Mosaics -Student Exhibit

Mosaics March 4 – 27, 2020 Open House: March 17, 10-3 Amanda Herzig ’22 Text by Elisabetta Mannello ‘22, Gallery Exhibition Research Assistant The pieces featured in this collection come from Professor Jill Allen and Professor Patrick Coughlin’s Mosaics I classes.  Mosaics I is a class that studies “tesserae”.  Tesserae are the small pieces of […]

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“Persistence,” Sculpture by Mana Hewitt

2020: Focus on Women Series March 3, 2020   5-6pm: 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage A lecture in the Cardinal Foley Campus Center with Mana Hewitt, Arist & Senior Instructor at the University of South Carolina& Katherine Sibley, Ph.D., Professor & American Studies Director at Saint Joseph’s University 6-7pm: Reception in Merion Hall Gallery Persistence […]

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A Visual Story – Student Digital Photography

Student Digital Photo Exhibition Devon D’Andrea, Gallery Exhibition Research Assistant Lucas Pelli This exhibit displays student work from three different photography courses: Digital Photo I, Constructed Digital Image, and Commercial Photography. These works are created by art majors and minors, as well as by students who major in disciplines other than art. Representing all skill […]

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Analogue and Alternative Process Photography

December 16 – January 24, 2020 Coffee Hour: January 14, 8-9am This exhibit features film-based black and white photography and alternative processes photography.  Artists featured in this exhibition were students in either Darkroom Photography I or Alternative Processes Photography I.  The show is a juxtaposition of historic printing methods and experimentation with more contemporary “non-silver” […]

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“Facialogue: Dialogue with Faces” Oluwatobi Adewumi

FACIALOGUE: DIALOGUE WITH THE FACES tells the story of our future as Africans by revisiting the past to explore the ancient traditions, cultural values, and styles. Adewumi’s charcoal portraits depict tribal/lineage marks, style, scarification/face painting and genealogy. Through conversations with the new generation, the artist has created a story that identifies the similarities of cultural […]

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Mark Making – Student Work Painting & Drawing

Mark Making By Christine Torrey, ‘20, Gallery Exhibition Research Assistant Christine Torrey ’20 This exhibition features the work of advanced painting and drawing students. In these courses, students explore their mediums by utilizing formal and conceptual elements of drawing and painting. Students use each medium to discover new possibilities and to represent their own personal […]

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Robert Engman “Structural Sculpture”

November 4 – December 6, 2019 Gallery Opening & Panel Discussion: Nov 7, 5-7pm 5-6pm: Robert Engman: Art, Physics and Mathematics A panel discussion in the Cardinal Foley Campus Center with Stephen Loughin, Professor, Physics Department, Saint Joseph’s University William Perthes, Bernard C. Watson Director of Adult Education The Barnes Foundation Kristopher Tapp, Professor and […]

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If Walls Could Speak – Ada Luisa Trillo

October 17, 5-7pm Stories Beyond Borders Film Screening and Panel Discussion Cardinal Foley Campus Center On October 17th, ​Saint Joseph’s University Galleries and Art Department​ will host ​Stories Beyond Borders​. The program features five short films that show a more complete picture of the attacks on immigrant families and communities. Beyond building empathy, these films […]

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Form: Student Sculpture Exhibit

October 1 – 25, 2019 Coffee Hour: Tuesday, October 1, 8-9am Boland Hall Gallery Form Form displays works by a collective of students from different classes, at different levels, working in different media. Some of the student artists worked with Professor Jill Allen, in her multiple sculpture classes, others worked with Professor Steve Rossi in […]

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Photography Alumni Exhibit

Photography Alumni Exhibit August 19 – September 23, 2019 Reception: Friday, September 13, 5-6pm Madeline Kim Students of Susan Fenton’s traditional photography courses over the past twenty years present old and new photographs in honor of their adored professor.  Over 70 pieces fill the walls of the home where once novice students took a leap […]

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