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Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey

Sep 8-Dec 22

Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey 

Joan and Robert Rechnitz Hall - 9 AM

Bruce Springsteen: A Photographic Journey, a traveling photography exhibition curated by the GRAMMY Museum Los Angeles, features 45 iconic images. The opening reception on September 27 from 1-4 PM will include a Q&A with the photographers moderated by Grammy Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli at 2:30 PM.

Free Event


Aaron Wexler

Sep 8-Nov 13

Aaron Wexler 

Rotary Ice House Gallery - 9 AM

Aaron Wexler’s work investigates shapes in nature as they relate to abstraction in painting. He collects distinctly different representations of abstraction of nature and architectural networks and utilizing prints, books, photographs and hand painted paper, makes drawings and collages from these source materials. Wexler received his M.F.A from the School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 1999. His work has been included in various solo and group shows in New York and London including the Morgan Lehman Gallery, Josee Bienvenu Gallery, The National Academy Museum, and Katonah Museum of Art, among others.

Free Event


Selections from the Monmouth University Collection

Sep 8-Dec 22

Selections from the Monmouth University Collection 

Joan and Robert Rechnitz Hall - 9 AM

Featuring selections from Monmouth University's permanent collection including works by Adam Wurtz, Salvadore Dali, Jacob Landau, and Robert Mueller among others.


James Deane: A Hidden Treasure

Sep 8-Oct 26

James Deane: A Hidden Treasure 

Pollak Gallery - 9 AM

This exhibit will feature recently discovered artwork by artistic visionary James Deane a life-long resident of Long Branch (1906 – 2001.) Prolific in many mediums, Deane created works of art with watercolors, pen and ink, pencil and clay. He was supported by his only sibling, his sister Laura, which allowed him the freedom to focus exclusively on his artwork for many years. The works featured in this exhibit include magnificent botanical studies, futuristic landscape paintings and whimsical pottery, most of which has been unseen since the 1930’s.

Free Event


When Textiles Talk. A Quilting Exhibit

Jul 8-Aug 28

When Textiles Talk. A Quilting Exhibit 

Pollak Gallery - 9 AM

This juried exhibition includes quilts from members of Rebecca’s Reel Quilt Guild in Middletown and the Beach Plum Quiltmakers of Ocean County. Historically, quilts have been made to convey emotions, record events and to evoke memories; to greet or say good-bye; to sell or raffle for charity; to celebrate, to commemorate or to comfort. The need to communicate requires quilters to express themselves for the same various reasons as other artists. Each quilt in this exhibit is accompanied by a story card explaining the artist’s vision or motivation. Opening Reception: Aug 1 | 5 - 7 PM

Free Event


Sinatra: A Photo Exhibit

May 9

Sinatra: A Photo Exhibit 

Pollak Gallery - 10 AM

The photo exhibit features 38 framed images spanning Sinatra’s boyhood days in Hoboken to his final performances in the 1990s. Included are rare and classic images from inside Sinatra’s Capitol Studios recording sessions, at home, at New Jersey’s Rustic Cabin roadhouse, on the road with the Hoboken Four, the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra, and, of course, Sinatra’s solo career. Photographers include Ken Veeder, Sid Avery, and the legendary Herman Leonard, among others.

Free Event


Gallery Exhibition: Annual Student Exhibition

Apr 26-May 5

Gallery Exhibition: Annual Student Exhibition 

Joan and Robert Rechnitz Hall - 9 AM

Featuring the select works by Monmouth University students in Photography, Graphic Design, Animation and Studio Art. Opening reception: Sunday, April 26, from 1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Free Event


Justice for All: An Exhibition of Selected Works by Jacob Landau

Apr 20-24

Justice for All: An Exhibition of Selected Works by Jacob Landau 

Monmouth University Library - 9 AM

Monmouth University Library, Seminar Room 102 Opening Reception: April 21 4:30 p.m. The exhibition features a selection of 12 pieces. All works are from Monmouth University’s extensive collection of Jacob Landau’s work, comprising over 300 prints, drawings and paintings. The collection was gifted to Monmouth University in 2008 by the Jacob Landau Institute of Roosevelt, NJ. This exhibit is co-sponsored by the Jewish Culture Studies Program and the Honors School of Monmouth University.

