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Rare Wildlife Revealed: The James Fiorentino Traveling Art Exhibition

Jan 13-Feb 19

Rare Wildlife Revealed: The James Fiorentino Traveling Art Exhibition 

Pollak Gallery - 9 AM

The youngest artist ever inducted into the prestigious New York Society of Illustrators, Fiorentino uses his trademark detail and realism in watercolor to paint New Jersey’s most endangered and vulnerable wildlife species. His evocative artwork inspires viewers through his life-like depictions of rare wildlife in their natural surroundings. His paintings truly bring wildlife to life on paper, and in doing so, his art helps to educate and engage viewers about the precipitous declines that many of these species have undergone. This exhibition is presented in partnership with Conserve Wildlife Foundation.

Free Event


Jacob Landau and His Circle

Feb 23-Mar 23

Jacob Landau and His Circle 

Pollak Gallery - 9 AM

An exhibition of paintings by the late Jacob Landau and works by members of the artist’s circle who were strongly influenced by his vision including Myron Wasserman, Jack McGovern and Joanne Leone.The exhibition was curated by Leone who studied with Landau from 1985-2001. This event is part of the Jewish Cultural Studies Program.

Free Event


Artivism

Apr 1-May 31

Artivism 

Pollak Gallery - 10 AM

As a universal language, the arts have always been an effective tool for addressing social issues. Artivism or "activist art" is a form of social protest that explores cultural and political concerns. However, it is much more than just an innovative tactic, Artivism involves an entire a practice that attempts to inspire positive change in society. This juried exhibition will feature works of art that employ spectacle, symbolism and collective participation to fight for issues of social justice including racial discrimination, gender equality, fair labor practices, human rights and more.

Free Event


Art + Autism

Jun 8-Aug 31

Art + Autism 

Pollak Gallery - 9 AM

This juried exhibition will showcase the talents and abilities of artists living with Autism Spectrum Disorder and continue the conversation about the unique power of art in the autism community. Select pieces of work will be for sale and a portion of the proceeds will benefit the Autism Program Improvement Project at Monmouth University's School of Education.

Free Event