-6764
Internet marketing and communication services including website design, content management systems, html email campaigns, content development and public relations.

The Omni Mount Washington Resort
Rte. 302, Bretton Woods NH 03575 (603) 278-8989 or (800) 314-1752
Set at the base of the stunning 6,288-foot Mount Washington and surrounded by nearly 800,000 acres of the White Mountain National Forest, the Omni Mount Washington Resort is a four-season vacation destination for guests of all ages.

Mountain View Grand
101 Mountain View Road Whitefield, NH 03598 (603) 837-2100
AAA Four Diamond luxury in the White Mountains. Four dining venues, historic golf course, award-winning spa, Mountain View Farm, complimentary children's activities. Adventures for the whole family. Proud member: Historic Hotels of America.

New Hampshire Gathering Scottish Clans
Concord, NH 229-1975
The New Hampshire Gathering of the Scottish Clans (NHGSC) is dedicated to the furtherance of the music, dance, athletics and customs of the Scottish people and to the continuance of the Gaelic culture. Each year, the NHGSC presents the NH Highland Games, one of the largest Scottish cultural festivals in the Northeastern US and amongst the most diversified festivals of its kind in North America.

New Hampshire Heritage Project
16 Valentine Hill Road, Durham, NH 03824
The New Hampshire Heritage Project works with teachers, writers, historical societies and other organizations to develop community heritage programs. NHHP also offers extensive professional development for teachers.

Hilary A. Niles
Niles Media

Barrington, NH (603) 969-8004
Specializes in marketing and public relations for nonprofits, artists and small businesses. Services include: artist statements, grants, writing, editing, radio production, photography, graphic design and website consulting.

Pease Public Library, Plymouth
1 Russell St., Plymouth NH 03264 (603) 536-2616

Ann Legunn
The PuppeTree, Inc.

5181 Route 113, Thetford Center, VT 05075-9013 802-785-3031
The PuppeTree brings unique, culturally enriching puppet productions to schools, libraries, after-school programs, and recreation centers. They also offer creativity-enhancing puppet-making and performing workshops for all audiences.

Riverside Counseling Services
Claire Von Karls, Psychotherapist (603) 444-8822
Offers workshops in Dreamworks, Intuition, and Ancient Meditative Practices.

Rubia, Inc.
PO Box 100, Warner NH 03278 (603) 397-3438
Rubia is a non-profit organization working to serve women in rural Afghanistan through education, skills training and the promotion of their hand-embroidered textiles. In the U.S., Rubia partners with the Arts Alliance and other organizations and scholars to offer educational programs about life in Afghanistan.

Sant Bani School
19 Ashram Road, Sanbornton 03269 (603) 934-4240
K-12 rural day school of 170 students with developmentally based lower school and college prep high school in Sanbornton.

St. Barnabas Episcopal Church/ Rev. Eleanor McLaughlin
High St Berlin, NH 03570 (603) 466-5980
A small church whose members find and honor the Holy in and through the Arts.

Tamworth PTA
(603) 323-7271
Parent Teacher Association

The Tillotson Center
Colebrook, NH (603) 237-8010
Colebrook Downtown Development Association’s newest venture, The Tillotson Center, will house many historical and art related programs. Look for their Grand Opening in the next few months.

Tin Mountain Conservation Center
1245 Bald Hill Road, Albany, NH 03818 (603) 447-6991
The newly constructed, TMCC Nature Learning Center is a state-of the art solar and handcrafted building surrounded by 140 acres of land. The TMCC Nature Learning Center and trails are open to the public Monday through Saturday from 9 am through 5 pm. Tin Mountain’s mission is to promote an appreciation of the environment in children, adults, and families through hands-on programs in the schools, at summer camps, and in the community.

T. L. Hill Group
PO Box 1058, Intervale NH 03845

Town of Ashland
PO Box 517, 20 Highland Street, Ashland, NH 03217 (603) 968-4432
Host of Squam Lakes Arts and Music Festival

White Mountains Community College
2020 Riverside Drive, Berlin, NH 03570 (800) 445-4525 or (603) 752-1113
Fully accredited by the New England Association of Schools & Colleges as a comprehensive community college. The main campus is located in Berlin with academic centers in Littleton, Woodsville and Conway.

VSA New Hampshire
PO Box 78, Wentworth, NH 03282 (603) 764-9159
VSA New Hampshire is the state's organization on arts and disability. Their primary work is training and consulting, relating to the role of the arts in learning; particularly for children with learning differences and delays.

White Mountain Café & Bookstore
212 Main Street, Gorham, NH 03581 (603) 466-2511
18 Black Mountain Road, Jackson, NH 03846 (603) 383-6511
A cozy café and bookstore on Main Street in Gorham featuring breakfast, lunch and handmade pastries and desserts. Now with a second location in Jackson!

White Mountain School
371 West Farm Road, Bethlehem NH 03574 (603) 444-2928