Kean University Galleries has a rich and diverse exhibition program. As an educational resource we regularly feature the work of faculty and students in the James Howe Gallery and the Nancy Dryfoos Gallery. Many students get their first opportunity to show their work in the Student Gallery. Other exhibitions integrate the visual arts with various academic programs throughout the university. Shows in the Karl and Helen Burger Gallery highlight cultural issues and often are interdisciplinary in nature. The Human Rights Institute Gallery highlights issues related to human rights violations and victories around the world. At Kean University, we believe that art can be an effective vehicle for social change and in building awareness of critical world issues.
The Human Rights Institute Gallery at Kean University is accepting proposals for exhibitions that address issues specifically related to human rights violations and victories around the world. The 2000 square foot space includes facilities for projections and modest installations. For thematic group shows or solo shows, please forward a short proposal with four images. If considered appropriate, you will be contacted for additional materials. An honorarium and expenses will be provided.