Exhibition Archive

Summer 2018

Photo of mountains by Nikki Robinson

June 23-August 2

Visual Arts Alumni Triennial /Tom Moran, juror

Sat, June 23, 1-3pm
Reception/Meet the Artists


Spring 2018

Teen Arts Festival Painting

May 5-23

Selected Works from the Atl. Co. Teen Arts Festival/lower

Sat, May 12, 1-3pm 
Reception/ARTV Meet n Greet


BFA Senior Exhibition Spring 2018 Poster

Spring 2018 BFA Senior Exhibition

Joseph Alberti, Bryan Armstrong, Alex Blundetto, Dakota Bocelle, Christian Bostwick, Joshua Candelaria, Hanna DeMarco, Thi Dinh, Kaitlyn Doyle, Sarah Dudley, Zachary Ferdman, Kelly Gibson, Anna Hubbs, Harley Jarrett, Caitlin Kauffman, Mallory Maugeri, Ryan Middleton, Zhane Roberts, Vanessa Spollen, Haleigh Stergin, Matthew Tarquinio


James Razko, "Night Vision Landscape" (detail)
James Razko, "Night Vision Landscape" (detail), 2016, oil on canvas, 60 x 90 inches

James Razko: Visions
(lower gallery)

Iraq veteran and Stockton alumnus James Razko (aka Raczkowski) recounts and reimagines his experiences of combat through his paintings.

Read more about James Razko and his work.


photo
Sandra C. Davis, "After Atget," 2005/2013, gum bichromate print, edition #1/8, 13.5x15 inches

9 New Jersey Photographers
(upper gallery)

Featuring Barbara Beirne, Terry Boddie, Sandra C. Davis, Michael Froio, Chuck Kelton, Wendy Paton, Alison Rossiter, Helen M. Stummer, Howard F. Zoubek.

Curated by Stephen Perloff, Editor of The Photo Review and The Photograph Collector


Previous Year Exhibitions

Fall 2017

September 12 - November 18 (both galleries) [closed Nov. 10 & 12]
Once Upon A Time...
Japanese paperartwork by
Kyoko Ibe

and special performances and workshops:
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 performing
Kyoko Ibe


Special Events: free unless noted:
Wed., Sept. 13 at 11:30am: Papermaking, Kyoko Ibe (printmaking lab AS140)
Tues., Nov. 14 at 2:30pm: Gallery Talk, Kyoko Ibe (art gallery)
Wed., Nov. 15 at 3:30: Shirabiushi dance, Makkiko Sakurai (CC Theater)

Thurs., Nov. 16 at 2:30pm: Biwa tradition and Shomyo chant, Shizu Arai and Makiko Sakurai (Alton Auditorium
Thurs., No. 16 at 4:30pm: Noh drumming, Shonosuke Okura (Alton Auditorium)
Fri., Nov. 17 at 2:30pm(for Stockton students only) Washi Tales Performance-free (art gallery)
$November 17 & 18 at 7:30pm: Public performances -Washi Tales (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 TheaterReturn to Cuba poster
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, filmmaker Ross McDermott, and Ex. Producer, Skip Klein

5-6pm 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 MadnessLive and Be Well: A Celebration of Yiddish Culture in AmericaCubaStyle: Graphics from the Golden Age of DesignTimes Square Style, co-founder of Atlantic City Historical Museum and an historical consultant to HBO's Boardwalk Empire


December 3 - 8 (both galleries)
Studies in the Arts: BFA Senior Exhibition 
Visual Communications/Graphic Desgin

Sunday, Dec. 3, 1-3pm
Reception


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.

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)

Gaylord Schanilec drawing

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


 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.

 "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

Cindy Stockton Moore

Rebecca Saylor Sack

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

BFA SENIOR EXHIBITION

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 
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.
awards


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
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.


Summer 2016

(both galleries)
July 5 - August 11
Alumni Invitational

Ken Miranda

Ken Miranda, BFA '10

2000

January 18-February 25

Soul Searching/Digital Montage by Stephen Marc

 

February 8

Adobe Demonstration/new graphic software*

 

March 7-31

Society of Illustrators Annual*

 

March 30

Murray Tinkelman, Illustrator:  slide lecture* History of American Illustration 1860s-1950s

 

April 4-7

Senior Project Exhibition I

 

April 9-13

Senior Project Exhibition II

 

April 16-20

Senior Project Exhibition III

 

April 25-May 1

Senior Project Exhibition IV

 

September 11-27

Hannah Ueno and Wendel A. White/digital prints

 

September 19

Dialogue with the artists/Hannah Ueno and Wendel A. White

 

October 4-26

Watershed Landscapes*

Paintings by Alice McEnerney Cook

 

October 5

Art and the Environment Panel*

with artist Alice McEnerney Cook, Prof. Richard Hager (Marine Science), Angela Andersen, Director, American Littoral Society, southern NJ, and Prof. Kate Nearpass Ogden, moderator

 

October 12 at 3pm in AS102

Guest Lecturer: Sylvia Yount, Chief Curator, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts “From the Real to the Ideal: The Philadelphia Art World in the 1890s”

 

November 1-28

Penny Kronengold/Baroque Fantasies Paintings, Works on Paper, and Sculpture

 

