Current and Future Exhibits
in a Strange Land – an exhibition on the history of
Italian-language American Imprints
Monday September 8 – Friday October 17th, 2014
Opening Reception – Wednesday, September 10th 5pm to 8pm
Readings by Curator James Periconi & Robert Viscusi - Wednesday,
September 24th, 6 to 7:30pm
“Literature of the Great Migration”
Strangers in a Strange Land will showcase a wide range of
literary works from the collection of James Periconi. These
literary works entertained, educated and inflamed an
Italian-language audience during a critical period in
Italian-American history, most notably, the era encompassing the
two World Wars. Nearly 150 books, pamphlets, handbills,
chromolithographs and photographs will illuminate the history
and culture of Italian-Americans and Italians in America.
A Celluloid Story- New Jersey’s
Monday November 3 – Friday December 12
Opening Reception – Thursday, November 6, 5 – 8pm
Curated by Sara Hart and Romana Schaeffer, this exhibition
celebrates New Jersey’s 350th Anniversary with a look into the
state’s pivotal role in film history at the turn of the 20th
century. The exhibition will focus on the technology, inventors
and laboratories that contributed to New Jersey’s prominence in
film, as well as the movie lots, film studios and celebrities
that made New Jersey synonymous with movies in the early 1900’s.
"Two Graduate Students Receive a $3,000 NJCH Mini-Grant for
Exhibit on the History of Filmmaking"
Getting to Infinity
Monday, January 20th to Friday, March 13th
Opening Reception – Thursday, January 22nd, 5pm to 9pm
This exhibition features artists exploring the concept of
infinity which is abstract and boundless in scope. The
participating artists will be investigating the subject through
various indexes including mathematics, physics and spirituality.
Curated by Jeanne Brasile, Gallery Director.
Annual Undergraduate Fine Arts
Tuesday, April 7 – Friday, May, 2015
Opening Reception – TBD 5pm to 8pm
The annual student show celebrates the artistic accomplishments
of Seton Hall students working a in a variety of media and
subject matter. Organized by Associate Professor Lauren Schiller
and Assistant Professor Christine Krus of the Department of
Communication and the Arts.
Darren Jones – Xenophene
SNEAK PREVIEW: Sunday May 31st , 11am to 4pm
Monday June 1 – Thursday July 16th
Opening Reception – Thursday, June 4th 5pm to 9pm
Darren Jones is a Scottish-born, artist, writer and curator,
based in New York. Jones will draw upon the Seton Hall
University Collections, pairing them with text to create new and
unexpected interpretations on familiar themes.
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