On August 2nd, two guests from the Creative Union, a community centered art project conceived by one of the speakers present, Multimedia artist Elisa Hamilton and organized by the Currier Museum of Art in partnership with the City of Nashua, addressed the Rotary Club of Nashua regarding the Creative Union.
Elisa Hamilton is a socially engaged multimedia artist who creates inclusive artworks that emphasize shared spaces and the hopeful examination of our everyday places, objects, and experiences. With her extensive training background her work has been shown locally and nationally in solo and group exhibitions.
Samantha Cataldo is a curator of contemporary art at the internationally renowned Currier Museum of Art. She is part organizer of the Creative Union. 
Creative Union focuses on participatory public art. Not only to see, but to do, and to be a part of. Community centered to not only create but to create with. Project themes include; Imagination, Connection, Inclusiveness, Accessibility, and Togetherness to list a few.  Together with Nashua community Creative Union activates downtown Nashua as a vibrant place of joy and celebration.
Creative workshops include Public Pop-Up Programs and Take-home Artmaking Kits. The project seeks to highlight Nashua’s diverse community, rich history, and vital spirit. 
A spectacular 9 day installation in downtown this fall will be a display of color, community, and wonderment.  (191 Main St, former TD Bank building) Don’t miss it. Date to be announced. 
Learn more at bit.ly/CreativeUnionNashua