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The Tobacco Project – Art & Social Change Lecture

Gallery Lecture Thursday, September 28, 11am – 12pm. Boland Hall Gallery, Saint Joseph’s University Ryan Coffman, MPH, CHES, CTTS-M, Tobacco Policy and Control Program Manager for the Philadelphia Department of Public Health will come to Saint Joseph’s University to speak to students about “The Tobacco Project” and the Health Department’s initiatives to reduce tobacco addiction […]

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“The Tobacco Project”

A collaboration between Saint Joseph’s University, the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health, Get Healthy Philly. Through our partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, the Art Department at St. Joseph’s University, and Professor Ron Klein’s Appropriated Art course, we are transforming these products […]

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Junior Art Majors

  Participants:  Michaul Williams, Julian Smith, C. Sofia Naab, Hannah Kerkering, Eliana Actor-Engel Michaul Williams – photography Hannah Kerkering – photography Julian Smith – ceramics C. Sofia Naab – mosaics and photography Eliana Actor-Engel – ceramics

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Senior Art Thesis Exhibition

  The senior art majors spent the past four years honing their artistic skills and finding ways to use their art to express their ideas formally to the world.  This exhibition is a culmination of their hard work, soul-searching, and artistic development during their time at Saint Joseph’s University. Jesse Buxton, Krista Jaworski, Katherine Lord […]

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“Identity” Paintings by Art Minor

Emily Hopkins, ’17 Emily Hopkins is a senior at Saint Joseph’s University majoring in Psychology and minoring in Art. With bold and vibrant color, the work of Emily Hopkins is exceptionally personal – a sort of doorway granting viewers permission to experience a sense of peace that Hopkins herself experiences while undergoing the process of […]

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"Holy Family" | Acrylic on Canvas | Dennis McNally, S.J.

Jesuit Spirit in the Arts 40th anniversary exhibition

Celebrating Fine Art and Dedication: SJU Gallery Features “Jesuit Spirit in the Arts” 40th Anniversary Exhibit by Elizabeth Krotulis ’17 PHILADELPHIA (October 17, 2016) — Saint Joseph’s University Gallery will showcase the artwork of a dozen Jesuit priests to celebrate the 40th anniversary of “Jesuit Spirit in the Arts,” from Monday, November 7, 2016 through […]

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2014-2015 Gallery

“Minimal Landscapes” Alex Losett Philadelphia, PA “B-sides” Adam Ledford Philadelphia, PA “Gabion” Lindsay Carone Rhode Island “The Landscape Before Me: Cape Cod” James Abbott Ardmore, PA “Quantum One” Paintings by Sky Kim Jersey City, NJ 2015 Senior Art Majors “Bridging Cleveland” Vaughn Wascovich Commerce, Texas

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2013-2014 Gallery

Melissa Wilkinson Bono, Arkansas   “Boat”  india ink on paper 43 x 59″  2009 Tom Bendtsen Philadelphia, Pennsylvania “Conversation #5” detail   8,000 books   2013 Deborah Zlotsky Delmar, New York “Vumb” powdered graphite on mylar  60″ x 48″ 2011 Matthew Christopher Mt. Gretna, Pennsylvania Jay Walker Philadelphia, PA “Contemporary Art and Social Justice” curated by SJU […]

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2012-2013 Gallery

Laura Watt Philadelphia, Pennsylvania “Mandala Crossed #4”    oil/linen   2009 Meghan Cox Philadelphia, Pennsylvania   “Posey”    Oil on canvas mounted on panel   2012   11 x 14″ Peter Miraglia Philadelphia, Pennsylvania “Celine” Archival Pigment Print  20 x 16″ Rachel Rotenberg Baltimore, Maryland Sukjin Choi Harrisonburg, VA “Recollection Installation”   porcelain, stones, sand, paint   2012 2013 Senior Art […]

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2011-2012 Gallery

Exhibition Inaugural Exhibition of the University Gallery at Merion Hall Ellie Brown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania   Charlee Brodsky Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Veronica Byun Patterson, NJ “Shimmering Sea at Sunset”   white stoneware, silver trim   36h x 56w x 10″d Kip Deeds Newtown, PA 2012 Senior Art Majors Darby Cotter (ceramics), Cara Howell (digital photography), Evan DiPaola (digital photography), […]

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