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FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
Summer hours vary per exhibition. Please see with listings below.

September - April: Open Daily
MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY 12 - 730PM AND SUNDAY 12 - 4PM

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Sponsored by the Visual Arts Faculty, School of Arts & Humanities, Stockton University


Summer 2017

 

 


 

June 25 - August 8, 2017 (lower gallery)
HOURS for this EXHIBITION: MONDAY through THURSDAY & SATURDAYS 12-4PM

Wood Engraver's Network (WEN)
Third Triennial Exhibition & Prints by Stefan Martin
Juried by Gray Zeitz of Larkspur Press   
Stefan Martin prints from the Michelle Stone collection

Abigail Rorer, "Stampede," relief engraving, linocut, hand-coloring, 11.75 x 16.75 inches.


FRIDAY, JUNE 30 at 3:30

Lecture by Gaylord Schanilec
artist, writer, letterpress printer, designer, and illustrator who set the standard
for contemporary artist's books over the past 30 years. (Groveland Gallery)

4:30-6:30pm
Reception and WEN Show & Tell

During the reception WEN workshop participants will have table displays of their prints to discuss and share wood engraving techniques.

Selection of PRINTS ARE FOR SALE beginning at $20 [exact cash or checks only] contact denise.mcgarvey@stockton.edu or see the receptionist in the gallery.  We are expecting the catalogue to be delivered soon ($10).

 

Exhibiting artists include:
Wesley Bates (Ontario, Canada), Nick Baute (Kentucky), Evan Charney (Massachusetts), Paul Constance (Virginia), Nancy Darrell (North Carolina), Tony Drehfal (Wisconsin), Colleen Dwire (California), Leslie Evans (Massachusetts), Andy Farkas (North Carolina), Rich Gere (Texas), Rebecca Gilbert (Pennsylvania) R.P. Hale (New Hampshire), Gwen Heffner (Kentucky), Jon Hinkel (Minnesota), Eric Hoffman (Rhode Island), Anna Hogan (Massachusetts), Mirka Hokkanen (Finland), Judith Jaidinger (Illinois), Cindy Koopman (Minnesota), Channing Lefebvre (New York), Susan Mannion (Ireland), Michael McGarvey (New Jersey), John McWilliams (South Carolina), Joel Moline (Minnesota), Carl Montford (Washington), David Moyer (Pennsylvania), William Myers (Minnesota), Neil Peck (Washington), Sylvia Pixley (Michigan), Joanne Price (Kentucky), Abigail Rorer (Massachusetts), Anders Sandstrom (indiana), Kerri Safranski (Indiana), Robert Simola (California), James G. Todd (Montana), Manuel Vermeire (Brussels, Belgium), Richard Wagener (California)

 

(upper gallery) 

Selected Stockton Student Artwork
from the Permanent Collection

painting, drawing, and photography



Stephen Vaughn, untitled pastel on paper (detail), 2000



Fall 2017


September 12 - November 18 (both galleries)
Kyoko Ibe
Installation of handmade paper by renowned artist, Kyoko Ibe

Washi Tales
Recycling: Washi tales brings to life in performance the human stories contained in a sheet of "washi" Japanese handmade paper) as it is recycled through time. Four tales of paper making from different periods of Japanese history unfold in the art gallery with an ensemble of performers and musicians, in a world created by distinguished paper artist, Kyoko Ibe.


Kyoko Ibe


Special Events:
November  10-19
     Workshops to be scheduled
November 17 at 2:30pm
     Free performance for Stockton students - in the art gallery (limited seating)
November 17 & 18 at 7:30pm 
     Public performances - in the art gallery (limited seating) Regular $12 - Student/Senior $10
(Purchase tickets at the PAC box office 609.652.9000.)


 

October 4 at 2:30pm in the Campus Center Theater
Al Gold Memorial Lecture Series 
Screening of Return to Cuba: In the Footsteps of Walker Evans
followed by a panel discussion with Vicki Gold Levi, Dist. Prof. Wendel White, and Ex. Producer, Skip Klein.

