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Elizabeth Mackie will be exhibiting 6 works, Ortler Kettles #1-6, completed during three  MUSE programs with the assistance of student collaborators, Kelsey Long and Matthew Pembleton, 2011; Amanda Intili and Jessica Hargwood, 2015 and Emily Vogel and Kristina Robold, 2016.   Elizabeth Mackie | Ortler Kettles #3, #4, #5 | Produced during MUSE 2016 with… Continue Reading

Press Release for Kappa Pi

Press Release for Kappa Pi

Kappa Pi’s exhibition, “Duality” in the Spring 2017 semester features the work that our 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 at TCNJ, by showcasing the skills that they have acquired through their art… Continue Reading

The Big Picture: Our Artmaking Past and Educational Future

The Big Picture: Our Artmaking Past and Educational Future

“The Big Picture: Our Artmaking Past and Educational Future” Brown Bag Lecture Presented by TCNJ Assistant Professor of Art Education, Dr. Carolina Blatt-Gross Friday, October 14, 2016, 12:30-1:30PM in the Mildred & Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall (Music Building) Because students spontaneously exhibit aesthetic and rhythmic acts in the classroom and human beings across the… Continue Reading

Department of Art & Art History Welcomes New Faculty

Department of Art & Art History Welcomes New Faculty

  The Department of Art and Art History at The College of New Jersey is pleased to welcome three new faculty:  Dr. Carolina Blatt-Gross, Michael Covello, and Neal Galloway.   Blatt-Gross will join the faculty as Assistant Professor of Art Education. She was previously an Assistant Professor of Art at Georgia Gwinnet College and a member of… Continue Reading

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

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