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Mother Nature vs Human Nature: The Inequity of Climate Resilience
Feb 01 - Jun 24 2023 - 88 days left
The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University hosts the 2023 New Jersey Arts Annual and to welcome the public to this state-wide juried exhibition sponsored by New Jersey State Council on the Arts. “Mother Nature vs Human Nature: The Inequity of Climate Resilience.” Through this exhibition, the public will gain a profound understanding of the interconnection between life and the disturbances related to the climate. The artists have presented a renewed sense of responsibility for action. With 825 artworks submitted, 103 artists selected to participate: Cheryl Agulnick Hochberg, Margery Amdur, Herbert Appelson, Lisa Bagwell, Seth Steven Bechtold, Chee Bravo, Kimberly Callas, Sumi Chatterjee, Ron Ross Cohen, Brendon Connors, Joseph Cowdrey, Michael Dal Cerro, Tim Daly, Edward Fausty, Andrea Geller, Jeff Gola, Bryan Gorski, Tsai Hsi Hung, Wendell Jeffrey, Alex Katsenelinboigen, Barbara Klein, Carolyn Lambert, Kathleen Latyschow, Paul Leibow, Li Xiaofei, Lisa Madson, Kristen Martin-Aarnio, Phillip McConnell, Denise McDaniel, Lucretia E. McGuff-Silverman, j. Aidan Mirowsky, Leo Morrissey, Leslie Nobler, Léni Paquet-Morante, Ed Peters, Kevin C. Pyle, Jeff Quattrone, Ellen Rosenholtz, Kenneth Schnall, Gail Scuderi, George Taylor, Diane Tomash, Patrick Totally, Evelyn (Chien-Ying) Wang. This year, the exhibition is located at both the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University in Atlantic City and the Noyes Gallery at Kramer Hall in Hammonton. Closing Reception: Sat, Jun 3, 1-4pm.
Kristen Martin-Aarnio