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MUSE Project Opens at Artship Olympia Exhibit in Philadelphia

Kristina Robold and Emily Vogel, both seniors in the Department of Art and Art History, are spending their summer collaborating with Professor Elizabeth Mackie as part of the 2016 Mentored Undergraduate Summer Experience (MUSE) Program.

Senior BFA and Graphic Design Exhibition

On Wednesday, May 4, 2016, the Department of Art & Art History Senior BFA Exhibition will open in the AIMM Building. An opening reception for the Senior BFA Exhibition and the Graphic Design Portfolio Review will be held on Saturday, May 14, 1:00-4:00PM. TCNJ BFA Senior Exhibition: Pushing Edges Dates: May 4 – May 20, 2016 Reception: May 14,…

TCNJ Student Accepted to Prestigious Music Festival

TCNJ Music Performance Major Therese DeGenova ’17 has been accepted into the prestigious Pierre Monteux School and Music Festival for its 2016 session. This intensive, six-week summer program trains aspiring orchestra musicians and conductors through a rigorous rehearsal and performance schedule. “When I got the news that I was accepted into this program, I was…

Chris Lundy and Ryan Laux Named Winners of 2016 Polansky Fellowship

The School of the Arts and Communication is pleased to announce that Ryan Laux ‘17 and Chris Lundy ‘17 have been selected as the 2016 Polansky Fellowship recipients. Laux and Lundy are both Interactive Multimedia (IMM) majors and have gained recognition for a number of video projects that they have worked on collaboratively, including the…

TCNJ Choirs Perform with Tsunami & Earthquake Survivors From Japan

On March 28, 2016, more than 200 singers gathered in the Mayo Concert Hall on The College of New Jersey campus for a concert that blended cultures and showcased young talent. TCNJ choir students performed alongside five high school choirs from Japan who came from the region affected by the 2011 earthquake, tsunami, and Fukushima nuclear disaster.…

Preserving the Heritage of Tibetan Music

During the Friday, March 11, Brown Bag lecture, composer Andrea Clearfield discussed her work to preserve Tibetan music. In 2008, Clearfield trekked to the Lo Monthang region of Nepal to study Tibetan folk music. There, she met an aging royal court singer. Traditionally, court music in Lo Monthang has been passed down aurally from generation to generation, but the royal…

The Evocative and Provactive Artwork of Wafaa Bilal

Internationally-recognized artist Wafaa Bilal spoke at the TCNJ Center for the Arts Brown Bag lecture on Friday, February 26, 2016. Bilal shared about his experiences developing his works of art, including some of his more provocative works, such as “Domestic Tension,” “Dog or Iraqi” and “…And Counting.” In “Domestic Tension,” Bilal spent 31 days in small enclosure at…

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