Blurring the Lines: CCCA Art Faculty Exhibition opening reception

Blurring the Lines: CCCA Art Faculty Exhibition opening reception

November 18, 2017 - 4:00pm
Rowan University Art Gallery at 301 High Street
301 West High Street, Glassboro, NJ 08028
Open to the Public
Mary Salvante
(856) 256-4521
Open to all

Blurring the Lines features more than 20 art faculty members representing three departments within the College: Art, Radio/TV/Film, and Advertising. The exhibition highlights the diversity and strength of creative practices across disciplines within the college. An opening reception celebrates the show on Saturday, November 18 from 4:00 – 6:00 pm in the gallery and will run from November 18 – December 16, 2017. 

(Aubrey Levinthal, Self with Wildflowers, oil on board)

The participating artists are: Patrick Ahearn (offbeat, character-driven puppetry); Amanda Almon (ink/digital paint/photography composites on the ecological impact of human actions); Herb Appelson (mixed media printmaking with three-dimensional shapes); Susan Bowman (graphic design for publications); Caitlin Clements (painting with embedded materials); Caitlin Cocco (installation stretching representations of the body); Jan Conradi (graphic designs celebrating intellectual questioning); Jenny Drumgoole (video & performance exploring human connections and contemporary systems); Jill Baker Gower (jewelry/sculpture reflecting the female experience and pop culture’s impact); James Greenwell (whimsical wood sculpture); Adam Gustavson (stylized realism in drypoint illustrations); Kate Pollard Hoffmann (photographs finding meaning in the skin of fruits and vegetables); Scot Kaylor (sculpture using steel, bronze, rope and granite); Aubrey Levinthal (painting inspired by Irish landscapes); Kyle Margiotta (painting as a reaction to a friend’s dark dreams); Claudia Mastrobuono (ceramic work showing tension through mix of material and pattern); John Mitchell (painting and collage representing conflict); Nancy Ohanian (political illustration); Skeff Thomas (ceramic stoneware bottle); Nancy Sophy (painting based around identity and the passing of time); Ekaterina Vanovskaya (painting with themes of longing, melancholy and finding a sense of place); Steven Weber (sculpture that addresses personal identity & social commentary by fusing craftsmanship & concept); Mallory Weston (absurdist jewelry hinting at ludicrous, juvenile, and immature situations); and Robert Whyte (design and photography exploring our perceptions as people and organisms).

Rowan University Art Gallery is located at 301 High Street. Free parking is available in the Mick Drive parking garage across from the gallery. Admission to the gallery and reception is free and open to the public. Regular gallery hours are Monday – Friday, 10 am to 5 pm; Thursday - Saturday, 10 am to 7 pm. Directions can be found on the gallery website. For more information, call 856-256-4521 or visit