November 16 at 3pm in AS102

Guest Lecturer: Meredith Arms Bzdak, Architectural Historian

“Public Sculpture on the College Campus: Gardens of the Nonobjective”

 

December 17-21

Senior Project Exhibition I

 

2001

January 16-February 15

Traditional Chinese Paintings by contemporary Beijing artist Yong-hou Bai*

 

January 23

Yong-hou Bai painting demonstration*

 

February 21-March 28

Group Exhibition: Alfonso Corpus, John Fincher, Curlee Raven Holton, Richard Mayhew, Greg Wolff

Paintings and Prints

 

March 22

Richard Mayhew slide lecture

 

April 1-5

Senior Project Exhibition I/Graphic Design

 

April 8-12

Senior Project Exhibition II/Photography

 

April 17-22

Senior Project Exhibition III/Photography and Graphic Design

 

April 24-29

Senior Project Exhibition IV/Photography and Painting

 

September 10-October 2

Zeuxis: an association of still life painters

featuring Lucy Barber, William Barnes, Suzanne Biggins, Joseph Byrne, Colleen Cox, Catherine Drabkin, Bevin Engman, Nancy Flanagan, Phyllis Floyd, John Goodrich, Robert Jessel, Tim Kennedy, Deborah Kirklin, Carmela Kolman, Lynn Kotula, Richard La Pristi, Eve Mansdorf, Anthony Martino, Margaret McCann, Ruth Miller, Ben Frank Moss

Reception: Tuesday, Sept. 18, 3-6pm

 

October 12-31

Art Directors Club: 80th Annual Awards Traveling Exhibition

300 pieces selected from the competition - the oldest and largest of its kind in advertising and print design in the U.S.

Reception: Tuesday, Oct. 16, 3-6pm

 

November 8-29

Artists and the Environment

featuring sculpture, painting, and photography by Dotty & John Berner, Alice McEnerney Cook, Susan Hockaday, Robin Jess, Connie Jost, Cheryl Knowles-Harrigan, Nancy Ori, and Leo Sewell

 

 

December 3-7

Senior Project Exhibition I/ Visual Communications

Reception: Tuesday, Dec. 4, 5-7pm

 

December 9-13

Senior Project Exhibition II/ Visual Communications

Reception: Tuesday, Dec. 11, 5-7pm

 

December 15-19

Senior Project Exhibition III/ Painting, Photography

Reception: Tuesday, Dec. 18, 5-7pm

 

2002

January 14-February 7

Alumni Exhibition: Fine Arts (Juried)

featuring Vanessa Bowling, Ursula Brady, Aimee B. Browning, Robert Buganski, George J. Burke, Cynthia A. Commander, Susan E. O’Brien Crawford, Victor Allen Crawford III, Jan D. deVecchis, eLisabetta DiMaura, Dan Fernandez, Carol Freas, Michael Guedes, Sara F. Himes, Stefanie Himes, Bill Purcell, Ron Quinn, Maxine Spector, Stephen Tullio, Dirk VandenBerg, Barbara Venturi

 

 

February 19-March 20

Paola Ferrario and Linda Troeller* “Inheritance Series” and “TB/AIDS Diary”

 

In conjunction with Ferrario and Troeller exhibition: February 26, 5-6 meet the artist reception

6pm in A-wing lecture hall:

Lecture: by Dr. Harry Moody, Director of the Institute for Human Values in Aging, “Late Life Creativity” followed by a panel discussion “Art and Social Concerns” with the artists Ferrario and Troeller, moderated by Rodger Jackson, (RSC) Assistant Prof. of Philosophy *

 

April 1-5

Senior Project Exhibition I/Visual Communications

 

April 8-12

Senior Project Exhibition II/Visual Communications

 

April 15-19

Senior Project Exhibition III/Photography

 

April 22-26

Senior Project Exhibition IV/Visual Communications/Printmaking

 

May 1, 2002-May 1, 2003

Outdoor Sculpture: Philadelphia Sculptors*

Knox Cummin, Elizabeth McCue, Joe Mooney, and Barry Parker

(Outdoors surrounding the A&S Building) Catalogue published

 

September 9-30

Remembering September 11th   +

Photography collection “Here is NY” along with an open invitation for the community-at-large to participate [we received photographs, drawings, digital collage, sculpture, and poetry]

 

September 17 in AS102

Photography: War, Conflict, and Propaganda

Lecture by Kate Nearpass Ogden, Assoc. Prof. of Art History

 

September 24

Brown Bag Event: Poetry Reading by BJ Ward

 

October 6-27

Local Artists: Sculpture and Paintings by Fr. Leonard Carrieri, Erin Endicott, Leon Graff, Fred Manders, Morel Pagano, and Carolyn Stellatella

 

October 10 in AS102

The Al Gold Years:

100 Years of Photography in Atlantic City 1902-2002

Lecture by Vicki Gold Levi

 

October 17 in AS102

Barry Parker, Sculptor/slide lecture*

Philadelphia sculptor presented an overview of his 35 year career

 

November 1-24

Alumni Exhibition: Visual Communication

featuring Lorenzo Caldara, Chad J. Clausen, Susan O’Brien Crawford, Victor Allen Crawford III, David Dziemian, Daniel F. Gambert, Tiffany Giovia, Carmella Grant, John Harford, Lori Link, Charles Lounsberry, Bruce Mohn, Karen Schaefer Quinn, Joanna E. Rivera, Erin Ruepp, Gricel Salazar, Ryan Schocklin, Carlos B. Silva, Rebecca Whittemore, Olga Workman, Robert Zaleski.

