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NOTE:'s club, theater, and book listings, which were initially supplied by The Wire and continued after The Wire closed, are no longer available to us. Some art exhibits are listed, but are no longer being updated. A replacement for this part of the calendar is coming. However, it's part of a makeover of the entire website and will not been completed for a few weeks. Sorry. We know the listings are popular and are working to get the new website going as soon as possible.

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Exeter Fine Crafts James M. O'Brien, elaborate landscape oil paintings that convey an understanding of classical art with a focus on the transition between lightness and darkness.

Thru 3/31
Lamont Gallery "Lush Life," growth and decay in still life, ceramic, fiber art, painting, and living organisms. Featuring Natalie Andrew, Laura Morrison, Gloria Calderón-Saenz, Sean Beavers, Bear Kirkpatrick, John Ellis, Jung Mi Lee, and Jon Sakata.

Thru 5/02
Zev Yoga The paintings of Jeannie Griffin-Peterka.

Thru 3/31
Buoy ArtPM 2015, the results of a challenge to make a piece of art in a month.

Thru 4/30
Just Us Chickens Kris Weyrick-Scott, member of the North East Felt Makers Guild, shares felted artwork inspired by her love of nature and animals.

Thru 3/30
Morgan Gallery at Kittery Community Center Student art display, Traip Academy visual arts program.

Thru 3/31
Currier Museum of Art "Still Life: 1970s Photorealism." Rejecting the prevailing artistic styles of abstraction, Minimalism and the Pop Art of Andy Warhol and others, Photorealists recreated commonplace scenes in large paintings and sculptures.

Thru 5/03
Main Street Art "5th Dimension," works on paper.

Thru 4/02
Gallery 280 - Portsmouth Public Media Marcia Wood-Mertinooke, works in acrylics and mixed media that are the culmination of almost a decade of work. A large portion is part of a series titled "Cultivate," exploring the interconnectedness of existence, time and nature.

Thru 3/31
Gallery at 100 Market Street "Winter 100," an opened juried exhibit. All 2-D & 3-D art, including the unordinary, nontraditional and installation.

Thru 5/17
Gateway Gallery at Great Bay Community College "Lully Schwartz: Paintings and Drawings," a mid-career retrospective by an artist best known for her expressive and color-filled views of the natural environment.

Thru 4/17
Nahcotta Enormous Tiny Art Show.

Thru 3/31
Portsmouth Athenaeum "Cosmopolitan Consumption: New England Shoe Stories 1750-1850." Drop in on the lives of figures both prominent and middling, through both stunning and well-worn examples of this significant American accessory.

Thru 6/05
Rochester Public Library The Rochester Museum of Fine Art presents "Dark Matter Drawings" by Marsi Van Der Heuvel of Cape Town, South Africa, in the Carnegie Gallery.

Thru 4/04
Rochester Public Library Jennifer Bird, mixed media and assemblages of found and recycled components. Sales will benefit Friends of the Rochester Library.

Thru 3/31
South Berwick
Emporium Framing and Art Gallery "Branching Out: Trees Interpreted" features regional women artists working in tapestry, pen & ink, etchings, serigraphs, woodcuts and mixed media.

Thru 4/04
York Public Library "Edward Hergelroth: A Community Collects," paintings in watercolor and oil lent from private collectors in the region reflect 20th-century summers at Bald Head Cliff, Perkin's Cove, Cape Neddick and more.

Thru 3/31

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