Redfern Arts Center
The Arts Center is named in honor of Dr. Leo F. Redfern, Keene State College President from 1969 to 1979 for his vision, commitment, and eloquence on behalf of the arts that made funding and construction of the facility a reality. In 1981, KSC inaugurated this new performing arts center, with the goal of providing unforgettable artistic encounters for the campus and community. Since then, the Redfern stage has hosted hundreds of amazing shows, from internationally renowned artists to emerging young talents to KSC's own student performers. Over the years, the Redfern has expanded its outreach programs and community partnerships, becoming an indispensible resource for the Keene community and beyond
Along with the professional artists most every week will find the KSC Departments of Theatre, Dance, and Music offering a variety of performances. For tickets and brochure call the box office at 603-358-2168.
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Thorne-Sagendorph Art Gallery
The Thorne is a cornerstone for the visual arts in New Hampshire's Monadnock Region. The Gallery is the dynamic, vital center for the visual arts in the Monadnock Region, encompassing the best of the traditional and contemporary worlds. Spacious, skylit exhibit halls, with climate control and a sophisticated security system, allow for shows of national prominence and encourage many more
institutional lenders to share pieces from their collections than was previously possible.
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Putnam Arts Lecture Hall
The Putnam Arts Lecture Hall is home to the Keene State College Film Society, which screens popular, international, and independent films year-round in the in the east wing of Brickyard Pond. The hall is equipped for films up to 70-mm format and for Dolby Digital Sound. For information about showings, call 603-358-2160.
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