Juried by Frank Baseman of Baseman Design, Philadelphia

 

December 3-6

Senior Project Exhibition I

Painting, Visual Communication

 

December 10-13

Senior Project Exhibition II

Photography

 

December 16-19

Senior Project Exhibition III

Painting, Visual Communications

 

2003

January 21-February 12

15 Exposures: Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Alumni*

 

January 28 in AS102

Bill Scott (15 Exposures artist)*

Philadelphia artist talks about his paintings and influences

 

February 6

Brown Bag Event: Readers' Theatre with Bonnie and David Buzza, David Pinto, and Peter Hagen

 

February 19-March 31

A Century of Intolerance: Curated by Gail Gelburd.*

Organized by Council of Creative Projects, MA

 

February 20

Gail Gelburd: Curator's Talk/Walking Tour for Century of Intolerance*

 

 

March 5

Brown Bag Event: Scott McGill, guitarist

 

Kate Ogden presentation (women artists)

 

March 12

Faculty Band: Peace Music

 

March 13

Brown Bag Event: Linda Feeney, Irish Music

 

April 7-11

Senior Project Exhibition I/Visual Communication

 

April 9

Brown Bag Event: Stockton Wind Quintet

 

April 14-17

Senior Project Exhibition II/Painting and Visual Communication

 

April 16

Brown Bag Event: Anne Pomeroy and Rodger Jackson/flute and guitar duos

 

April 22-28

Senior Project Exhibition III/Painting, Photography, Visual Communication

 

April 24

Brown Bag Event: Ernie Bruce, Paula Dollarhide/Bach Cantata: Ich habe genug

 

April 28-May 2

Senior Project Exhibition IV/Visual Communication

 

2003

September 22 - October 22

Painting, Photography, and Sculpture

Adjunct Professors: John Harford (photo), Don Hazlitt (paint), Frank Kallop (paint), Ron Quinn (photo), Diane Schrader (photo), Howard Smagula (paint),

and Joe Winter (sculpt).

 

September 23, 4-6pm,

Meet the Artists above

 

October 20 - November 21, 2003

An Historical Look at Visual Communication

from the Society of Illustrators' Permanent Collection

Includes 50 works of art from the Society of Illustrator’s Permanent Collection that spans the 20th century (1890-1990) and offers the changing role of the illustrator.

 

October 28

An Historical Look at Visual Communication:

Gallery talk by Michael McGarvey, Professor of Art/History of Illustration

 

December 1 - 5

Senior Project Exhibition I/Visual Communication

 

December 8 – 11

Senior Project Exhibition II/Visual Communication, Printmaking and Art Education

 

December 14-19

Senior Project Exhibition III/Visual Communication, Photography, and Painting

 

2004

ARTV Faculty Exhibition:

Painting, Printmaking, Photography, Computer Imaging

David Ahlsted (paint), Alfonso Corpus (print), Michael McGarvey (print/book), Hannah Ueno (comp), Wendel White (photo)

 

January 27, 2:30pm,

ARTV Faculty slide presentations of their artwork

 

February 19 - March 26, 2004

Sculptors Association of New Jersey (SANJ): Diversity in Three Dimensions

Bogart, Hope Carter, Rose Craney, Phil Drill, Edna Fisher, Harv Friedman, George Haas, Frances Heinrich, Joyce Hutchins, Janet Indick, William Kilpatrick,

Larry Lee, Stafanie Mandelbaum, Paticu Mateescu, Fred Mayr, Pat Feeney Murrell, Jeff Packard, Donna Payton, Solin/Iacone, Richard Tierney, Mira Welnowski, Michael Wiley.

 

February 25

From Concept to Realization:

Gallery talk with SANJ artists Hope Carter and Pat Feeney Murrell

 

April 5 - 8

Senior Project Exhibition I/Visual Communication

 

April 12 - 16

Senior Project Exhibition II/Visual Communication

 

April 19 - 23

Senior Project Exhibition III/Photography

 

April 26 - 30

Senior Project Exhibition IV/Visual Communication

 

May 2-4

Senior Project Exhibition/Painting and Photography

 

September 8-27

Sculpture by Jochem Schmidt

The female torso in marble

 

September 14

Meet the Artist/Jochem Schmidt

 

October 4-26

In Nepal: Photography by Linda Connor and William Mebane*

 

October 5

William Mebane: Gallery Talk and Meet the Artist

 

October 21 (TRLC)

Spirituality in the Arts from a Multicultural Perspective ++

 

Symposium co-organized with the Noyes Museum of Art in conjunction within Nepal and Noyes’ exhibition Icons, Symbols and Altars

 

November 1-30

15 Exposures

works in various media by 15 alumni of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

 

November 2

Meet the Artists reception

 

December 5-10

Senior Project Exhibition I/Painting, Photograph, Visual Communications

 

2005

January 18- February 18

Helen Mirkil: Landscapes Old and New (1989-2004)

 

Tuesday, January 25, 3:30pm Talk by Helen Mirkil in AS102 Meet the Artist reception

 

Saturday, February 5. [Dorrie Papademetriou event]

The Art in Me

A special art activity for children

to express themselves and their love of nature

 

February 28-March 30

There is No Why Here by Karl Koenig

Photography of Ten Concentration Camps from 1994 to 2003

 

Tuesday, February 28 Opening lecture by

Dr Carol Rittner, RSM, Distinguished Professor of Holocaust and

Genocide Studies, Stockton College.

