Professor Beatrice Mady of the fine arts department will have selections from her new series of monoprints created this past summer with funding from a Kenny Fellowship on display at 107 Bowers Gallery and Drawing Rooms, both in Jersey City. 107 Bowers Gallery, located at 107 Bowers Avenue opens December 1 from 6:00 -9:00 p.m. […]
Playing to a full house, Dr. Jordan Smith of the fine arts department and James Wang performed a selection of music that delighted the audience on October 14 in the Fine Arts Gallery. Their performance was part of the 27th annual Jersey City Art & Studio Tour or JCAST which included more than 150 studios, […]
Professor Beatrice Mady of the department of fine arts was featured in The University of Dayton magazine. She received a B.F.A. from there and a M.F.A. from Pratt Institute. The article can be found here (page 53). Click here to see Mady’s Landfillart page.
Head over to Rankin Hall to see the unique abstract mural painted by Venetian artist Peeta.
Part of JC Fridays, the Fine Arts Gallery at Saint Peter’s University opened with its new exhibit Camera’s Vision: Archaeology | Architecture | Landscape. The exhibit is on display on the fifth floor of the Mac Mahon Student Center and is a photography exhibition seen through the eyes of six New York/New Jersey photographers. Each […]
James Adler, adjunct in the fine arts department, was recognized by The Marquis Who’s Who Publication Board with the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award. He is among the first to receive the award because less than five percent of Marquis “Who’s Who” listees qualify.
Fine Arts Department graduating seniors pose at the Creators of Tomorrow exhibition at the Fine Arts Gallery in the Mac Mahon Student Center. The show runs through May 15.
Fine Arts Adjunct Professor James Adler’s “Sing Unto the Lord a New Song” for chorus and piano (Warner Bros.) is included in multiple editions of Celebration Hymnal, published by Word Music.
Frank Gimpaya, adjunct lecturer in the fine arts department, was recently interviewed by Judith Escalona on CUNY/TV. They discussed his “Mask” exhibition at the Bronx Museum of Arts, presented by En Foco. View the excerpt here and learn more about the exhibit here.
C.A.S.E. has opened and debuted its new logo, created by Krystin Rodriguez ’17, a graphic arts major.