Liberty Hall Academic Center & Exhibition Hall
Voting Moments of Change
September 21, 2020-December 2, 2020
Voting, Moments of Change explores the merits of, and barriers to, the bedrock of American democracy. Offering a brief history of how voting rights were given, lost, fought for, established, and reestablished, this exhibit reminds the viewer that everyone’s voice matters and that they have a responsibility to make theirs count.
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Liberty Hall Academic Center & Exhibition Hall is home to Kean University Special Collections Research Library, Kean University History Department and Liberty Hall Gallery. Engaging performances, carefully curated exhibitions, elegant private receptions and community events are held alongside traditional lectures and seminars in more its more than 6,000 square feet of state-of-the-art space featuring stunning views of the Liberty Hall estate.
Liberty Hall Academic Center & Exhibition Hall is located at is 1003 Morris Avenue #2, Union New Jersey 07083. It is easily accessible by the NJ Turnpike (Exit 13A), the Garden State Parkway (North: Exit 140, South Exit 141), Interstate Route 78 (GSP Exit), and Route 22 (Highway 82 East-Elizabeth).
By Public Transportation
The Kean University trolley is accessible to visitors. No tickets or passes are required. For further information about fares and schedules including real time updates visit www.njtransit.com.
NJ Transit provides service to the Liberty Hall Academic Center & Exhibition Hall by bus and train. Train service arrives via the Raritan Valley Line (schedule here) and the Northeast Corridor line (schedule here).
NJ Transit provides bus service to Liberty Hall Academic Center & Exhibition Hall via the #52 (schedule here), #26 (schedule here), and #113 (schedule here) lines.