 

March 17

Holocaust Awareness Program-school group visits

 

March 23

What You See is Far from What It Was

Reflections by Dr. Murray Kohn, Holocaust survivor and Assoc. Prof. of Holocaust Studies

 

March 30

Auschwitz and Learning

Closing lecture by Dr. Carol Rittner, RSM, Distinguished Professor of Holocaust and Genocide Studies

 

April 3-7

Senior Project Exhibition I/Visual Communications

 

April 10-14

Senior Project Exhibition II/Photography

 

April 17-21

Senior Project Exhibition III/Visual Communications

 

April 24-28

Senior Project Exhibition IV

 

2005

September 26-October 22 Elaine Ling: Photography Cuba Chronicles

 

Wednesday, October 5 at 3:30 followed by reception 4-6

Walking gallery talk with artist Elaine Ling

 

November 1-30 (closed Nov. 24-26 during Thanksgiving)

Art Directors Club Exhibition: Young Guns 4

 

Presentations from professional designers/illustrators: November 3 at 3pm in AS102

Plankton Art Co.: V. Allen Crawford III & Susan O’Brien

(Bas/RSC ’90 & “89 respectively)

 

November 22 at 3pm in AS102

Robert Reed

One Trick Pony, formally of Chopping Block, Inc.

 

December 5-8

Senior Project Exhibition I

Reception, Dec. 5, 5-7pm

 

December 12-15

Senior Project Exhibition II

Reception, Dec. 13, 5-7pm

 

2006

January 17-February 17 Chakaia Booker Sculpture

 

Tuesday, February 7

Chakaia Booker: Slide lecture at 3 in AS102 followed by reception, 4-6 in gallery

 

February 27-March 28 (closed March 12-18/spring break)

Faculty Exhibition featuring: David Ahlsted, Alfonso Corpus, Michael McGarvey, Hannah Ueno, Wendel White.

 

Tuesday, February 28, 4-6

Reception to meet the artists

 

At Long Beach Island Foundation of the Arts and Sciences:

October 29- December 9

Richard Stockton College of New Jersey Faculty Exhibition

featuring David Ahlsted, Marilyn Brent, Alfonso Corpus,

Allan Fernetti, Stephen Halko, John Harford, Frank Kallop, Michael McGarvey,

Joseph Podlesnik, Jill Sluka, Howard Smagula, Annemari Tarsitano, Hannah Ueno, Wendel White.

 

Meet the Artist reception: Friday, October 28, 5:30-7:30pm

 

At the Atlantic City Art Center on Garden Pier at NJ Ave. and the Boardwalk:

April 1-30

Senior Project Exhibition: Fine Art

Reception, Sunday, April 2, 1-3pm

 

In the Stockton College Art Gallery:

April 3-7

Senior Project Exhibition I: Visual Communications

Reception, Tuesday, April 4, 5-7pm

 

April 10-14

Senior Project Exhibition II: Visual Communications

Reception, Tuesday, April 11, 5-7pm

 

April 24-28

Senior Project Exhibition III: Visual Communications

Reception, Tuesday, April 25, 5-7pm

 

September 18 – October 14

Pictures from the New World: An African American Village in Israel Photography by Wendel A. White

The photographs from this project were made in the “Village of Peace” community in Dimona, Israel. The community was established nearly 40 years ago by the African Hebrew Israelites.  Originally a group of black Americans, mostly from the Chicago area, they left the U.S. in the late 1960s, lived in Liberia and finally settled in Israel’s Negev desert.

 

Thursday, September 28, 3-5pm in the Townsend Residential Life Center

Panel discussion in conjunction with Pictures from the New World: RSC Profs. Joseph Rubenstein, Aaron Krauss, Wendel A. White and Prof. William E. Williams of Haverford College

Followed by a reception in the art gallery from 5-6pm

 

October 21 – November 17

Air, Light, and the Visible Void The paintings of Kyle Stevenson Tuesday, October 24, 3:30-4

Walking gallery talk with the artist followed by a

Meet the Artist reception from 4-6pm

 

November 27 – 30

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition I

Tuesday, November 28, 5-7pm Artist reception

 

December 4 - 7

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition II

Tuesday, December 5, 5-7pm Artist reception

 

December 11 -15

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition III

Tuesday, December 12, 5-7pm Artist reception

 

2007

January 16 – February 9

 

Contemporary Printmakers

featuring work by nationally known printmakers: Jeff Burden, Jim Butler, Wendy Calman, Alfonso Corpus, Marvin Lowe, and Rudy Pozzatti

 

Tuesday, January 23 at 3pm in AS102

Hollywood, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, and Himalayan Art Guest lecturer: Katherine Anne Paul

Assistant Curator of Indian and Himalayan Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art Followed by a reception in the art gallery from 4-6

This talk will examine the history of collection Himalayan art-with particular emphasis on collections in New Jersey, Philadelphia, and New York. The talk will explore how the art and culture of the Himalayans has been, and continues to be, interpreted and exhibited from the 1940s to the present day and how popular perceptions of the Himalayas are filtered through Hollywood and His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

 

February 15 – March 31

Society of Illustrators’ The Original Art Traveling Exhibition Celebrating the Fine Art of Children’s Book Illustration

An annual juried exhibition sponsored by the Society of Illustrators featuring 50 books with their 50 original illustrations.

