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Hallie Koches: what they don’t tell you: Album Experience Exhibition

Hallie Koches
what they don’t tell you: Album Experience Exhibition
Exhibition performances: May 6th from 6-8pm and May 10th from 5-8pm

Experience the album ‘what they don’t tell you’ in a fully immersive exhibit! Hallie K’s album explores loss, healing and strength through a 15-song album. This exhibition will feature specific songs to listen to during the experience. The audience will feel the album instead of just hearing it! With projections, UV paint, and a few recycled car parts, visitors will enjoy the journey of ‘what they don’t tell you!

EPHEMERAL: TCNJ Senior BFA Fine Art Exhibition

TCNJ Senior BFA FIne Art Exhibition EPHEMERAL April 30 – May 17, 2024 Opening Reception: May 4, 1:00-4:00 COSA/Artist Talk: April 30, 12:30-2:00 Special Gallery Hours Thurs 5/2 12-4 Sunday 5/5 CLOSED Tues/Wed/Thurs 5/7- 5/9  12-4 Tues/Wed 5/14-5/15. 12-4 Thurs 5/16. 8:30-2:00 Fri 5/17 9:00-1:00 Exhibition Web Site: www.tcnjfineart.com/ From April 30th to May 17th,…

On View Now: Put it Up: Graphic Design Senior Showcase

March 27 – April 21, 2024 Opening Reception:  March 30, 1:00-4:00 pm Closing Reception: Wednesday, April 17, 4:00-6:00 pm The College of New Jersey Art Gallery is pleased to present Put It Up, TCNJ’s Graphic Design Senior Exhibition celebrating four years of creativity and growth. Inspired by the humble beginnings of displaying our work on…

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…

Senior Solo Exhibition Series: Franchesca Vega & Francis Longo

AIMM Building, Gallery 119 December 6 – December 15, 2023 Opening Reception: Friday December 8 from 5:00-7:00 pm Franchesca Vega (top) and Francis Longo (bottom) present their solo exhibitions from December 6 – 15th, 2023, in the Art and Interactive Multimedia Building, 119. The public reception will be on December 8, 2023, from 5-7 pm.…

Glimpse: The Inaugural Group Exhibition of the 2024 BFA Class

TCNJ AIMM Building Galleries 111 December 6 – December 15, 2023 ArtsComm After Dark Opening Reception: Friday, December 8 from 5:00-7:00pm Glimpse marks the inaugural group exhibition of the 2024 BFA class, , featuring the works of Jessie Bodnar, Jenna Clayton, Brighid Keller, Stephanie Krontiris, Francis Longo, Emily Mirka, Michaela Moran, Angela Siwarski, Emily Vargas,…

Senior Solo Exhibition Series: Angela Siwarski – Tradition Redefined

Angela Siwarski, a senior pursuing a B.F.A in Fine Arts,will present her solo exhibition Tradition Redefined. Siwarski’s mixed media artwork is influenced by traditional Polish patterns and textiles with a contemporary approach using fabric as the main medium. Angela’s work is deeply influenced by her personal background and her desire to share Polish culture through…

Senior Solo Exhibition Series: Emily Mirka – Enchanted Prophecies

Emily is a senior pursuing a B.F.A in Fine Arts with a strong focus on storytelling through illustrations. She is currently illustrating her creative story that follows two boys on a quest to find the truth and break their curse. In the show Enchanted Prophecies, Mirka explores and experiments with diverse mark making and texture…

Senior Solo Exhibition Series: Steph Krontiris – R.R.R

Steph is a B.F.A Fine Arts major specializing in mixed media. Her work centers on themes such as self-exploration, abstraction, texture experimentation, and symbolism.  Her most recent work, R.R.R combines traditional and unconventional materials and addresses self-discovery and the challenges artists face in a society that undervalues their passion. The work can be seen from…

Senior Solo Exhibition Series: Michaela Moran – Ink & Earth

Michaela is a B.F.A. Fine Arts Senior who aims to use sustainable and eco-friendly materials when creating her artwork. In Ink & Earth, Michaela explores the fading relationship with her home and the distant childhood memories she has.  She uses natural found materials and printmaking to fabricate maps and impressions of local flora. Her work…

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