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Visual Arts Gallery

  • The NJCU Visual Arts Gallery runs shows independently and in cooperation with the Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery.

    Current Exhibition 


    2015 BFA exhibition

    April 6 – May 1
    Opening reception: Monday, April 6, 4:30 – 7:30 p.m. (see photos)

    Featuring: Asem M. Ahmed, Brittani Bounds, Julisa Mugica, Andrea Reyes, DakotaSantiago, Deborah Sperry. Megan Spuma, Justine Tepale, and Amanda Torres


    2015 BFA Design Exhibition

    May 4 – 12
    Artist Talk and Reception: Saturday, May 9, 2-5 p.m.
    Featuring: Grace Duarte, David Bermudez, and Dioni Cordova

    New Jersey City University’s Art Department is pleased to announce our 2015 BFA exhibition at the Visual Arts Building Art Gallery.

    This is our inaugural group exhibition with a single opening reception for all the students.
    We hope that having a single exhibition and opening, will encourage the Arts community to participate in this event. This is a wonderful opportunity to see the next wave of talent graduating from our program.

    In the past few years our students have attended prestigious residencies like,gaia Wonder Woman Residency, the Gallery Aferro Residency, the Vermont Artist Residency and Skowhegan. They have been accepted to major Graduate programs across the country, and have successful careers in the Arts and beyond.

    I would be honored if you could attend and show your support to a deserving group of emerging artist as they present selections form their Final Project. The exhibition will be held at the Gallery in the Visual Arts Building at NJCU, 100 Culver Ave. Jersey City. Exhibitions are free and open to the public.


    Ongoing Exhibition

    Transformation: Art Faculty Exhibition
    Gilligan Student Union, Faculty Dining Hall, 2nd floor 

    “Transformation: Art Faculty Exhibition” will feature works by NJCU art faculty Mauro Altamura, Hugo Bastidas, Dennis Dittrich, Brian Gustafson, Deborah Jack, Martin Kruck, Ken MacBain, Winifred McNeill, Janet Pihlblad, Ellen Quinn, Jose Rodeiro, and Herb Rosenberg. The exhibit will be shown throughout the full 2013-2014 academic year. The Dining Hall is accessible Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.

    Brian Gustafson
    Bleeding the love out of roses
    Metal, glass, flora, 20" x 20" x 2"

    Martin Kruck
    Habitorium: Blaze