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EXHIBITIONS FALL 2009 – SPRING 2010
Amparo Codding, West Lake, Hangzhou, China, 8″x10″ photograph
Summer Pix: Images of Other Places By Selected Faculty
June 8 – August 11, 2010
- Featured Artists:
- Dean Amparo Codding
- Professor Theo Solomon
- Professor Bill Madden
- Professor Linda Robins
Contemplating Line, Space and Place:
Selected Works of Faculty and Staff
April 13 – May 12, 2010
- Featured Artists:
- Mark Balzarette
- Jeff Janus
- Harold Kahn
- Despina Metaxatos
2010 Student Art Exhibition Faculty Selects
February 2 – March 30, 2010
The exhibition will showcase student artwork that consists of paintings, drawings, photography, two dimensional design, web design and animation that has been selected by faculty members from the Department of Visual Arts. A project of the Department of Visual Arts, the show was organized by Bergen faculty member Andrea Geller Jablonski. The exhibit will continue through March 30, 2010.ebration of student art, movitvation and inspiration!
Art in Real TimeStudent Art Exhibition sponsored by the BCC Art Club
December 16, 2009 (one night only!)
BCC Art Club sponsored student art exhibition. Art In Real Time showcases the work of BCC students. All BCC students were invited to hang and exhibit their work during this one-night celebration of student art, movtivation and inspiration!
Music provided by The Music Interactive Club.
Toward One World: Photo exhibition commemorating the 100 year Birth /Anniversary of U Thant Third Secretary-General of the United Nations (1961-1971) First Asian Secretary-General
November 10-12, 2009
U Thant was the first Asian Secretary General of the United Nations from 1961-71. The Photo Exhibition is a personal and professional narrative and journey of a man who was born in a humble village and become the grand diplomat who believed in One World.