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Two of Rose Gonnella's drawings are pictured at left, in Sara Roby Gallery traveling exhibition. It was in Nantucket.

Kean Associate Dean’s Drawings Included in Smithsonian Collection

Associate Dean Rose Gonnella’s work reaches beyond administration, research and teaching in the Michael Graves College; she’s also an artist whose drawings are included in a Smithsonian collection.
Kelli O'Hara leans over to share microphone with students to showcase their talents.

An Anniversary Year for the Arts at Kean University

Kean University’s arts programming is celebrating two milestones this year as Kean Stage enters its 10th anniversary season and Premiere Stages marks its 15th anniversary.

Kean Day Connects Students with 170 Groups

VIDEO: Students who get involved on Kean University's campus build stronger networks and have a more enjoyable university experience. From academic clubs to service organizations and Greek life, there are plenty of ways for Kean students to get involved.
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A cermanic sculpture from the Iridescence: Sculptures exhibition at Kean University

Luminous Ceramics on Display at Kean University Gallery

An exhibit, Iridescence: Sculptures from the Ira Winarsky Collection is on display at the Dryfoos Gallery at Kean University, located in the main library on the Union campus, through September 30.
A sculpture from Tragedy & Tribute: Art Illuminates Ireland’s Great Hunger

Art Depicting Ireland’s Great Famine on Display at Kean University

Ireland’s Great Famine (1845-1849), in which an estimated 1 million people in Ireland died of hunger and another 1 million emigrated from the country, is the subject of an exhibition at the Human Rights Institute Gallery at Kean University. 
Duda Penteado's Beauty for Ashes

Artist Duda Penteado Featured in Solo Exhibition at Kean

The Karl and Helen Burger Gallery at Kean University is hosting a solo exhibition of 30 artworks by Brazilian-American artist and cultural activist Duda Penteado, now through December 12.
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Hand written tags and labels adorned the fine of ancient Madeira wine

Centuries-Old Madeira Wine on Display at Liberty Hall Museum

The stash of 221-year-old Madeira wine discovered a few years ago at Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University is now the subject of a Liberty Hall exhibition, History in a Bottle. WATCH: media reports on the exhibition from CBS New York and News 12.
Industrial Design grad Emma Mantell, 2019 grad, received the most prestigious student award of the Industrial Design Society of America

Kean Industrial Design Grad Wins Top National Award

Recent Kean industrial design graduate Emma Mantell ’19 is one of five regional winners of the Industrial Design Society of America (IDSA) Student Merit Award, the highest national student award of the professional organization.

Kean's Commencement Singers and Signers Prepare for the Big Stage

Kean students audition to sing and perform sign language interpretation of the national anthem at the undergraduate and graduate commencement ceremonies every year. Kean News met up with this year's performers last week as they were preparing for the ceremonies.
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Kean Ocean Drummer Snares Success With Viral Videos

For Kean Ocean graduating senior Julianna Mascia, drumming has gone from a cure for high school distraction to the launchpad for an international career. See how this public relations student used social media to earn sponsorships, land touring gigs and build connections with artists like the Jonas Brothers.