RMFA featured on ‘New Hampshire Life’ on NESN

February 21, 2024

The Rochester Museum of Fine Arts was recently featured on New Hampshire Life, a television series broadcast on NESN. The segment, which can be seen around the 7:10 mark, not only featured the RMFA but also highlighted other local establishments, including the Rochester Opera House, Revolution Taproom and Grill, and Potter’s House Bakery and Cafe.

During the segment, RMFA co-founder Matt Wyatt emphasized the museum’s commitment to making art accessible to people of all ages, backgrounds, and socioeconomic levels. Wyatt discussed the museum’s permanent collection, mobile app, and its ongoing efforts to install public art throughout the city.

New Hampshire Life is a new TV series on NESN, serving as a spinoff of the successful Maine Life series hosted by Maine Life Media. The show is dedicated to promoting the essence of New Hampshire, showcasing its people, entrepreneurial spirit, and the scenic destinations that millions of visitors and residents alike cherish.

For more information and to catch the latest episode, visit www.newhampshirelife.com.

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