A Virtual Artist Talk With Sadie Barnette on March 30
(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) -- Artist Sadie Barnette delivers a free virtual lecture and Q&A on March 30, beginning at 6:00pm. Sponsored by the Zimmerli Art Museum and Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University, this program is open to the public. This lecture is part of an ongoing series of programs related to the Zimmerli’s upcoming exhibition Angela Davis—Seize the Time, for which Barnette is developing a new installation. Barnette’s drawings, photography, and large-scale installations speak to the intersection of familial, cultural, and political history.
Phillips Mill Photo Committee Presents Online Member Show
(NEW HOPE, PA) -- The Phillips Mill Photo Committee's first-ever member show will go live on April 3, 2021. “The talented photographic artists who volunteer their time every year to produce the prestigious annual Phillips Mill Photo Exhibition, our juried photo show, are excited to have this chance to share their personal imagery,” says Spencer Saunders, who chairs the Phillips Mill Photo Committee.
GlassRoots Is Accepting Applications For The 2021 GlassRoots-Peters Valley Fellowship
(NEWARK, NJ) -- GlassRoots, a Newark-based, non-profit arts-education organization, and Peters Valley School of Craft, a renowned craft school located within the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation area in Layton, NJ, join together to offer this unique full-scholarship, arts-education Fellowship where students can explore the arts in depth!
Art+Feminism Lecture On March 24
(JERSEY CITY, NJ) -- Art House Productions, along with Hudson County Community College & Seton Hall University, present Art+Feminism Lecture on Wednesday, March 24 at 12:30pm EST via Zoom. Advance registration is required to receive the Zoom link.
RVCC’s 17th Annual Juried Student Art Show on Display Virtually
(BRANCHBURG, NJ) -- Raritan Valley Community College’s Arts & Design department is presenting the 17th installment of the RVCC Juried Student Art Exhibition, currently on display virtually on their website. The exhibition website was created by Darren McManus, RVCC Art Gallery Director and Assistant Professor in the College’s Arts & Design department.
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New Exhibits at Montclair Art Museum Reimagine Norman Rockwell and Spotlight Recent Acquisitions
Two new exhibits launched in February at the Montclair Art Museum, which is reopened to the public in a limited fashion due to the pandemic. “Fragile Freedoms: Maggie Meiners Revisits Rockwell” is an especially timely exhibit that reimagines the iconic work of Norman Rockwell through the eyes of modern America. Meanwhile, “New York To New Mexico: New Acquisitions” spotlights some of the museum’s acquisitions of American and Native American art in the past few years.
“The Question the Answer Hides" at Stockton University Art Gallery
When making plans, there is one almost-certainty: plans will change.
Sometimes the path is terminally altered by the changes, and other times, though there are twists and turns, the destination you envisioned is reached.
Studio Montclair’s "Privilege, Power, and Everyday Life"
As the world watched the rioters take over the U.S. Capitol building on January 6, the title of Studio Montclair’s latest exhibit became even more timely. Entitled, “Privilege, Power, and Everyday Life,” the exhibit runs from January 15 through February 19. Curated by Theda Sandiford, the exhibit features artwork that encourages dialogue about implicit bias and stereotypes.
The Outsider Art of Donald T. Dunphy
“The Outsider Art of Donald T. Dunphy” was released in December 2020. The Middletown based artist passed away in October 2019 at the age of 82. He had never expressed an interest in artistic expression until his late 70s after his wife had passed away and he picked up the paints she once used. What happened next was a lesson in how art can heal and people can grow. It’s a book of artwork compiled by his son in the months that followed to let his father’s work and his story be known.
Blended Media, History, and More in "Federico Solmi: The Bacchanalian Ones"
I took a slew of pictures when I visited the Rowan University Art Gallery recently to see “The Bacchanalian Ones.” I took close-ups. I took panoramic shots. I took pictures from several angles and perspectives. And I thought I had done a reasonably good job of capturing the spirit of the exhibition.
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