Jan 20 2015 - Apr 01 2015
Dirt, a substance so common that it is known to all regardless of location. It may be dust, soil, earth, clay, loam, grime, silt, filth or mud. It is a substance reviled by some as a marker of poor hygiene, or cherished by others who grow plants. Dirt is waste, excrement, rubbish, bacteria, it is also a humble foundation for mighty buildings. In the home or laboratory a constant battle with dirt is waged. This exhibition will expand the dialogue on dirt. This open call is for artists whose work uses dirt or dust as the medium, or refers to dirt in any manner.
This group exhibition will be accompanied by an exhibition catalog.
Jan 20 2015 - Jul 30 2015
This juried exhibition is a collaboration between the Healing Arts Program of Atlantic Health System and Paul Robeson Galleries of Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey – Newark Campus. Artists may submit works on paper in any two-dimensional format, including but not limited to painting in acrylic or watercolor, collage, photography, etc. To celebrate their shared vision for art and its engagement with the community, Healing Arts and Paul Robeson Galleries invite artists from the community and around the world to share their vision of the restorative effects of art. Many artists have experienced art-making as a healing tool to help them navigate through life’s physical and emotional difficulties and to improve their spirit and well-being. When submitting, artists are encouraged to consider the healing properties and benefits of art as related to their work. The exhibition will begin January 2015 and run through July 2015 at the Paul Robeson Galleries’ Orbit I Gallery, Second Floor, Robeson Campus Center, 350 Martin Luther King Blvd, Newark, NJ.
Submissions are due on September 24, 2014. Please download the full prospectus here and follow the instructions carefully; this exhibition will be juried by Atlantic Health System.
Oct 30 2014 - Dec 24 2014
An exhibition of pictures showcasing the transformative experience of Rutgers University-Newark students on their quest to create global impact in India.
Presented in partnership with the International Service Learning and Leadership Exchange and the Paul Robeson Campus Center’s Office of Service Learning and Student Development.