Institute of Art graduates its largest class in Manchester
Graduate Taryn Cozzy lets friends know everything is good as she and her graduates proceed into the New Hampshire Institute of Art's Commencement at the Palace Theatre in Manchester Sunday afternoon. (Mark Bolton/Union Leader)
The graduating class included 14 transfers from Chester College, which closed its doors at the end of the last academic year.
"Every generation needs artists. Life is not worth living without art and culture. It just is not. It is what gives our lives substance," said Dubus, who described himself as an overnight success story 18 years in the making. "Don't worry about the career. Don't worry about being successful. Worry about getting your work done, and, I'm telling you, the career follows."
Fifty-seven of the 107 graduates are from New Hampshire. The institute traces its history to the Manchester Institute of Arts and Sciences, which was established in 1848.
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