New Hampshire Now: A Photographic Diary Of Life In The Granite State

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A partnership of the New Hampshire Historical Society, the New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists, and seven other cultural venues around the state, New Hampshire Now is a photographic project to document life in the Granite State over a two-year period (2018–2020). Nearly 50 photographers captured images of life in New Hampshire, both the ordinary and extraordinary events of our times. Seven exhibitions around the state are curated with images specific to each region. The flagship exhibition at the New Hampshire Historical Society features images that reflect the state as a whole.

New Hampshire Historical Society policy requires all staff and visitors in public spaces to wear masks.

The New Hampshire Historical Society’s building, including the rotunda, exhibition gallery, auditorium, reading room, and restrooms are wheelchair accessible. Accessible parking is located behind the building in the Society’s lot (entrance off North State Street), and the building’s rear entrance is wheelchair accessible via a ramp from the parking lot.