Archive for 'Visual Arts'

Art Outdoors – Grounds For Sculpture Celebrates 25 Years

Art Outdoors – Grounds For Sculpture Celebrates 25 Years

September 26, 2017—With 42 acres of imaginatively landscaped environments, Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton Township, NJ, is a very different sort of museum, featuring 275 large-scale sculptures in the open-air. [...]

“Sea of Vulnerability” –  An exhibition by scientist-artist Brandon Ballengée at Rowan University Art Gallery

“Sea of Vulnerability” – An exhibition by scientist-artist Brandon Ballengée at Rowan University Art Gallery

September 19, 2017—A mid-career retrospective of scientist and artist Brandon Ballengée’s work, this compelling exhibition at Rowan University Art Gallery in Glassboro is on view now through November 5. [...]

“Synthesizing Nature” at the Center for Contemporary Art

“Synthesizing Nature” at the Center for Contemporary Art

September 14, 2017—"Synthesizing Nature" is an invitational exhibition that explores the ongoing dialogue between nature and culture. Featuring the work by 10 nationally and internationally acclaimed artists, the exhibit offers photography, [...]

“False Indigo” at Hoboken’s Proto Gallery

“False Indigo” at Hoboken’s Proto Gallery

June 20, 2017—At first, you might not realize that some of Rob Ventura's pieces are flowers at all -- they certainly aren’t the kind of floral works you’d find at a [...]

Photographer MaryAnn Vitiello’s “Resilience” at Exhibit No. 9 in Asbury Park

Photographer MaryAnn Vitiello’s “Resilience” at Exhibit No. 9 in Asbury Park

June 06, 2017—An exhibit 40 years in the making, but never intended to be on display for an audience, "Resilience" is on view through June 17. [...]

Henri Matisse’s Influence Around Every Corner (and Canvas) at the Montclair Art Museum

Henri Matisse’s Influence Around Every Corner (and Canvas) at the Montclair Art Museum

May 23, 2017—"Matisse and American Art” at the Montclair Art Museum examines the widespread influence that the famed French artist has had on modern art in the U.S. over the last [...]

Rowan’s “How Food Moves” Exhibit Invites Viewers to Think Critically about Food Systems

Rowan’s “How Food Moves” Exhibit Invites Viewers to Think Critically about Food Systems

May 10, 2017—“How Food Moves,” on view through May 27 at the Rowan University Art Gallery, encourages audiences to “see” how the U.S. food supply travels to its destination. [...]

Westminster Choir: Anthracite Fields

Westminster Choir: Anthracite Fields

April 12, 2017—On April 21 and 22, Westminster Choir College of Rider University will perform Julia Wolfe’s Pulitzer Prize-winning masterwork “Anthracite Fields” with Bang on a Can All-Stars at the Roebling [...]

Art + Autism at Monmouth University

Art + Autism at Monmouth University

April 04, 2017—For those living with Autism Spectrum Disorder, art may be their only mode of communication. Monmouth University has teamed up with Autism Speaks to showcase the work of such [...]

Hidden Immigrant Communities Brought to Light in “Living in the Shadows”

Hidden Immigrant Communities Brought to Light in “Living in the Shadows”

March 30, 2017—Art that truly speaks to our time -- Rutgers' Center for Women in the Arts and Humanities' exhibit explores immigrant life in the U.S. with photography, sculptures and installations. [...]