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The Currier Gallery of Art and Inti have teamed up to showcase Inti student artwork alongside professional work in the Our City - Manchester Through Children's Eyes e xhibit. The work is open for viewing in the museum's Community Gallery. There will be a reception at the Currier Gallery of Art on August 4th from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. All are welcome! -  click here

Inti Spotlight - Krishna
 Krishna is a spirited 13-year-old who is passionate about all things soccer. He was born in Nepa l, and lived there until he was six, at which point he, his 3 siblings and his parents moved to Manchester. Krishn a started  playing soccer in Nepal, but had only a plastic and elastic band ball. When he came to the United States, Krishna spoke no English, so Inti became a vital part of his assimilation here. To learn more about Krishna- click here 
June 20 - 25th was another successful week of art camp at the Currier. This year, six Inti student artists had the opportunity to attend the "Made in America" camp which offered projects ranging from plaster superhero masks to Paper Mache sports trophies, from clay cheeseburgers and french fries to acrylic paint renderings of Gotham City, from shaving cream skylines to watercolor desert landscapes and everything in between!  - click here
SEE Science Center comes to Inti

This past May, Inti introduced a STEM-enrichment program through a partnership with the SEE Science Center of Manchester, NH. SEE brought hands-on science projects to Inti for students to work on for an hour each week. These projects were designed to spark an early interest in STEM fields of study, an area of increasing importance for today's students (and, unfortunately, one that Inti students frequently lack access to) - click here
Summer Overview: A Busy Summer
We have a lot planned this summer! From art camps to art exhibits; soccer camps to soccer tournaments; and some outdoor adventure mixed in, we are gearing up for a fun summer.  To read more -  click here

"Brightening the lives of Manchester's inner city youth"