This exhibition explores the way in which contemporary printmaking and artists' books incorporate new technology with the traditional forms of printmaking, such as etching, relief, lithography, and papermaking. This unique selection features the work of 32 artists, hailing from 21 states.
Trained as a printmaker and book artist, Murken experiments with repeated forms and color to create site-specific installations of her hand-made objects, books, and drawings.
This exhibition examines the work of contemporary Chinese women artists. The artists in the exhibition probe psychological and spiritual life to reflect on their personal identities and the relationship between the individual and society.
Through dynamic brushwork, the artists in this exhibition give visual form to the performers, instruments, and music of Chinese Opera.
Co-organized by the Student Art Association and the William Paterson Art Department, this exhibition features student work juried by WP Professors of Art: Lauren Razzore, Michael Rees, and He Zhang.
This exhibition is drawn from the Special Collection of the Newark Public Library and showcases politically oriented graphics from the eighteenth century to the present-day. This exhibition is organized in conjunction with the 100th Anniversary of 1913 Paterson Silk Strike, a pivotal event in American Labor History.
This juried exhibition showcases the work of alumni artists, and is scheduled to coincide with the University’s Homecoming Weekend 2013, which will take place from September 27 to 29.
This exhibition provides an introduction to the diverse artistic practices of the faculty of William Paterson University's Art Department.
Sculptures created during the Spring 2013 WPU Artist in Residency program that explore the relationship between digital information, physical objects, and visual perception. The exhibition catalogue is made possible with a grant from the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation.
Coinciding with exhibitions at the Newark Museum and the Naliya Alexander Gallery in NYC, this exhibition will present gelatin silver prints from the renown New Jersey photographer’s "Paterson" series, as well as a selection of platinum/palladium prints.
Newark-based artist Dahlia Elsayed presents a new series of paintings that utilize both language and image. Elsayed synthesizes an internal and external experience of place, connecting the topographical with the psychological.
A showcase of nineteenth century paintings donated by Jeanne and S. Paul Boochever. This exhibition includes rarely displayed works by artists such as Willard Leroy Metcalf and Edwin Lord Weeks.
Guest curated by MA candidate Kelly Claudette Ruffel
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