March 27 at 3pm in AS102

Slide presentation by award-winning illustrator, E.B. Lewis Followed by a reception in the art gallery from 4-6

 

In the Atlantic City Art Center

April 1-26

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition Fine Arts: Painting, Photography, Printmaking Sunday, April 1, 1-3

Artist reception

 

In the Stockton Art Gallery:

April 9 – 19

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition I Visual Communication

Tuesday, April 10, 5-7 Artist reception

 

April 23 – May 2

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition II Visual Communication

Tuesday, April 24, 5-7 Artist reception

 

2007

September 17-October 11

Jedediah Morfit: Sculpture 2003-2006

Figurative work in cast iron, encaustic, and mixed media

 

Wednesday, September 19 at 2pm

Jedediah Morfit will give a walking tour of his work

 

October 16-November 16 John Hobbie: Theatre Design From Paper to Performance

 

Wednesday, October 17, 10am in the Townsend Residential Life Center (TRLC)

Panel Discussion: Theatre Design & Collaboration and the Director/Designer Dialogue

with Professors John Hobbie, Pamela Hendrick, Mark Mallett, Michael McGarvey and Kate Ogden, moderator.

 

Thursday, November 8 at 3pm in AS102 Lecture Hall (Arts and Sciences Bldg)

Guest Lecturer:

Jane Golden: Philadelphia Murals and the Stories They Tell

Jane Golden, Executive Director of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program (MAP), the largest of its kind in the US, will give an overview of the twenty-year public art program which transforms their communities through the creation of public art as well as provide quality art education programming to the city’s youth. MAP has produced over 2,700 murals throughout the city---more than any other city in the world, educates more than 3,000 youth annually, and is one of the top employers in the arts community with over 300 artists.

 

November 26-30

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition I

Wednesday, Nov. 28, 5-7pm Reception to meet the artists

 

December 3-7

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition II

Wednesday, Dec. 5, 5-7pm Reception to meet the artists

 

2008

January 22-February 15

Still Life-A Tradition: Pastels and Paintings featuring the work of New Jersey artists Deborah Nieto Leber & Alexander Mambach

 

Thursday, January 31, 2pm, reception 3-4pm

Painting demonstration by Alexander Mambach with reception

 

February 25-March 28 (closed March 15-22 during spring break)

Thinking on Paper*

featuring work by sculptors Eamon Brown, Robin Mandel, and Andy Ness. Curated by Jedediah Morfit

A drawing show with sculpture, this exhibition provides a glimpse into these sculptors’ preliminary work.

 

Monday, February 25 at 2pm

Artist Dialogue. Assist. Prof. of Art, Jedediah Morfit, will discuss with Andy Ness the process of bringing an idea to fruition.

 

Tuesday, April 22, 3-4:30 in TRLC

Symposium: "George Washington Nicholson & Art in New Jersey"

featuring Prof. Renata Holod, (U of Penn), Orientalism in the Orient Or, Why the Frock Coat on a Sultan?; Prof. Kate Nearpass Ogden, (RSC), Rediscovering George Washington Nicholson; Mr. Roy Pedersen, Pedersen Gallery, Lambertville, Nicholson and Early Modernism in New Jersey.

Symposium held in conjunction with an exhibition at The Noyes Museum, "George Washington Nicholson," featuring paintings by the late 19th century South Jersey painter. (April 22-Nov. 9) Additional support from the Noyes Museum. Catalogue made possible by a grant from the NJ Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

 

At the Atlantic City Art Center (Garden Pier/on the Boardwalk at NJ Ave.):

April 6-30

 

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition: Fine Arts

Sunday, April 13, 1-3 Reception to meet the artists

 

At the Stockton College Art Gallery:

April 7-11

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition I: Visual Communication

Monday, April 7, 5-7pm Reception to meet the artists

 

April 14-18

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition II: Visual Communication

Wednesday, April 16, 5-7pm Reception to meet the artists

 

April 21-25

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition III: Visual Communication

Wednesday, April 23, 5-7pm Reception to meet the artists

 

2008

September 15 – October 9

Stephen Halko: Recent Paintings

 

Tuesday, September 23 at 2:30pm in AS102

Slide Lecture by the artist Stephen Halko

followed by a Meet the Artist Reception in the art gallery

 

Wednesday, September 24 at 12:30pm

Brown Bag Gallery Tour with the artist Stephen Halko

 

October 15 – 23

Stockton Art Club: In the Works Wednesday, October 15, 5-7pm Meet the Artist Reception

