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Stockton Art Gallery


 


PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL EVENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
The Stockton College Art Gallery events are sponsored by the Visual Arts Facutly,
School of Arts & Humanities, The Richard Stockton College of NJ. Funding has been provided in part by the NJ State Council on the Arts/Dept. of State, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, through the local arts grant program administered by the Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs.


All events are free and open to the public.


 

SPRING 2014

January 21 - March 5
HEART AND SOUL: The Story of America and African Americans (lower gallery)
Paintings by Kadir Nelson for his book, Heart and Soul
Organized by Kadir Nelson and The Museum of American Illustration at the Society of Illustrators

Co-sponsored by the Atlantic City Free Public Library
 

Programming: Kadir Nelson Events
Tuesday, February 25
10am Artist lecture in RSC Campus Center THEATRE (new venue) - FULLY BOOKED
2:30pm Artist lecture in RSC Campus Center Theatre with introductory lecture "Representing African Americans' Experiences Through Art" by Dr. Robert Gregg
3:30-4:30pm
Book-signing reception in the Stockton College Art Gallery

Wednesday, February 26
10am Artist lecture in RSC Campus Center THEATRE (new venue)
12:30pm Lecture in Atlantic City organized by the Atlantic City Free Public Library in the 

All Wars Memorial Building, 1510 Adriatic Avenue (New York & Adriatic Avenues), Atlantic City, NJ  08401
  If attending the AC lecture please contact Youth Services Department at the ACFPL (609) 345-2269 X3050     www.acflp.org

Kadir Nelson - Heart and Soul cover illustration

 




January 21 - March 23 [closed March 7-16 during spring break]
(upper gallery)
PHOTOGRAPHY by
KEVIN J. MIYAZAKI
| Camp Home &
JON YAMASHIRO | WWII Japanese Internment Camps 
Each artist explores World War II Japanese internment camps through their respective series.

             

Kevin J. Miyazaki

      

 

Jon Yamashiro

 

 


 

 

Program for Miyazaki and Yamashiro Exhibition:
Wednesday, February 5 at 2:30pm
in the Campus Center's Board of Trustees Room

Lecture by Stephen Perloff
Editor of The Photo Review and
The Photograph Collector
"Photography and Memory: Confronting the Internment of Japanese-Americans during World War II"

(new) Kevin J. Miyazaki will give a brief talk in the gallery following Mr. Perloff's lecture.

Stephen Perloff
Photo credit: J
udith Harold-Steinhauser

 

 


 

April 1 - 28 [closed 4/18-20]
STUDIES IN THE ARTS
BA/BFA SENIOR EXHIBITION
Artist Reception: Sunday, April 6, 1 - 3pm
 

 

 Joseph Grabowski, "The X Project"

 


Please note special hours for this exhibition.

May 7 - 22
Selected Work from the 2014
Atlantic County Teen Arts Festival

Organized by the Atlantic County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs.

Reception: Saturday, May 17, 1-3pm

OPEN MONDAY - THURSDAY AND SATURDAYS 12-4PM

 


SUMMER HOURS: MONDAY - THURSDAY 12-4PM

SUMMER 2014

June - August
VISUAL ARTS FACULTY & ALUMNI EXHIBITION



 


 

FALL 2014

ALAN COHEN: EARTH WITH MEANING
PHOTOGRAPHY

 

 


 

SPRING 2015

BETRAYED AND SOLD: JEWISH ENTREPRENEURS
Didactic display in A-wing Atrium

 


 

FALL 2015
 

Visual Arts
ALUMNI EXHIBITION

 


 


 

 

 


PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS:
FALL 2013

 


September 4-November 5 
JACOB FEIGE: PAINTINGS, 2008-2013 (lower gallery)
Paintings, 2008-13 presents a survey of Jacob Feige's abstraction-in-landscape paintings from the past five years. Recent paintings of sites along the White Horse Pike accompany paintings of Colorado, California, the Eocene epoch, and elsewhere in time and space.


September 4-November 5 
TOMORROW IS NEVER (upper gallery)
Artists Explore the Fantasy Space of Architectural Ruins
Curated by Jacob Feige

Tomorrow is Never focuses on the ways that contemporary artists have explored Antiquity and architectural ruin. A diverse group of American artists working in a variety of media respond to the question of how the world examines its own ruined spaces and past civilizations.

 



Sunday, September 29, 1-3pm
Reception for Feige & Tomorrow is Never

                   

Jacob Feige                                                    Timothy Hull        

 

 




Wednesday, October 2 at 2:30pm
in Campus Center Theatre

AL GOLD MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES
Lance Fung, International Curator

Beyond the Cube: A Curator's Journey over Two Decades
Lance Fung will illustrate his simple beginnings as an art student and how chance and luck led him to an illustrious career curating large-scale art exhibitions outside the gallery walls. He will lend insight into curatorial projects ranging from exhibitions at the Holly Solomon Gallery and his own Lance Fung Gallery, to the ephemeral monuments of The Snow Shows, and using city as inspiration for SITE Santa Fe's 7th Biennial Lucky Number Seven, and Wonderland in San Francisco.  In closing he will share his latest experiences working on ARTLANTIC in Atlantic City and engaging The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey faculty and students.

Reception to follow lecture.

This event is funded by a generous gift from Vicki Gold Levi.

 

 


 


Thursday, October 24 at 2:30pm
PANEL DISCUSSION: TOMORROW IS NEVER
with artists Timothy Hall, Emily Weiner and Professor Jacob Feige (moderator).


 



November 24 - December 9 (closed 11/27 - 12/1)
STUDIES IN THE ARTS
BA/BFA SENIOR EXHIBITION
Sunday, November 24, 1 - 3pm
Reception



 


 

 



 

 


 





 

SUMMER HOURS: MONDAY-THURSDAY 12-4PM
JUNE 10 - AUGUST 8, 2013

VISUAL ARTS FACULTY

AUGUST 1, 5-6:30PM
 
CLOSING RECEPTION

Featuring full-time and adjunct faculty: Cortlandt Bellavance, Marilyn Brent, Ryann Casey, E C Cornell, Jacob Feige, Eileen Fell, Allan Fernetti, David Goldmann, Darla Jackson, Frank Kallop, Jung Han Lee, Michael McGarvey, William Neal McPheeters, Jedediah Morfit, Robert Pierro, Joseph Podlesnik, Jill Sluka, Howard Smagula, Hannah Ueno, Wendel A. White, Joe Winter

 

 Hannah Ueno, Spring Rain, 3D lenticular print

 

MAY 13 - 28, 2013
ATLANTIC COUNTY TEEN ARTS EXHIBITION (lower gallery)
Special hours and days: Monday - Thursday 12 - 4pm.  Open one weekend only: May 18-19, 12 -4pm
Closed Memorial Day.

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

2012 Fall Semester