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  • The NJCU Visual Arts Gallery runs shows independently and in cooperation with the Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery.

    Current Exhibition 

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    Kappa Pi Society 

    Eta Rho Chapter
    Exhibition

    March 16 - March 27
    Opening reception: March 16 at 4 p.m.


    The Eta Rho Chapter of the Kappa Pi Honor Fraternity at New Jersey City University is comprised of undergraduate students, graduate students, and alumni. The Kappa Pi exhibition will be showcasing the works of current undergraduate students of the Art Department. The Kappa Pi Art Honor Fraternity is hosted by 200 schools nation-wide. Notable members of Kappa Pi have included John Singer Sargent, Frank Lloyd Wright, Grant Wood, Norman Rockwell, and, more recently, Al Hirschfeld and Faith Ringgold. Established in Kentucky in 1911, the Kappa Pi Art Honor Fraternity has dedicated itself to:
    • Promote artistic excellence at the collegiate level and beyond by maintaining high academic achievement
    • Promote a standard of service by encouraging participation in charitable activities
    • Provide students with the opportunity to build leadership skills and network with other successful students while encouraging community action and personal growth  
     

    Ongoing Exhibition

    Transformation: Art Faculty Exhibition
    Gilligan Student Union, Faculty Dining Hall, 2nd floor 

    “Transformation: Art Faculty Exhibition” will feature works by NJCU art faculty Mauro Altamura, Hugo Bastidas, Dennis Dittrich, Brian Gustafson, Deborah Jack, Martin Kruck, Ken MacBain, Winifred McNeill, Janet Pihlblad, Ellen Quinn, Jose Rodeiro, and Herb Rosenberg. The exhibit will be shown throughout the full 2013-2014 academic year. The Dining Hall is accessible Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

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    Brian Gustafson
    Bleeding the love out of roses
    2013
    Metal, glass, flora, 20" x 20" x 2"

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    Martin Kruck
    Habitorium: Blaze
    2013
    Photogravure