We live in a world mediated by images, goading us toward certain desires and consumer behavior. Understanding art and its construction helps us appreciate and critically evaluate not only art and the pleasures associated with it, but also the society that makes them possible. Discussions of art and exhibition themes provide opportunities to engage individuals on diverse subjects including history, social studies, literature, and language arts.
Many of our education programs can be held either at the Paul Robeson Galleries or offsite at your institution.
Educational Programs offered include:
Visual Vistas – early education, ages 2-5
Looking Lens – elementary education, grades K-6
Art in Society – middle and high school education, grades 7-12
Art Moves – all ages, serving those in community organizations, health care, retirement, or corrections facilities
Exhibition Tours – all ages
All programs are offered free of charge. To make a booking or for more information, please contact Caren King Choi at 973 353 1625 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Nova Gallery features changing displays of works created by participants in our outreach, education and public programs. This gallery is located outside the entrance to the Main Gallery.