Image Courtesy of NASA/JPL-Caltech
Kiki and Seton Smith: A Sense of Place
"Storytelling and Scholarship," presented by Edward Whitley, Professor of English at Lehigh University
In Conversation – Lynne Tillman with Kiki and Seton Smith
The Walsh Gallery, in collaboration with the Lennie Pierro Memorial Arts Foundation, is pleased to present Kiki and Seton Smith: A Sense of Place. Key to this exhibition is the idea that place irrevocably impacts our sense of self. Kiki’s drawings and prints look to the natural world to understand the relationship between place and identity on a symbolic level. Seton’s large-scale photographs look to the built environment to convey associations by moving within, and navigating through, space. Contextualized in this manner, the artists explore the complex psychological and emotional terrain to be negotiated in understanding the self and the manner in which place becomes a defining characteristic of identity. The fragility of the human condition and the places we traverse in our mortal journey are the narrative impulse of this exhibition.
Join us starting October 30 to see why NJ.com calls this exhibit one "that shouldn't be missed."
Learning to Fly
This exhibition examines history of flight and influence on American culture with emphasis on NJ’s role in aeronautical history via a mix of artifacts and artwork. Curated by Derek Butler and Kathlene Williams, students in the Museum Professions Graduate Program.
Annual Undergraduate Fine Arts Exhibition
The annual student show celebrates the artistic accomplishments of Seton Hall students working a in a variety of media and subject matter. Organized by Courtney Starrett, Assistant Professor of Fine and Digital Art, and Assistant Dean, Christine Krus, of the Department of Communication and the Arts.
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