Photographers Valeriy Kaliyev, Elyor Nematov, and Kurbanjan Samat explore the people, culture and geography of Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and the Chinese Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, respectively. Featuring photography and video, this exhibition is curated by WP Professor He Zhang, who was a recent Fulbright Scholar of this region.
Through photography and installation art, artists Nona Faustine and Joiri Minaya reclaim the representation of the female body as a political act. The exhibition is co-curated by Gallery Director Kristen Evangelista and WP Professor of Philosophy Stephanie Rivera Berruz.
Curated by Professor Maggie M. Williams and students in the Arts of Africa course, this exhibition presents selections of African art from the Joan and Gordon Tobias Collection.
This exhibition will feature posters by Professor Wu FeiFei, a graphic designer, International Red Dot Award winner, and Programme Group Leader of the Art and Design School, Shanghai Institute of Technology, China. The School of Art and Design at SIT, is recognized by the government, and is one of the oldest and most well respected programs in the country, fostered with a rich history of leadership in the development and education of design students across disciplines.
Juried by the William Paterson Art Department faculty, this exhibition showcases student artwork in diverse media.
This exhibition highlights innovative artwork in varied media by the faculty of William Paterson University’s Art Department.
Curated by WP Professor George Robb, this exhibition showcases 26 propaganda posters to coincide with the United States World War I Centennial.
Created by artist Monica Haller, the Veterans Book Project (2009 – 2012) consists of 50 books about recent American-led wars that were authored by a veteran, a veteran’s family member, or an Iraqi or Afghan civilian and refugee. Displayed as a reading room, visitors can browse, read, and reflect on first-hand accounts of war.
This exhibition considers the meals we eat including how we find our food, where we get our food, who we consume it with, and what meaning is created through these experiences.
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