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A DISPLAY OF GRAPHIC CONTENT: Senior BFA Graphic Design Exhibition

What is censorship and how do we contextualize it? Is censorship necessary in order to maintain societal standards? Is it restrictive to the creative process? Should we conform to what is ‘appropriate’? Or should we dare to be different?

Rob Birnbohm, Danielle Davis, Natalie La Spisa, Lauren Marsiglia, Jaclyn Newberry, Zach Paige, Eric Phillips, Jason Proleika, Jazmine Ramirez, Mike Scilla, Sophia Spiridakis, and Jess Tirone.
Join these twelve graphic designers as they showcase their exploration of censorship and navigation of the choices of communication and self-expression in their creations. They share their experiences qualitatively through their work, with each portfolio offering a unique window into the designer’s development, style, and personality. 

April 28 to May 18 in AIMM Student Galleries 111 and 119
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 28 from 1:00 to 4:00pm
Artist’s Talk: Wednesday, May 2 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm in AIMM 125.

Artist’s Talk: Sandra Erbacher on Making Innovation

“I like to create my exhibitions in direct response to the space I’m given,” Sandra Erbacher says about her work process and artistic aims. On Wednesday, February 21, 2018 visiting artist Sandra Erbacher spoke about the trajectory of her work, where she draws her inspirations, and how she engages with the space around her to… Continue Reading

Making Innovation: Artists, Engineers, and the Sarnoff Collection Panel Discussion with Imin Yeh and Florencia Pierri

Making Innovation: Artists, Engineers, and the Sarnoff Collection offered an interdisciplinary lens of invention, innovation, and creativity. The exhibition combined the work of contemporary artists Imin Yeh, Sandra Erbacher, and the late Pati Hill, along with artifacts from the Sarnoff Collection itself. The David Sarnoff Collection at the College is a small but significant museum… Continue Reading

Artist’s Talk: Andrea Carlson on Ravenous Eye Exhibition

“My work started from language,” visiting artist Andrea Carlson says of her career as a storytelling and an artist. Storytelling in Carlson’s Anishinaabe (Ojibwe) culture is a living tradition, where the philosophy of language differentiates between the animate and inanimate. On Wednesday, November 1, 2017, Andrea Carlson’s Ravenous Eye Exhibition opened in the Art Gallery.… Continue Reading

2017 Cuba Art Show March 22 to April 12

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… Continue Reading

Artist’s Talk: Justin James Reed

Artist’s Talk: Justin James Reed

Artist’s Talk | Wed 10/19 | 2:00pm | AIMM 125 Justin James Reed’s photographic based works conflate ideas of past, present, real, and perceived. Through a variety of materials and methods, Reed explores how meaning is constructed, producing images that focus on sensorial qualities of the medium. At the core of his investigations is engagement… Continue Reading

TCNJ’s Art Gallery Collaborates with Trenton Central High School Students  to Explore What Photography Means Today

TCNJ’s Art Gallery Collaborates with Trenton Central High School Students to Explore What Photography Means Today

In today’s digital age of selfies, Instagram, and Snapchat, what does photography mean to teenagers? After a visit to TCNJ’s Art Gallery to experience the exhibition, An Unfixed Image: The Photographic Across Media, Trenton Central High School students have created their own artworks exploring what photography means today. Their artworks will be exhibited at TCNJ’s… Continue Reading