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From our Director: Energy prices in New England create a competitive disadvantage for businesses located here.  And with the unpredictability in energy prices (except that we can generally count on them going up), a smart, strategic move for any business owner will be to identify energy efficiency and renewable energy projects that can reduce operating […]

Expert’s Corner: Wink Faulkner

Strategic Planning: What It Is and Why It’s Important! “A Strategic Plan is 1% Vision and 99% Alignment” On March 9th, I lead a workshop at the Hannah Grimes Center that focused on Strategic Planning. We had a great turnout of attendees, ranging from start-ups to fairly well established businesses offering products and services including […]

The Importance of Good Design for Musicians (and All of Us!)

Originally Posted by The Keene Music Festival “Don’t judge a book by its cover.” Good advice in regards to people, but not when it comes to brand identity. Design is a handshake; it causes a snap judgment on your identity. Good design speaks loud, but bad design screams much louder. It’s what you represent yourself […]

Play is Serious Business! How Businesses & Organizations Can Benefit from the Arts

Originally Posted at Fear of Singing … Many businesses — including Google, GE, Intel, Toms of Maine, as well as the U.S. Navy — have discovered that bringing creative arts into the workplace is more than a fun distraction or office party exercise. Art-making — be it music, visual or performing arts — helps workers […]

Support Local Music

We believe in our community and in local and regional music and art.  We really hope you’ll help us to support local music and art. I’ve been in the odd position recently of talking to lots of folks about our local music scene; newspapers, local businesses and organizations, and college students doing research papers.   A […]

Alicia Drakiotes’ exhibition April-May, “A Painters Journey” – Open Gallery, Friday April 12, 5 – 7 p.m.

Join us for a gallery reception for Alicia Drakiotes. The exhibition   “A Painters Journey” at Hannah Grimes Center highlights works from the artists current collection which date 1986 to present. Works focus on local landmarks past and present, local scenery and East Coast explorations. Please join Alicia on this walk in a”A Painters Life”. Learn […]

Featured Artist through March, Tim Campbell, at Hannah Grimes Center

Thursday, February 7  Hannah Grimes Center 8 a.m.-5 p.m. 25 Roxbury Street, Suite C Keene, NH (603) 352-5063 View the January 31, Keene Sentinel feature article on Tim Campbell including the gallery reception: Click Here Artist Background Award winning artist Tim Campbell is a self-taught traditional folk artist. His work is in galleries throughout New England, Atlanta, […]

Ed Merrell Gallery Opening at the Hannah Grimes Center on September 27

The Hannah Grimes Center invites the community to view the paintings of local Jaffrey artist Ed Merrell. Merrell paints in oils in a realistic manner and finds inspiration in the environment of the Monadnock region. Merrell will host an opening on Thursday, September 27 from 5:00p.m.until 7:00p.m at the Hannah Grimes Center located at 25 […]

You’re Invited: Kimberly Peck Photography Gallery Opening on July 12, 2012

Join us for an opening reception with Peterborough photographer Kimberly Peck.  Food provided by Mayfair Farm in Harrisville. Peck’s show, on display at the Hannah Grimes Center in July and August, presents a collection of distinctive photographs that portray places once lived and the beauty of farm and food.  RSVP Today!

The Artist’s Gallery and Other Resources for Artists

The newly-renovated Hannah Grimes Center for Entrepreneurship offers its wall space free of charge to area artisans wanting display space.  The 18-office space in downtown Keene has a full kitchen and we encourage visiting artists to have a gallery opening during their two-month exhibit.  For more information, visit our web site. The Hannah Grimes Center also compiles […]