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Alert Posted on November 11th, 2019 at 10:42 am

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Past Exhibitions

BFA Senior Solo Shows: Session I

Student Exhibitions by Seniors:

Haley Mosseri, Anita Genovese, and Brandon Jones

 

Art and Interactive Multimedia Building Student Galleries 111 & 119

October 23rd through October 31st, 2019

Opening Reception October 23rd, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM

 

TCNJ Art Gallery- Senior BFA students announced that Session One of the senior solo shows will take place in the Art and Interactive Multimedia Building side galleries (AIMM 113 & 119). Mosseri, Genovese, and Jones advance their knowledge of material processes at TCNJ which now culminates in a gallery setting.

 

HALEY MOSSERI’S solo exhibition Persist investigates how both internal and external factors have affected her mental health and identity throughout her adolescence and young adulthood. Working in painting, sculpture, video, and installation, she addresses the mental and emotional adversity she has experienced within the last decade of her life. To persist is to continue steadfastly, especially in spite of opposition. Mosseri conveys feelings of vulnerability throughout her work to connect with viewers who have been through similar issues by sharing the story of how she’s persisted.

www.haleymosseri.com

www.instagram.com/haleymosseri

 

In Essences, ANITA GENOVESE uses photography, metal sculpture, and textiles to bind the essence of ancient ceremony to the modern human feminine ideal. Essence is defined as the core nature of the most important qualities of a person or thing, a property of something without which it would not exist. In her work, Genovese wishes to pursue a familiar or unfamiliar undertone linking female phases and roles in life to the feminine collective past. The headpiece sculptures exist as ceremonial relics that call attention to feminine strength and resilience.

www.instagram.com/anitag_art

www.anitagenoveseartist.com

 

BRANDON JONES’S solo exhibition Novae Terrae seeks to transport the viewer from the confines of the white cube to a fabricated environment reminiscent of another world. Upon entering the space, filled with sculptures and installations, viewers will be provided with an experience intended to contradict reality. Using mixed media sculptures that include materials such as metal, wood, wax, and sheetrock, Jones transforms these simple materials in order to provide an illusion of entering another world.

Gallery Residency: Yixuan Pan

Gallery Residency:  Yixuan Pan October 29 – November 6, 2019 [Dates tentative] Artist’s Talk Wednesday, Oct 30, 4:00-5:00 pm, Reception to follow. http://www.panyixuanpan.com/ Philadelphia-based artist Yixuan Pan will be on campus to do a series of workshops and performances that she describes as “…a project that reimagines our language and communication through alternatives to the…

Exhibition: Citizen/Artist

Citizen/Artist Sept 4 – Oct 23, 2019 Wednesday, Sept 11, 5:00-6:00 Panel Discussion & Reception Discover the work of six “citizen artists:” artists whose work engages with ideas and issues from the world of contemporary science. Exhibition artists include:  Elizabeth Demaray https://elizabethdemaray.org/about/ Jonathan Feldschuh http://www.jonathanfeldschuh.com Brandon Ballengee https://brandonballengee.com/bio/ Justus Harris http://www.justusharris.com/work#/medsculpart/ Ryan Fedderson http://ryanfeddersen.com/ Raven…

THE: Graphic Design BFA Exhibition

Marking the beginning and creating endless possibilities to come, THE signals a pointing forward to a following qualifying or defining clause. The learning, defining and refining of design skills throughout the course of our experiences at TCNJ has led us to find our own unique styles and niches. Our first impressions into the world of…

Exhibit ~ Springs Eternal: Art, Water, Change

Springs Eternal: Art, Water, Change February 6 – March 31, 2019 Opening Day Panel Discussion: Wednesday, February 6, 4:00-5:00pm with reception to follow About the Exhibition The TCNJ Art Gallery is pleased to present Springs Eternal: Art, Water, Change. The title of the exhibition hints at the missing word that is at the center of…

Sound Springs Eternal

Image: Water Ways by Meg Lemieur and Bri Barton Sound Compositions – Student Work in Springs Eternal In January and February 2019, TCNJ students took part in a novel IMM ‘mini-course’ with TCNJ faculty to create sound compositions for the artworks in the Springs Eternal exhibit. These audio pieces were constructed in Logic Pro X software, using both digital…

Springs Eternal: Art, Water, Change Related Events

Feb 6, 5:00-7:00pm Opening Reception Water Bar Feb 13 4:00-6:00 pm WaterBar Water on campus and in the community; WaterTenders: Amanda Radosti, TCNJ Environmental Program Specialist, and Dr. Diane Bates, Professor of Sociology Feb 26, 8pm-10:30pm TCNJ Student Rec Late Night Activities (TCNJ Student ID required!) WaterBar: Students TBD Game Night! Mobile Print Lab pop-up…

Michael Mahalchick: Bubble

Michael Mahalchick: Bubble November 14 – December 9, 2018 Opening Day Artist’s talk: Wednesday, November 14, 4:00-5:00pm with reception to follow The College of New Jersey Art Gallery is pleased to announce a new installation, Bubble, by Brooklyn-based artist Michael Mahalchick. For TCNJ, Mahalchick has created an installation of his assemblage-style sculptures and paintings, pieced…

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