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Adjunct Professor Ben Hagari has an exhibition opening at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University on February 11th.

Adjunct Professor Ben Hagari has an exhibition opening at the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University on February 11th.

“Ben Hagari’s Potter’s Will (2015) melds the prehistoric art of pottery making with contemporary video art, reconfiguring primordial myths related to creation and destruction, life and death. In this multimedia installation, organized by Faculty Curator Gannit Ankori, a potter’s rotating studio is on display as both a physical site and a projected sight, inviting the… Continue Reading

Professor Chung Chak has a photography exhibit  at the Chinese American Arts Council Gallery 456 in Soho and a photo-montage exhibition in  Richmond, CA

Professor Chung Chak has a photography exhibit at the Chinese American Arts Council Gallery 456 in Soho and a photo-montage exhibition in Richmond, CA

Check out Prof. Chung Chak’s work in two exhibitions! “Looking for Gold Mountain: Lost Chinatowns in the Western States” looks at the sites of former Chinese settlements from the late 1800s and early 1900s. January 29 – February 26, 2016 Gallery 456 Chinese American Arts Council 456 Broadway, 3rd Floor New York, NY 10013 http://www.caacarts.org/dp/?q=%2Fnode%2F15&id… Continue Reading

“What Art Historians Do When They Aren’t Teaching,” Friday Oct 2nd Brown Bag Lecture, 12:30 PM, Mayo Concert Hall

“What Art Historians Do When They Aren’t Teaching,” Friday Oct 2nd Brown Bag Lecture, 12:30 PM, Mayo Concert Hall

Ever wondered what Art Historians do besides teach? Professors Lee Ann Riccardi and Deborah Hutton from TCNJ’s Department of Art and Art History will describe some of their professional activities outside of the classroom, including working with museums and collections, archaeological investigations, archival research, and writing and editing scholarly books and articles. Prof. Riccardi will… Continue Reading

Fluctuations: TCNJ Faculty Exhibition 2015

Fluctuations: TCNJ Faculty Exhibition 2015

Fluctuations: TCNJ Faculty Exhibition 2015 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, and Mauro Zamora Opening Reception Wednesday, September 2, 5–7 PM Panel Discussion Anita Allyn, Belinda Haikes, Kenneth Kaplowitz, Elizabeth Mackie, and Liselot… Continue Reading

TCNJ’s Trenton Works Gallery / Arc Mercer’s Arctists  Collective

TCNJ’s Trenton Works Gallery / Arc Mercer’s Arctists Collective

Trenton Works (TCNJ’s downtown center for community engaged learning) in collaboration with Arc Mercer (the largest, oldest, and leading non-profit organization in Mercer County serving families and individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities) is currently holding an art workshop. TCNJ students will have the opportunity to engage in community with their artwork and become more… Continue Reading

(Un)governed Spaces

(Un)governed Spaces

(Un)governed Spaces, an exhibition by Professor Gregory Thielker, opened at Bennington College’s Usdan Gallery on Tuesday, October 28. This exhibition focuses on the Bagram region in Afghanistan and is a collaboration with anthropologist Noah Coburn. Continue Reading

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