4-5pm Reception to meet the panelists 

This event is made possible with the generous support of Vicki Gold Levi.
Vicki Gold Levi, born in Atlantic City is a picture editor and co-author of Atlantic City; 125 Years of Ocean Madness; Live and Be Well: A Celebration of Yiddish Culture in America; CubaStyle: Graphics from the Golden Age of Design, Times Square Style, co-founder of Atlantic City Historical Museum and an historical consultant to HBO's Boardwalk Empire


 

December 1 - 8 (both galleries)
Studies in the Arts
BFA Senior Exhibition

Sunday, Dec. 3, 1-3pm
Reception



Spring 2018


January 16 - March 29
James Raczkowski: Visions (lower)
Iraq veteran and Stockton alumnus recounts and reimagines his experiences of combat through his paintings

New Jersey Photographers (upper)
Guest Curator, Stephen Perloff
Editor of The Photo Review and The Photograph Collector


April 8 - 27
Studies in the Arts
BFA Senior Exhibition
April 8, 1-3pm
Reception

August
2018 Visual Art Alumni Triennial

 

Fall 2018
September - November
CHUNG-FAN CHANG:SOLO EXHIBITION
MARIANA SMITH: SOLO EXHIBITION

 



Future artists will include: Bruce Garrity and Joseph Podlesnik


 

 

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS:

June 8 - 22 (lower gallery)
SPECIAL HOURS: DAILY 12-4PM

Selected Artwork from the 
Atlantic County Teen Arts Festival

Co-sponsored by the Atlantic County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs

SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1-3PM
Meet & Greet Reception

 "Dual Citizenship," by Caitlin Ibale, a student from Atlantic Co. Intitute of Technology.
 

SPRING 2017
(lower gallery)
January 17 - March 22 (closed 3/11-19)
Cindy Stockton Moore & Rebecca Saylor Sack
Mute Things
Curated by Jacob Feige

>Gallery Talks:
Stockton Moore/Tuesday, February 7 @ 230pm
Saylor Sack/Thursday, March 2, @ 230pm

 

                 

Cindy Stockton Moore                                                    Rebecca Saylor Sack

 

  

(upper gallery)
Alfonso Corpus
Retrospective: 1978-2012

A retrospective of Corpus's prints and papermaking with a selection of art from colleagues and teachers who he has admired: Robert Barnes, Jeff Burden, Wendy Calman, Don & Era Farnsworth, Keith Howard, Maximino Javier, Marvin Lowe, Lydia Madrid, Richard Ryan, and Wendel White.

Wednesday, January 25, 4-6pm
Meet the Artist Reception


 


 

(both galleries)
April 2 - 28 (closed 4/15-16) 
Studies in the Arts
BFA Senior Exhibition
Sunday, April 9, 1-3pm
Reception to Meet the Artists 

 


FALL 2016

November 28 - December 11 (both galleries)
STUDIES IN THE ARTS
BFA SENIOR EXHIBITION

Artist Reception: Sunday, Dec. 4, 1 - 3pm

 


 

(both galleries)

September 6 - November 13, 2016 
MANFRED BOCKELMANN
DRAWING AGAINST OBLIVION 
catalogue available

Large-format charcoal portraits of children & youths who fell victim to the Nazis' reign of terror.
 
Manfred Bockelmann

Newsroom: 
Events: 
>Wednesday, October 26
2:30pm in the lower art gallery
Exhibition Panel Discussionwith Manfred Bockelmann, Ms. Andrea Heymann, alumna; Prof. Emeritas Carol Rittner, Prof. Elisa von Joeden-Forgey, Prof. Marion Hussong, Dr. Maryann McLoughlin, and Prof. Kate Ogden, moderator.

7- 9:30pm in the Campus Center Theater*
<*Free with entry ticket - call the PAC Box Office at 609-652-9000/general admission
Film Screening followed by Panel Discussion with the Manfred Bockelmann, Ex.Producer David Kunac/Final Frame Productions, Director Baerbel Jacks, Prof. Marion Hussong, Ms. Adrienne Parvin, student; and Prof. Christine Farina, moderator.

The film DRAWING AGAINST OBLIVION documents the creation of Manfred Bockelmann’s series of works by the same name. In powerful pictures, carried by the intensity of the artist’s undertaking, this film bows to the countless children who were murdered by the Nazis, and with distressing stories at the same time reminds us of those who survived and still live with the incomprehensible past today.


 

 

OCTOBER 5, 2016 at 2:30 
in the Campus Center Theater
Al Gold Memorial Lecture Series:
DEBORAH WILLIS 
The Critical Narratives in African American Art


Deborah Willis is an award-winning art photographer, author, educator, and one of the nation's leading historians of African American photography and curator of African American culture.
http://debwillisphoto.com/

 

This event is made possible with the generous support of Vicki Gold Levi.



Ken Miranda, BFA '10

Summer 2016
(both galleries)
July 5 - August 11
Alumni Invitational