TILLOTSON CENTER

                                    Community Heritage, Visual & Performing Arts

Upcoming events

    • 08/30/2021
    • 10:00 AM
    • 09/30/2021
    • 1:00 PM
    • The Gallery @the Tilly

    Finding Home  by photographer Becky Field is a celebration of people from other countries who have resettled in New Hampshire, a state known for low cultural diversity. Now, in addition to their portraits, she met with 40 immigrants to record and transcribe their memories of life in the home country and their journeys to find a new home in the Granite State.  This event is supported in part by the New Hampshire State Council for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, in partnership with the University of New Hampshire Library and the Tillotson Center.  Admission is free. Gallery hours 10am-1pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and by appointment.

    To protect and respect our youth using the facility we ask those not fully vaccinated to please wear a mask.





    • 09/25/2021
    • 7:30 PM
    • The Kaufmann Theater @the Tilly


    Call 603-348-1671 to reserve your ticket.

    • 09/26/2021
    • 2:00 PM
    • The Kaufmann Theater @the Tilly


    Call 603-348-1671 to reserve your ticket.

    • 10/01/2021
    • 12/31/2021
    • The Gallery @the Tilly

    New Hampshire Now is a two-year project to photographically record life in New Hampshire. Nearly 50 photographers traveled throughout the state between 2018 and 2020, making thousands of images that collectively create a twenty-first-century portrait of the people, places, culture, and events in New Hampshire. This project documents contemporary life in our state, in much the same way that photography projects of the past have done, such as Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange during the Great Depression and Lewis Hines when he visited the mills of Manchester in the early 1900s. The thousands of images created during this project form a powerful visual archive of both the ordinary and extraordinary events of our time. Admission is free.




    • 10/07/2021
    • 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM
    • The Gallery @the Tilly

    New Hampshire Now is a two-year project to photographically record life in New Hampshire. Nearly 50 photographers traveled throughout the state between 2018 and 2020, making thousands of images that collectively create a twenty-first-century portrait of the people, places, culture, and events in New Hampshire. This project documents contemporary life in our state, in much the same way that photography projects of the past have done, such as Walker Evans and Dorothea Lange during the Great Depression and Lewis Hines when he visited the mills of Manchester in the early 1900s. The thousands of images created during this project form a powerful visual archive of both the ordinary and extraordinary events of our time.  Listen to guests Inez McDermott and Gary Samson discuss the role of the documentary photography project and its potential to make change.

    Admission is free. To protect and respect our youth using the facility we ask those not fully vaccinated to please wear a mask.








    • 10/28/2021
    • 5:30 PM
    • Kaufmann Theater @the TiLLY

    A showcase of Impressionist paintings at the Palazzo Bonaparte in Rome.  A cinematic journey through 50 unseen masterpieces unveiled to audiences for the very first time. Sponsored by C. Bean Transport.

    Admission:  $8 Adults / Tillotson Members & Students $4.

    Reservations may be made in advance, call 237-8576.  

    If you are feeling sick, have symptoms of COVID-19 (fever, loss of smell or taste, muscle aches, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, chills, headache, gastrointestinal issues), or if you have been exposed to someone who has tested positive to COVID-19, please stay home!



    • 11/04/2021
    • 5:30 PM
    • Kaufmann Theater at the Tillotson Center

    Inside the Pulitzer-winning newspaper keeping local journalism alive.

    Storm Lake, Iowa, has seen its fair share of changes in the 40 years since Big Agriculture came to town. Farmers blow their life savings on new equipment they hope will keep their livelihoods intact while migrant workers flock here, welcome and not, to achieve the American Dream. Corporate, political, and environmental forces—and even a global pandemic—threaten to overwhelm the already precarious existence of the people in Storm Lake. Nearly 2,000 local papers have shuttered in the last 20 years, a crisis accelerated by COVID-19. The stakes have been especially high for the Cullen family; they comprise half of The Times’ 10-person team. Against tight deadlines and slimmer margins, the Cullens doggedly report on their town, and wonder how the paper will survive as readers cease to support journalism like they used to.  Free Admission

    To protect the youth in our community and those using this facility we are asking those not fully vaccinated to please wear a mask. 

    Storm Lake premieres on INDEPENDENT LENS Monday, November 15. Watch on PBS and the PBS Video app starting at 10/9c. 

Programs are made possible through the generosity of these sponsors.

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Gold  - $5,000 to $9,999   


Platinum - $10,000 Plus



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