 

November 1 – 24

Marilyn Brent: Recent Work

Paintings

 

Thursday, November 6 at 2:30pm in AS102

Slide Lecture by the artist Marilyn Brent

followed by a Meet the Artist Reception in the art gallery

 

Wednesday, November 12 at 12:30pm

Brown Bag Gallery Tour with Marilyn Brent

 

December 3-5

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition I

Wednesday, December 3, 5-7pm Meet the Artist Reception

 

December 8-10

Studies in the Arts: Senior Project Exhibition II

Monday, December 8, 5-7pm Meet the Artist Reception

 

2009

January 20 – February 19

Sarah Petruziello: Graphite Drawings on Paper

 

Thursday, January 29

12:30pm - Brown Bag Gallery Tour with the artist Sarah Petruziello

2:30pm – Petruziello Slide Lecture in AS102

followed by a Meet the Artist Reception in the art gallery

 

February 25 – April 1 (closed 3/14-22 during spring break)

Greetings from Atlantic City Paintings by Margaret McCann

 

Tuesday, March 3 at 2:30pm in AS102

Slide Lecture by the artist Margaret McCann

 

Wednesday, March 11 at 12:30pm

Brown Bag Gallery Tour with the artist Margaret McCann

 

At the Atlantic City Art Center at Garden Pier on the Boardwalk at NJ Ave.:

April 1 – 30

Studies in the Arts: Fine Art Senior Project Exhibition

Sunday, April 5, 1-3 (fundraiser with AC Art Center and Newspapers and Education/Press of Atlantic City) Meet the Artist Reception

 

April 14 - 17

Studies in the Arts: Visual Communications/ Senior Project Exhibition I

Wednesday, April 15, 5-7pm Meet the Artist Reception

 

April 20 - 23

Studies in the Arts: Visual Communications/ Senior Project Exhibition II

Monday, April 20, 5-7pm Meet the Artist Reception

 

April 27 - 30

Studies in the Arts: Visual Communications/ Senior Project Exhibition III

Monday, April 27, 5-7pm Meet the Artist Reception

 

 

All events are sponsored by the Visual Arts Faculty, School of Arts and Humanities, The Richard Stockton College of NJ. All brown bag performances are organized and sponsored by the Music Committee.

 

With gratitude additional funding was received by various organizations:

*funded in part through the NJ State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts through the Local Arts Grant administered by the Atlantic County Office of Cultural Affairs.

 

**made possible with a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency

 

***Holocaust Resource Center, a joint project of The Richard Stockton College and the Federation of Jewish Agencies of Atlantic and Cape May Counties and funded in part through the NJ State Council on

 

the Arts/Department of State, a partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts through the Local Arts Grant administered by the Atlantic County Office of Cultural Affairs.

 

+Made possible from a generous grant from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority to purchase “here is NY: a democracy of photographs” a collection of 100 photographs taken during September 11, 2001 destruction of the World Trade Center. Addition support was made by MotoPhoto, Absecon, NJ; and Kinko’s Copies, Northfield, NJ.

 

++Co-sponsored with the Noyes Museum. Additional funding provided by Transcultural New Jersey: An Arts and Education Initiative developed by Rutgers University’s Office for Intercultural Initiatives and the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum in partnership with New Jersey Network (NJN) Public Television, and the Office of Academic Affairs (RSC)

1990

January 23-February 16

African Sculptures and Artifacts from Public and Private Collections

 

February 27-March 16

Sculptures by Livio Saganic

 

April 2-5

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

April 10-May 4

Prints and Handmade Paper Works by Alfonso Corpus

 

October 16-November 2

Photographs by Wendel White*

 

November 12-15

 

The Art Club: Juried Student Exhibition

 

November 27-December 14

Gerald Hayes Paintings: A Survey 1985-1990

 

1991

January 29-February 15

Countdown to Eternity: Photographs of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. by Benedict J. Fernandez

 

February 26-March 15

Works on Paper: Selections from the Johnson & Johnson Corporation Collection

 

March 25-28

Graduating Seniors Exhibitions I

 

April 8-11

Graduating Seniors Exhibition II

 

 

April 16-May 3

Joseph Chirchirillo: Sculpture *

 

April 16

Joseph Chirchirillo: Gallery Talk*

 

September 11-27

Jaimie Watson/Sculpture Installation

 

September 17

Jaimie Watson: Gallery Talk

 

October 7-22

Art Directors Club: 70th Annual Exhibition*

 

November 11-15

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

November 25-December 19

Judy Dater: Photography*

 

1992

January 27-February 14

Recent Works: Stockton State College Visual Arts Faculty

 

February 24-March 13

Gordon Parks: A Selected Retrospective*

 

March 30-April 3

Graduating Seniors Exhibition I

 

April 6-10

Graduating Seniors Exhibition II

 

April 20-May 6

 

Barbara Neibart: Paintings

 

April 20

Barbara Neibart: Gallery Talk

 

June 29-July 21

Governor’s Awards…Pride of New Jersey Exhibition

 

September 10

Ukiyo-e Japanese Block Prints Exhibition

 

September 21-October 21

La Mano Magica: Oaxaca Printmakers*

 

