Events

Events

E.g., 2017-02-28
E.g., 2017-02-28
March 4, 2017
12:00pm
Hoboken, NJ
Tags: Athletics
March 4, 2017
12:00pm
Virginia Beach, VA
Tags: Athletics
March 5, 2017
(All day)
Gallery West in Westby Hall
The Sister Chapel, is an historic collaborative installation created at the height of the women's art movement, now at Gallery West for its first public exhibition since 1980. After an absence of more than thirty-five years, the components of The Sister Chapel are fully reunited in Gallery West.
March 5, 2017
(All day)
Rowan University Art Gallery
Philadelphia-based artist Jay Walker creates with colored tape and wood stencils bodiless clothed forms that have been 'emptied' - both literally and figuratively - as a gesture of transcendence and transformation. Featured is a series based on the Theotokos (Greek for 'Mother of God') that is converted from icon to archetype to embody a multitude of cultural diversities.
March 5, 2017
10:00am
Esby Gym
Visit www.rowan.edu/tours to learn more about Open House and to register.
March 5, 2017
12:00pm
Ashland, VA
Tags: Athletics
March 5, 2017
2:00pm
Pfleeger Concert Hall @ Wilson Hall
Under the direction of Christopher Thomas, the choir program consists of music with unconventional instrumentation (a Concerto written for Marimba and Choir); a collaboration between current students and alumni; and contrasting texts set by different composers; in addition to Hall Johnson's African-American spiritual 'Ain't Got Time to Die.'
March 6, 2017
(All day)
Gallery West in Westby Hall
The Sister Chapel, is an historic collaborative installation created at the height of the women's art movement, now at Gallery West for its first public exhibition since 1980. After an absence of more than thirty-five years, the components of The Sister Chapel are fully reunited in Gallery West.
March 6, 2017
(All day)
Rowan University Art Gallery
Philadelphia-based artist Jay Walker creates with colored tape and wood stencils bodiless clothed forms that have been 'emptied' - both literally and figuratively - as a gesture of transcendence and transformation. Featured is a series based on the Theotokos (Greek for 'Mother of God') that is converted from icon to archetype to embody a multitude of cultural diversities.
March 6, 2017
11:00am
Admissions Office, Savitz Hall
Admissions Presentation & Tour

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