The Currier Museum of Art engages in a variety of social media platforms to help keep in touch with our diverse audience. Won't you join in the conversation?
|With more than 7,000 followers, Facebook has become a great place for us to keep in touch with our guests! We post about upcoming events, art-related news, exhibition reviews and general art-related silliness.|
|@CurrierMuseum has more than 6,000 followers on Twitter and we try to keep it interesting with timely tweets! #artmuseum #MHT|
|@CurrierMuseum includes behind-the-scenes pictures of works of art being installed, staff being silly and great details of the Museum that you may have never noticed before!|
|We post photos of exhibition openings, special events and programs, Museum Shop merchandise, Art Center fun and so much more! Check out our popular "Meet the Currier" album!|
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|Explore our collection in a whole new way! We're always adding visually exciting things to our boards, not only from our own collection but featuring things like art projects, artist quotes, local artisans featured in the Museum Shop and more!|
|Our videos relate to current and past exhibitions and give you a glimpse into how we install an exhibition or an artist's perspective on his/her own work, and so much more.|
|"The Secret Life of Art" blog gives readers an inside look at the Currier Museum of Art. Whether you want to look at how the "Currier Collects," explore "Making a Masterpiece," go "In the Galleries," or take a peek "Behind-the-Scenes," we've got it all!|
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