An exhibition featuring art created by inmates is now on display at the Karl and Helen Burger Gallery. Cellblock Visions: Prison Art in America, curated by Phyllis Kornfeld, includes 60 works by men and women imprisoned in jails and penitentiaries across six states.
A new exhibition at Kean University’s Nancy Dryfoos Gallery in Union, Diane Pokorski: A Reinvention, is a collection of line drawings inspired by the art and culture of Italy and informed by the artist’s disability.
Professor and researcher in geological studies at the University of Siena in Italy Marco Giamello shared insights on the science of art with Kean University’s Fine Arts Conservatory students.
Talk to Me is a poignant comedy that explores communication, human relationships and what it means to love at all stages of life.
Emily Conklin ’15 began turning her experiences into stories at age 10. In developing her own life’s script, becoming a playwright seemed like an unlikely ending. But that all changed when she, on a whim, signed up for a playwriting class at Kean University.
In Kean University’s continuing efforts to promote human rights awareness to students and the larger Kean community, two Kean galleries are featuring exhibitions that explore refugees and war.
Patterns of Refuge on Exhibit at Kean University
Artist Leslie Nobler combines genocide and colonization on printed fabrics at Kean’s Nancy Dryfoos Gallery in Union
Union, N.J. - Kean University’s Howe Gallery will present Subtle Formations, a group exhibition featuring the work of eight contemporary artists working in a variety of disciplines and media, November 8 – December 18, 2017.