The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts maintains three juried rosters to assist organizations and schools to find professional, qualified artists for their programs. Our rosters are searchable through the CreativeGround website.
Teaching artists on the Arts Education Roster work as both artists and educators. They are important resources for students, teachers and schools in New Hampshire. They can bring unique real world knowledge and perspectives into the classroom and can play a crucial role in the process of arts learning and developing creative thinking. Click here for NH Arts Education artist.
Arts in Health
The Arts in Health Artist Directory is a listing designed to help health based providers locate professional artists who can engage their residents and clients in hands-on arts activities, and/or provide training for staff to lead arts activities.
Artists listed in this directory have experience or training that relates to working in health based settings. Click here to search for a NH Arts in Health artist.
Traditional arts and folklife are the crafts, music, stories and ways of doing things that are passed on from one generation to the next within families, communities and cultural groups of all types. Artists and cultural specialists on this listing have been juried based upon their artistry and ability to communicate with audiences and students. The Traditional Arts & Folklife Listing is currently transitioning to our new platform. Click here to search for a Traditional Artist.
For information on applying for State Arts Council grants to fund fees artists, please visit our grants page.
If you are you interested in applying to be on the any of the rosters, please click here.
Questions? Call us at (603) 271-2789.
February 1, 2018