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Student Galleries

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

 

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

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

Upcoming 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

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

(Un)veil Your Presence :: Christina Behnan and Jessica Cavanaugh

Christina Behan and Jessica Cavanaugh present (Un)veiling, a group installation on view from September 3—21. The artists will showcase a variety of artwork, including painting and printmaking, created during a collaborative MUSE (Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience) program led by Professor Gregory Thielker Student Gallery 118 On view: September 3 — September 21, 2014 Opening Reception:…Continue Reading

White Noise – Senior BFA Exhibition on View April 30 to May 16

White Noise – Senior BFA Exhibition on View April 30 to May 16

The Department of Art and Art History and the Art Gallery are pleased to present White Noise, the 2014 Senior BFA exhibition, on view from April 30 through May 16. This exhibition of graduating fine arts and digital arts majors explores a wide range of themes from pageantry to escapism and mediums from animal skins…Continue Reading

Since _______ Left.

Since _______ Left.

Since __ Left is a commissioned group exhibition from the students of Photography II/Photography III. Questioning the nature of photography and its relationship to nostalgia, Since ___ Left is an open-ended personal exploration into how the photograph interprets or re-imagines the past. Given complete creative freedom, each student in the class will address this issue as…Continue Reading

Kappa Pi Biennial: Light & Dark on view March 5 – April 17

TCNJ’s chapter of Kappa Pi, the International Art Honor Society, presents its biennial student exhibition. Showcasing work by the chapter’s own members, the exhibition centers on the theme of light and dark. The artists explore the binary in many ways including print media/graphic design, drawing, painting, photography (digital and 35mm), sculpture, and performance art. Artists…Continue Reading

Print Pals: Jennifer Cartagena and Andrew Dean

Print Pals: Jennifer Cartagena and Andrew Dean

Jennifer Cartagena and Andrew Dean, senior Art Education majors, present collections of elementary school printmaking created during their Student Teaching Practicum. From March 24–April 2, 2014, located in Student Art Gallery 118, AIMM BuildingContinue Reading

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