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The Art and Culture of Cuba-Study Abroad Opportunity January 2015

The Art and Culture of Cuba-Study Abroad Opportunity January 2015

Looking for something to do over winter break while the ice and snow are coming down? Study Cuban and Cuban-American Culture in Havana and Miami with our Landmarks series of study abroad programs sponsored by TCNJ School of the Arts and Communication and TCNJ Center for Global Engagement.

TCNJ’s 2014 ART ALUMNI EXHIBITION

TCNJ’s 2014 ART ALUMNI EXHIBITION

Opening Reception, Wednesday, September 3, 5:00-7:00 p.m. On view September 3 to October 9, 2014.     Alumni Artists Bonnie Berkowitz, Rocky Canonica, Kevin Carr, Al Compoly, Elizabeth Connor, Eileen Conte, Keith Cosby, Lisa Czernikowski, Natalie DiSantis, Amy Hurley Heath, Elisa Hirvonen, Amanda Kamen, Jess Lauren Lipton, Kyle LoPinto, Roxi Marsen, Teri McCans, Michelle Nugent,

Alumni Achievement!

Alumni Achievement!

Congratulations to Fine Arts alumnus Josh Sender on his acceptance into MICA’s Mount Royal School of Art! He will start this MFA program fall 2014!

Juncture & White Noise BFA Exhibition

Juncture & White Noise BFA Exhibition

Wednesday, April 30 2014 – Thursday, May 8, 2014 Join us at the Opening Reception Sunday, May 4, 2014 to view the Senior Exhibition of Graphic Design, Fine and Digital Art. This is a free event and refreshments will be served.

ELLEN LUPTON Wed 4/23 @ 8:00 PM,                                AIMM 125

ELLEN LUPTON Wed 4/23 @ 8:00 PM, AIMM 125

Welcome to Busytown: Or, What Ever Happened to Graphic Design? Our field has expanded from a specialized, largely invisible profession to an open-access enterprise. In the post-millennial scene of do-it-yourself publishing, designers are becoming authors, instigators, and entrepreneurs, while the general public has increasing access to design tools. Where do you fit in this rapidly

Apply for a Student Exhibition!

Apply for a Student Exhibition!

The Exhibition Committee is still accepting applications for next year. We are seeking creative, innovative, and experimental ideas for Student Art Galleries 111, 118, and 119. Students can apply for solo, small or large group exhibitions, or curate an exhibition around a theme! Faculty members can also apply for unique class-wide exhibitions. Deadline is Monday, April

Steve Mumford Guest  Lecture 4/16 at 7:30pm in the Library Auditorium

Steve Mumford Guest Lecture 4/16 at 7:30pm in the Library Auditorium

Steve Mumford is a contemporary American Painter that paints scenes of ongoing American wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. He paints realist oil paintings and depicts scenes from soldiers perspectives. “In an effort to understand the nature of war from a variety of perspectives, Mumford captured what he calls ‘the spaces in between,’ the long periods

“Building Ramps not Bombs”

“Building Ramps not Bombs”

Please join us this Wednesday, April 9th at 5:30pm in the Library Auditorium to hear Benafsha Tasmim speak about Skateistan, an innovative NGO that uses skateboarding as a tool to empower the youth of Afghanistan. A short, award-winning documentary about Skateistan will be screened, and then Tasmim (pictured) will discuss her experiences with the organization.

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