TCNJ’s Art Gallery is located on the first floor of the Art & Interactive Multimedia (AIMM) Building. All gallery exhibitions, artist talks, and educational programs are free and open to the public.
We acknowledge and honor that The College of New Jersey resides on the traditional land of the Lenni-Lenape indigenous community.The College honors the continued presence of the original people of New Jersey, now known as the Lenni-Lenape, and acknowledges the theft of these lands by the colonizers, through horrific genocide and ethnic cleansing. Despite these horrors, the Lenape people persevered. They are recognized by the State of New Jersey, actively participate in governance, and are based in Bridgeton. For those interested to learn more and support the Nanticoke Lenape tribe, whose lands TCNJ occupies, consider visiting the Turtle Trading Post in Bridgeton or Cohanzick in Fairfield Township.