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Erin Chamberlin to present solo exhibition on Feb. 17: Tell Me I’m Pretty

Erin Chamberlin to present solo exhibition on Feb. 17: Tell Me I’m Pretty

Opening Reception: February 17, 2015 at 5:00pm

Senior Art Education major Erin Chamberlin Tell Me I’m Pretty, a solo exhibition that investigates the patriarchal notion of women being inherently dangerous and/or deadly. The work in this exhibition has two components: a live-action video combined with simple hand-drawn animation and a series of three drawings.
AIMM 118
February 17March 1, 2015
Stephanie Chou: Delineations

Stephanie Chou: Delineations

Senior BFA Thesis student Stephanie Chou presents a new solo exhibition, Delineations. Night acts as a gateway for Delineations, which uses this time of indetermination to seek out the edges between public and private spaces. The artist physically traverses eerily familiar residential and industrial landscapes, weaving in and out of perceived borders, and challenging existing demarcations.  AIMM…Continue Reading

Freshman Drawing Exhibition 2015

Freshman Drawing Exhibition 2015

Instructor: Ken Kaplowitz. Student artists in the exhibition include Brigid Barber, Robert Birnbohm, D’andre Bright, Angelyn Cabrales, Ian Corner, Steven Fano, Arielle Fouks, Megan Itoh, Natalie LaSpisa, Jaclyn Newberry, Zachary Paige, Tyler Philburn, Molly Revie, Jennifer Richards, Yesenia Rosado, Angela Rossi, Marcus Salmon, Sophia Spiridakis, and Scott Washuta. AIMM 111 January 28–March 1, 2015Continue Reading

Emily Culbertson: CONTINUUM

Senior art education and fine art major Emily Culbertson presents CONTINUUM, a solo exhibition on view from December 5 — 17. Culbertston explores ideas of identity, memory, intimacy, and social commentary through installation, performance, sculpture, and video art. Art & Interactive Building Gallery 118, The College of New Jersey  Continue Reading

AIMM After Dark

AIMM After Dark

• Art and Interactive Multimedia Showcase • DECEMBER 5th 2014, 5:00pm-9:00pm Come celebrate student achievement with an evening of art, music, animation, games, media, technology, and design throughout the entire Art & Interactive Multimedia Building! Live music, food, and fun! Schedule of Events 5:00pm – 5:30pm: TCNJ AMPD Musical Performance (Lobby) 5:00pm – 7:00pm: TCNJ…Continue Reading

BFA Exhibition: UN(DIS)COVERED (Nov. 19–Dec. 12)

BFA Exhibition: UN(DIS)COVERED (Nov. 19–Dec. 12)

The College of New Jersey Department of Art & Art History presents UN(DIS)COVERED, an exhibition featuring the Senior BFA class of 2015. Artists in the exhibition include Christina Behnan, Amanda E. Braxton, Stephanie Chou, Philip Retji Dakum, Marko Gidej, Katherine Kahn, Jenna Ladyhin, Tracy Lee, Christian Lambert, Walta Rouba, Benjamin Schuckman, and Victoria Rose Weiss.…Continue Reading

Exhibition of Artwork by Award-Winning Children’s Book Illustrators

Exhibition of Artwork by Award-Winning Children’s Book Illustrators

The fall exhibition, Visual Voyage: Exploring the Media and Styles of Award Winning Children’s Book Illustrators, showcases more than 50 works of art by renowned picture book artists, including Mary Azarian, Eric Carle, Floyd Cooper, Gérard DuBois, Trina Schart Hyman, Steve Jenkins, Leo Lionni, Ted Lewin, E. B. Lewis, Emily Arnold McCully, Brian Pinkney, Jerry…Continue Reading

LINEAR // KATELYN LIEPINS \\ SEPT 3 – OCT 9

LINEAR // KATELYN LIEPINS \\ SEPT 3 – OCT 9

Katelyn Liepins, a senior Art Education major, presents an eye-catching installation that explores the element of line. Through the use of lines, she transforms the gallery space and draws attention to the architectural elements that may sometimes be overlooked. Student Gallery 111 Sept. 3 — Oct. 9, 2014 Opening Reception: Sept. 3, 5-7pm  Continue Reading

“Photography One” to open Sept. 3

Photography One, on view from September 3—October 9, features student artwork from several photography courses at TCNJ. The images, ranging from portraiture to landscape, explore the concepts of reflection and the lived space. The exhibition takes seemingly unrelated digital photographs and creates a sequence of narratives. These relationships are linked by visual elements including texture,…Continue Reading

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