The Currier Museum of Art supports the Manchester, New Hampshire community by providing a space where people can engage with art and use it as a springboard for self expression and reflection. In addition to preserving and showcasing its collection, the museum offers a range of programming that supports the community, including art and wellness programs for veterans, teenagers, immigrant and refugee children, and people whose family members suffer from substance-abuse disorders. In 2020, an NEH CARES grant supported the museum through the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic while enabling it to take on a significant new project following the acquisition of a Frank Lloyd Wright house.
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