Free Event


Janet Boltax - Aging in America: Portraits and Commentary

Apr 15-May 31

Janet Boltax - Aging in America: Portraits and Commentary 

Pollak Gallery - 9 AM

Aging in America: Portraits and Commentary, is an exhibition of portraits by Janet Boltax comprised of individuals who are 90 plus years old, along with excerpts of interviews with them. The interviews focus on interesting facets of their lives and how they are adapting to the process of aging. Opening Reception: April 15, 6-8 pm

Free Event


Gallery Exhibition: Second Senior Show - Fine Art and Art Education

Apr 10-18

Gallery Exhibition: Second Senior Show - Fine Art and Art Education 

Joan and Robert Rechnitz Hall - 9 AM

Featuring the work of Monmouth University graduating seniors who will receive their degrees in Fine Art and Art Education. Opening Reception: Friday, April 10, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Free Event


Gallery Exhibition: First Senior Exhibition - Graphic Design and Animation

Mar 27-Apr 4

Gallery Exhibition: First Senior Exhibition - Graphic Design and Animation 

Joan and Robert Rechnitz Hall - 9 AM

Featuring the work of Monmouth University graduating seniors who will receive their degrees in Graphic Design and Animation. Opening reception: Friday, March 27, from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Free Event


Dylan Scholinski

Mar 5-Apr 10

Dylan Scholinski 

Pollak Gallery - 9 AM

Born Daphne Scholinski, Dylan was locked up in a mental hospital at age 15 for being an "inappropriate female." Now a distinguished public speaker, author of award winning memoir The Last Time I Wore a Dress and artist, Dylan will be exhibiting his own work - which portrays the anguish of his hospital years and his ultimate triumph - as well as examples of artwork by participants in his “lead with your heart” workshop.

Free Event


Gallery Exhibition: Asbury Park’s Springwood Avenue Harmony - Celebrating The West Side’s Unique Musical Legacy

Feb 1-28

Gallery Exhibition: Asbury Park’s Springwood Avenue Harmony - Celebrating The West Side’s Unique Musical Legacy 

Pollak Gallery - 9 AM

Long before Asbury Park became known for rock music, the city’s African American community rocked on Springwood Avenue. Between 1910 and 1970, the city’s West Side pioneered the sounds of jazz, gospel and rhythm & blues. This exhibit explores, chronicles and highlights Asbury Park’s black music scene from Count Basie to Billy Brown, through an impressive collection of rare photos and memorabilia. Opening Reception: February 4, from 6-8 pm

Free Event


Gallery Exhibition: Heeseop Yoon

Jan 21-Apr 10

Gallery Exhibition: Heeseop Yoon 

Rotary Ice House Gallery - 9 AM

Heeseop Yoon studied at Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and received her MFA from City University of New York and BFA from Chung-Ang University in Korea. Yoon’s subjects—interiors of junk shops and storage facilities—test the ability of the line to make order out chaos. Working from photographs, Yoon draws her subject matter freehand on sheets of transparent polyester film that are later attached to the gallery wall. She retains her exploratory sketches, her mistakes, and the corrections on each drawing. The lines not only situate the forms in the clutter, they also cross over, search out, and assess the entire scene. Illustrated Lecture: February 5, Wilson Hall Auditorium, 4:30 - 5:30 pm, Opening Reception: February 5, from 5:30 - 7 pm

Free Event


Gallery Exhibition: Jacob Landau - Selected Paintings from the Monmouth University Permanent Art Collection

Jan 20-Mar 7

Gallery Exhibition: Jacob Landau - Selected Paintings from the Monmouth University Permanent Art Collection 

Joan and Robert Rechnitz Hall - 9 AM

Jacob Landau (1917-2001), printmaker, painter, humanist, and teacher was an artist whose works explored the basic themes of human existence and morality with an insight that was both passionate and indignant. The art he created gained him an impressive reputation, with many of his works included in the permanent collections of the world's finest museums. In 2008, the Jacob Landau Institute donated more than 300 of the artist’s prints, drawings and paintings to Monmouth University. This exhibition will feature approximately 20 original paintings.

Free Event