Rowan University Art Gallery
**Galleries Closed to Visitors March 10-18**
Both RUAG at 301 High St. and Gallery West at Westby Hall
closed to visitors for Spring Break March 10 -18th
*FREE PARKING IS NOW AVAILABLE*
The parking garage directly across from the gallery on Mick Drive now has free 2 hour parking.
HOW FOOD MOVES: EDIBLE LOGISTICSRUAG at 301 High Street West
March 27 – May 27, 2017
Guest Curator: Daniel Tucker, Graduate Program Director in Social and Studio Practices, Moore College of Art and Design.
Public Program and Opening Reception
Thursday, March 30, 2017, 6:00 - 8:30 pm
Now on View at Gallery West, Westby Hall
Spotlight at Gallery West, Westby Hall
Elsa Goldsmith: Beholding WomenOn view in our spotlight section of the gallery are works by Elsa M. Goldsmith (1920-2005). Goldsmith was a participant in The Sister Chapel (1974-79), an essential feminist installation that is currently on display in the same gallery. Her paintings, drawings, and prints feature her subtle but compelling depictions of women in a range of media and techniques.
Department of Art, Westby Hall, 2nd floor
Paintings of Corfe Castle by Stephanie Rauschenbusch
On view is a series of paintings, completed in 1987 and 1988, which are based on the ruins of Corfe Castle, an 11th century fortification in the English county of Dorset. The entire series was donated to Rowan by the artist. The office is open Monday through Friday during regular business hours.
Office of Information Resources & Technology (Memorial Hall)
Selections from the Sylvia Sleigh Collection
On view is a selection of works from the Sylvia Sleigh Collection. Originally owned by the prominent feminist artist Sylvia Sleigh, the collection was donated to Rowan in 2011. The office is open Monday through Friday during regular business hours.