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Past Exhibitions

2017 Senior BFA Thesis Shows

Please join us on Saturday, April 29th from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. for the opening reception of The College of New Jersey’s 2017 Senior BFA Thesis Shows, “That on Which We are Standing” and “1,460 Days.”

2017 Cuba Art Show March 22 to April 12

The students of the College of New Jersey, in conjunction with the Department of Art and Art History and the School of Arts and Communication invite you to the 2017 Cuba Art Show. This exhibition features painting, photography, videos, audio, and poetry created by nine TCNJ students from across academic disciplines who spent two weeks in January studying in Cuba, AAH262 Landmarks: The Art and…

Current Exhibition: Jessica Rath: A Better Nectar

The TCNJ Art Gallery just opened an exciting new exhibition, Jessica Rath: A Better Nectar, a multisensory installation based on the artist’s extensive research into co-evolutionary communication between flowering plants and their pollinators. The exhibition opens to the public on February 1 and is on view until April 9, 2017. The free public opening reception…

TCNJ Art Gallery Presents New Spring Student Galleries Exhibitions

January 26- February 12 Duality Kappa Pi Member Exhibition Gallery 119   Kappa Pi’s exhibition, “Duality” in the Spring 2017 semester features the work that Kappa Pi members created through The College of New Jersey’s Visual Arts department. The exhibit will highlight the diversity within Kappa Pi, as well as represent the entire art department…

Stay: A Survey of Horses Think Press Opens September 7

TCNJ Art Gallery Presents Stay: A Survey of Horses Think Press The Art Gallery at The College of New Jersey is pleased to present Stay: A Survey of Horses Think Press on view from September 7th through December 11th, 2016. This exhibition is a comprehensive installation of the Brooklyn based publishing project Horses Think Press…

PUSHING EDGES: 2016 BFA Fine Arts Senior Exhibition Opens May 4

From May 4 through May 20, the 2016 senior BFA thesis class presents the exhibition Pushing Edges, an exhibition created by seven women artists investigating notions of identity, politics, and conceptions of art. The totality of work challenges boundaries set from traditional artistic mediums.  While some pieces whisper with intimacy, others shout with a raging scream,…

Image Tech: Making Pictures in a Post-Digital Age opens March 9th

The Art Gallery at The College of New Jersey is pleased to present Image Tech: Making Pictures in a Post-Digital Age. On view from March 9 through April 24, 2016, the exhibition features artworks by Trudy Benson, Lucas Blalock, Wade Guyton, Guyton/Walker, Tom Holmes, Sean Paul, Rob Pruitt, Amy Sillman and Wolfgang Tillmans. The exhibition…

A Palette of Pixels: The Evolving Art of Video Games on view through December 13

Through Sunday, December 13, the Art Gallery is presenting A Palette of Pixels: The Evolving Art of Video Games, a major exhibition that explores video games as a medium of artistic expression and communication. Curated by Chris Ault, Associate Professor of Interactive Multimedia, the exhibition features concept art, sketches, and sculptures from video games, as…

TCNJ Faculty Exhibition Explores “Fluctuations” In Contemporary Art

TCNJ’s 2015 faculty exhibition, entitled “Fluctuations,” presents new work by faculty members Anita Allyn, Josh Brilliant, Chung Chak, Dickie Cox, Belinda Haikes, Kenneth Kaplowitz, Kyle LoPinto, Elizabeth Mackie, William Nyman, Jordan Rathus, Philip Sanders, Marcia Taylor, Liselot van der Heijden, & Mauro Zamora. Offered in conjunction with TCNJ’s 2015-16 academic theme–“Change,” the exhibition explores changes…

2015 BFA Exhibition On View May 6 to 22

From May 6 through May 22, the 2015 senior BFA thesis class presents the exhibition Spectrum. Drawing upon the definition of spectrum as a “wide range of varied but related ideas, the individual features of which tend to overlap to form a continuous series,” the exhibition is a culmination of work centering around many levels…

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