November 2-6

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

November 16-December 16

The New Jersey Project: A Celebration of Women Artists from New Jersey Colleges*

 

1993

January 25-February 10

Dawoud Bey: Photographs

 

February 16-March 10

Michael Graves: Drawings

 

March 22-26

Graduating Seniors Exhibition I

 

March 29-April 2

Graduating Seniors Exhibition II

 

April 12-May 5

Richard D. Hricko: Prints*

 

September 20-November 4

Marilyn Keating: Sculpture*

 

November 15-19

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

November 29-December 17

Art & Advertising: Still Life Photographs from 1920-1940

 

1994

January 24-March 4

Arts of Central Africa: From the Collection of Leonard Kahan*

Catalogue published

 

March 28-April 1

Graduating Seniors Exhibition I

 

April 4-8

Graduating Seniors II

 

April 18-May 6

American Landscapes: Paintings by Lucy Barber & Babette Martino*

 

September 19-October 7

Sculpture & Photography work by Randall Cleaver & Sarah Puckitt

 

September 20

Randall Cleaver Gallery Talk

 

October 17-30

Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition*

 

October 18

Brad Holland slide lecture*

Illustrator, NYC

 

November 14-18

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

November 28-December 16

Painting & Collage work by Keith Ragone & Allan Hill*

 

November 29

Keith Ragone & Allan Hill Gallery Talk*

 

1995

January 23-February 10

Four Printmakers: Leo Acosta, Al Corpus, Eileen Foti & Daniel Stolpe*

 

January 24

Eileen Foti: slide lecture*

 

February 20-March 9

Print Portfolio: Print and the Photographic Image**

 

February 21

Mini Symposium for Print Portfolio**

with curator, Susan Sollins, guest artists Laurie Simmons and Tim Rollins

 

March 27-31

Graduating Seniors Exhibition I

 

April 3-7

Graduating Seniors Exhibition II

 

April 17-May 1

Niles Lewandowski: Paintings

 

April 18

Niles Lewandowski Gallery Talk

 

September 12-October 1

 

Jennifer Sloan & John Flynn: Photography and Painting Sloan’s “Self –Portraits and Flynn’s “TV Series”

 

September 19

Jennifer Sloan & John Flynn Gallery Talk

 

October 10-29

Auschwitz Memorial: Photography by Mark Olsen***

Catalogue published

 

October 17

Mark Olsen Gallery Talk***

 

October 26

Dr. Yehuda Bauer and Mark Olsen Gallery Talk***

 

 

November 7-29

With the Media/Against the Media**

featuring Terry Braunstein, Jack Butler, Robert Heinecken, Joyce Neimanas

curated by Marta Gili. Organized and circulated by Curatorial Assistance, Los Angeles

 

November 7

Media Forum **

in conjunction with With the Media/Against the Media Exhibition

Sponsors:  ARTV, SOBL, GENS, PHIL, COMM

  • Guerilla Girls: Politics and Gender in the Arts (TRLC)
  • Ellen Handy, Curator: International Center of Photography, NYC slide lecture (art gallery)
  • Discussion, “Art and the Media: Edward Herman with Stockton faculty: Paul Lyons, Kate Ogden, Carol Vernallis, moderated by Joseph (art gallery)
  • Lecture by Edward Herman, “Critical Perspective on the Media” ( PAC)

 

December 3-10

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

1996

January 23-Februrary 23

Eve Mansdorf: Paintings/Realism*

 

February 15

Barbara Bullock: slide presentation for Shaped Paintings Exhibition*

 

March 1-26

Barbara Bullock: Shaped Paintings*

 

March 31-April 10

Graduating Seniors I

 

April 14-22

Graduating Seniors II

 

April 28-May 6

Graduating Seniors III

 

September 9-25

 

Paintings by Joseph Podlesnik

 

October 10-31

Urban Landscapes: Paintings by Marilyn Ashbrook

 

November 7-22

Modern/Postmodern

Student Alumni/ae Exhibition

Juried by Tom Moran, Visual Arts Coordinator form the NJ State Council on the Arts

 

November 12

Modern/Postmodern lecture by Prof. Kate Ogden

 

December 8-15

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

1997

January 21-February 12

American Dreams: Photography by Sybil Miller

 

February 20-March 13

Paintings by Joan Wadleigh Curran

 

April 8

Guest Lecturer/Richard Bolton

 

April 13-22

Graduating Seniors/Photography

 

April 27-May 6

Graduating Seniors/Graphic Design

 

September 9-28

Gary Caal: Recent Paintings

 

October 3-24

Buildings and Landscapes Exhibition*

featuring work of David Becker, Thomas Hart Benton, Hans Burgkmaier, Robert Cottingham, John Steuart Curry, E. Hubert Deines, Lloyd Foltz, Don Freeman, Mary Huntoon, Dong Kingman, Käthe Kollwitz, Claes Oldenburg, Thomas Paquette, Gordon Parks, Birger Sandzen, Robert Sudlow, Margeret Whittemore, Grant Wood, and Amy Worhten.

Buildings and Landscapes is toured by ExhibitsUSA, A National Division of Mid-American Arts Alliance.

