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TWO YEARS GONE: Exhibition of Contemporary Ukrainian Artists Opening Feb 7

TWO YEARS GONE: Exhibition of Contemporary Ukrainian Artists Opening Feb 7

TWO YEARS GONE An exhibition of Ukrainian artists Curated by Dylan Siegel TCNJ Art Gallery February 7 – March 7, 2024 Opening Panel Discussion, Wednesday February 7,  4:00-5:00, Reception to follow   TCNJ Art Gallery is pleased to present TWO YEARS GONE, a group exhibition of Ukrainian artists, curated by Dylan Siegel. The artists in…

Announcements

Social Science Colloquium: Student Research Projects on Ukraine, Wednesday, March 6

Social Science Colloquium: Student Research Projects on Ukraine Wednesday, March 6, 11:00am Social Science Atrium Presenters: Grace McHugh:(History/Deaf Ed) The Year the Breadbasket of Europe Starved: An Understanding of How the Holodomor Affects Ukrainian Descendants Today  Maxim Shumylo (History/secondary Ed) The Great Upheaval in Jewish Life: The Pale of Settlement in Imperial Russia Mentor: Cynthia…

Opening February 28: Leann Janzekovich, The Honeysuckle: a Fusion of Art and Science

Opening February 28: Leann Janzekovich, The Honeysuckle: a Fusion of Art and Science

Leann Janzekovich:  The Honeysuckle: a Fusion of Art and Science February 28th-March 28th Oopening reception Wednesday, February 28, 12:30-1:30pm Artist’s Statement: The purpose of my exhibition is to fuse art and science through biological illustration in order to communicate science to the public. In particular, botanical knowledge and communication is severely lacking in the average…

Hands-on Workshop: Explore the Art of Ukrainian Pysanky February 28

Hands-on Workshop: Explore the Art of Ukrainian Pysanky February 28

  Explore the Art of Ukrainian Pysanky Wednesday, February 28 6-9:30pm AIMM 102 Free and Open to the Public Pre-registration required: https://forms.gle/VGYLvW9b52x87fEh8    Join the TCNJ Art Gallery and expert artists and learn to write your own pysanka (Ukrainian Easter egg.)  You will learn the process of using wax and dyes to create a design,…

Panel Discussion: Cultural Heritage, Collections, and Crisis

Panel Discussion: Cultural Heritage, Collections, and Crisis

Cultural Heritage, Collections, and Crisis Libraries, archives and museums in conflict zones Tuesday, February 20,  7:30 Gitenstein Library Auditorium Free and open to the public Panelists: Dr. Tetyana Yaroshenko, VIsiting Research Scholar, Princeton University, and Head of the Research Management Office, National University of Kyiv Mohyla Academy (NaUKMA) Oleksandra Kovalchuk,  NGO Museums for Change &…

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