Archive for 'Visual Arts'

Learning from the Past, ‘Dreamworlds and Catastrophes’ at Rutgers’ Zimmerli Art Museum Paints Russia in a New Light

Learning from the Past, ‘Dreamworlds and Catastrophes’ at Rutgers’ Zimmerli Art Museum Paints Russia in a New Light

March 15, 2016—Featuring paintings, photographs and sculptures created by artists in the Soviet Union during the Cold War, “Dreamworlds and Catastrophes” comments on Soviet life from 1960-1980s. [...]

Important “Conversations” Happening at Puffin Cultural Forum

Important “Conversations” Happening at Puffin Cultural Forum

March 07, 2016—The Puffin Cultural Forum in Teaneck takes a hard look at the topic of race in "Conversations, Puffin Celebrates Black History Month," on view now through March 31. [...]

Warm Up with Winter Exhibitions at the Center for Contemporary Art

Warm Up with Winter Exhibitions at the Center for Contemporary Art

January 19, 2016—Get out of the cold and into CCA's gallery in Bedminster where three exhibitions are on view: Nature; Dallas Piotrowski: Selected Works; and a Faculty Exhibition by John Reinking. [...]

Before the Ball Drops — Ring in the New Year with First Night Morris

Before the Ball Drops — Ring in the New Year with First Night Morris

December 29, 2015—First Night Morris features more than 200 artists in 80+ performances -- ranging from dance and comedy to music and children’s performers -- at 24 venues throughout Morristown. [...]

“Made to Capture” at the Hunterdon Art Museum

“Made to Capture” at the Hunterdon Art Museum

November 19, 2015—Made to Capture is the title of a new photography exhibit at the Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton – it features forward-thinking photography from the last few decades, created [...]

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month at the Morris Museum

Celebrating Native American Heritage Month at the Morris Museum

November 17, 2015—November is Native American Heritage Month and the Morris Museum has mounted a special exhibit of woodcut portraits of Native American people by the artist Werner Drewes. [...]

Enviable Pearlman Collection of European Masterworks on Display in “Cézanne and the Modern”

Enviable Pearlman Collection of European Masterworks on Display in “Cézanne and the Modern”

November 05, 2015—More than 50 iconic works by leading Impressionist, Post-Impressionist and School of Paris artists are on view now at the Princeton University Art Museum. [...]

Full Circle 2015 Showcases Many “Perspectives”

Full Circle 2015 Showcases Many “Perspectives”

October 27, 2015—In this very special video feature, Jesse and Dave take us behind the scenes at Matheny Medical and Educational Center's Arts Access program and give us a sneak peak [...]

WheatonArts’ Festival of Fine Craft – An Annual Fall Favorite

WheatonArts’ Festival of Fine Craft – An Annual Fall Favorite

September 29, 2015—The Festival features 130+ artists, hands-on family activities, musical entertainment, artist demonstrations, a beer and wine garden and Wheaton’s renowned glass pumpkin patch. [...]

Seeing Isn’t Always Believing: “Please Touch!” Exhibit at the Monmouth Museum

Seeing Isn’t Always Believing: “Please Touch!” Exhibit at the Monmouth Museum

August 04, 2015—Intended to help visually impaired visitors to experience art in a very real way, the “Please Touch!” exhibit also allows sighted people to experience art from a new perspective. [...]