WELCOME TO TARLETON CASTLE

White Mountains New Hampshire Arts Residency Center

 

ABOUT THE CASTLE         GET INVOLVED         OUR PROGRAMS

WELCOME TO TARLETON CASTLE

White Mountains New Hampshire Arts Residency Center

 

ABOUT THE CASTLE         GET INVOLVED         OUR PROGRAMS

WELCOME TO TARLETON CASTLE

White Mountains New Hampshire Arts Residency Center

 

ABOUT THE CASTLE         GET INVOLVED         OUR PROGRAMS

Castles were once built for protection and as symbols of power. Today they represent dreams.

The dream for Tarleton Castle is to be a place for creation, of art in all its forms.

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PIONEER INTERN RESIDENCY PROGRAM

In 2018, Tarleton Castle Arts is offering its initial residency program with an opportunity to participate in the construction of Tarleton Castle, its studios and grounds, and the creation of permanent installation of sculpture.

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TOUR THE CASTLE

Tarleton Castle has been under construction since 2004. We are making great progress, though we still have much work to complete. Here is a glimpse of its future. This is a walk through of the facility as it will be when it is completed, and a working, living center for the Arts.

READ TIM'S STORY

Since coming to the north country, I have seen a need for more art education. It seemed to me that the castle could be a center for that purpose. As the castle grew I thought of ways to make that happen. I continued to build mostly on my own, but with occasional help from friends.

VIEW THE PROGRAMS

From tile workshops for young children to concrete and cob sculpture workshops, Tarleton Castle has a robust array of programs for all ages during the summer months. Learn more about the programming offered by TCA.

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“The Castle was a project that I needed to make, having always wanted to build a tower.  As the structure came together, I realized that it must be shared with others.  Since I arrived in the North Country many years ago, I felt there was a need for art instruction, and so resolved that the Castle’s purpose would be to support art, giving emerging artists a studio space and a supportive community. If we provide those things for them, they, in turn, could provide art instruction for local children.”

– Tim Dailey, Founder & Executive Director

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