Tag: art

Retiring professor exhibits decades of work

Ramapo College’s visual arts professors look forward to retirement because, in addition to the usual benefits, they receive an opportunity to showcase their work where they once taught. On Sept. 14 at 5 p.m., Professor Shalom Gorewitz unveiled “SHALOM GOREWITZ: EXITBITION” in the Kresge and Pascal Galleries at the Berrie […]

Ramapo professor displays photography in exhibit

Photo courtesy of Robbie Bulilan Professor Warner Wada’s one-person exhibit of black and white photography, featuring 1970s-era Pittsburgh and present-day New York City from as recent as 2018, is on display in the Pascal Gallery of the Berrie Center. Photographs from the exhibition titled “Warner Wada’s Photographs: Pittsburgh 1975-77, New […]

Art at Berrie Center highlights feminist perspective

Photo by Dana Wehmann The work of Melanie Baker and Anonda Bell are on display in the Berrie Center’s Kresge and Pascal Galleries until Friday, Oct. 19. Both artists incorporate the feminist perspective in their striking and thought-provoking works. Baker’s immensely dark charcoal drawings bring attention to the power of […]

Students partner to learn about eco-friendly initiatives

Photo courtesy of Neriko Doerr Students from Ramapo’s Introduction to Anthropology course collaborated with Paterson Upward Bound Math Science high school students to gather research for the Eco-Chic II art exhibit in the Paterson Museum. Aptly named Eco-Chic, the artistic fashion exhibit showcases eco-friendly clothing made from repurposed plastic items. […]

Visual Arts Society showcases student artwork

Photo by Kim Bongard The Visual Artists Society (VAS) hosted a student art showcase in Friends Hall on Tuesday afternoon. To showcase a diverse variety of artwork, VAS invited Ramapo students to submit art of any medium from photographs to sculpture pieces. “As a club our mission is to create […]

Haitian artist showcases exhibit at the Berrie Center

Photo by Kim Bongard Both the Kresge and Pascal Galleries of the Berrie Center are currently presenting the diverse multimedia artwork of renowned international artist Pascale Monnin. The Swiss-Haitian artist explained the influences behind her work during an Artist’s Talk at the exhibition’s opening reception on Wednesday March 28. Monnin’s […]

Potter Library hosts work from renown photographer

Photo by Kim Bongard Lisa Levart is an award-winning photographer, best known for creating alternative photographic portraits of women who embody poetic myths. A collection of her portraits titled, “The Women of the Ramapough Lenape Nation” is on display in the Potter Library Gallery as part of Women’s Herstory Month. […]

All-female cast set to perform Greek tragedy spinoff

Photo by Kim Bongard The cast and crew of “medea and medea/for medea” are prepping for opening week at the Adler Theater. Co-writer Peter Campbell, an associate professor of theatre at Ramapo, describes the play as a mash-up of contemporary and mythological stories.  Starring an all-female cast, the plot revolves […]