 

October 7

April Gornik slide lecture of her work (Landscape painter, NYC)

 

November 3-26

Paintings by Vincent Smith

 

December 7-11

Senior Project Exhibition I

 

December 14-18

Senior Project Exhibition II

 

1998

January 2-February 8

Visual Arts Program Faculty Exhibition

featuring David Ahlsted, Gary Caal, Alfonso Corpus, Joseph Hartle, Michael McGarvey, Mark Olsen, Ilona Sochynsky, Hannah Ueno, Wendel A. White

Catalogue published

 

February 12-March 3

Photography by Cy Lehrer

 

February 17

Tom Bentkowski of LIFE magazine, “The Impact of Images” slide lecture

 

March 5-April 1

Alternative Prints: The Computer as an Artist’s Tool

featuring David Adamson, Cima Katz, David Keister, Dorothy Drause, Patricia Search, J. Michael Walker, Marilyn Whitesell, and Mark Zaffron

 

Tuesday, March 10 at 3pm

Adobe Seminar on their latest software (like In Design)

 

April 5-10

Senior Project Exhibition I/Painting

 

April 17-23

Senior Project Exhibition II/Photography

 

April 26-May 1

Senior Project Exhibition III/Graphic Design

 

1999

September 13-30

Paintings by Marilyn Brent

 

October 5-28

Sculpture by Michael Allen Malpass (1946-1991) An Overview

 

October 10

Robert Storr lecture (Curator, Museum of Modern Art, NYC)

 

November 2-18

Paintings/Drawings by Nancy Depew (figurative)

 

November 3

Nancy Depew Gallery Talk

 

November 22-December 2

Senior Project Exhibition I

 

December 6-13

Senior Project Exhibition II

 

January 24-February 8

Paintings by Tim Kennedy

 

February 14-March 2

Local Artists Group Exhibition

featuring Barbara Fiedler (pine needle sculpture), Cheryl Knowles (painting), Clifford Maddox (painting), Daniel Moses (furniture), Patricia Moses (painting), Damita Jo Nicholson (jewelry), Stephen Schneiderman (photography)

 

February 14

Local Artists: Meet the Artists reception with

Poetry by Elinor Grace Mattern and Music by Tullio’s Jazz Group

 

March 8-31

Connections: Robert Cornelius Photography

 

March 9

Robert Cornelius Gallery Talk

 

March 23

Naomi Rosenblum slide lecture (author of History of Photography)

 

April 11-15

Senior Project Exhibition I

 

April 18-22

Senior Project Exhibition II

 

April 25-29

Senior Project Exhibition III

 

September 7-29

David Ahlsted: Recent Work/Paintings of the Jersey Shore

 

October 4-24

Belonging to Memory Photographs by Mark Goodman

 

October 7

Mark Goodman slide lecture/book signing

 

November 1-21

Sculpture by Allan Fernetti and Paula E. Smithson

 

November 2

Allan Fernetti and Paula E. Smithson Gallery Talk

 

November 29-December 3

Senior Project Exhibition I/Photography and Graphic Design

 

December 6-10

Senior Project Exhibition II/Painting

 

December 13-17

Senior Project Exhibition III/Graphic Design

1980

September 2-19

Meryl Levy: Gitzing and Glitzing

 

September 22-October 3

Stephen Talasnik: Drawings & Burial Artifacts

 

October 6-17

Stockton Visual Arts Faculty: An introduction to new faculty. Al Corpus-Lithography; Aida Laleian- Photographs; Carolyn Metcalf-Painting

 

October 20-31

Don Miller: An Artist Views the Black Experience

 

November 3-14

Burlington County College: Photography Faculty

 

November 17-28

Stockton Student Art Competition

 

December 1-19

Graduating Senior Shows

 

1981

January 22-February 12

Suites, Set, Series: Recent Printmaking in a Thematic Vein

(Collection from New York Galleries)

 

February 16-27

  • Drawing at Stockton: An Invitational Exhibition featuring Indiana University, Mason Gross School of Art (Rutgers), Pratt Institute, and Tyler School of Art (Temple).

 

March 2-20

David Ahlsted: Recent Pastels

 

April 3-23

Gerald DiGiusto: Recent Drawings and Sculpture

 

April 28-May 15

Graduating Senior Exhibitions

 

 

1987

September 15-October 2

Stockton State College: Selected Student Work

 

October 13-November 6

Sculptures and Drawings by Jonathan Shahn

 

November 17-December 4

 

Outsider Art: Works by Untutored Artists

 

December 8- 11

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

1988

February 2- 26

Paintings by Richard Watson and Walter Edmonds; Sculpture by Earl Wilkie

 

March 8- 25

Southern New Jersey Artists: A Juried Exhibition

 

April 5- 22

Country and City: Paintings by New Jersey Artists

 

April 26- 29

Graduating Seniors Exhibitions

 

May 2- 4

Graduating Seniors Exhibition

 

1989

September 12- 29

Michael McGarvey: Paintings and Illustrations

 

October 10-27

Faculty of the University of Indiana Printmaking Program: Rudy Pozzatti, Marvin Lowe and Wendy Calman

 

October 31-November 22

Photographs by Marc Asnin

 

November 27-30

Anthropological Photography: Joseph Rubenstein

 

December 12-20

Graduating Seniors Exhibition