Rowan University Art Gallery


This page contains exhibition archive information including catalogs, recent press, and web links. For questions regarding past exhibitions, archival documents, or to request a catalog, please contact RUAG.




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Ben Polsky: Structural Process

Jackie Tileston: Chromatopia

Building Structures

Jill Moser: Naming Game

Stefanie Nagorka: Aisle Tour

Private Lives: Nuno de Campos & Magali Nougarède

Margot de Wit: A Retrospective 1936-1996


SELECT PRESS (2015-2016)

Discover Jersey Arts, Rowan’s “How Food Moves” Exhibit Invites Viewers to Think Critically About Food Systems, How Food Moves: Edible Logistics (May, 2017).

USA Today, Rowan Exhibit Explores Economy of Food, How Food Moves: Edible Logistics (April, 2017).

Artblog, Food-industrial complex is rich fodder for artists in show at Rowan University, How Food Moves: Edible Logistics (April, 2017).

The Whit, Review: ‘How Food Moves: Edible Logistics’ at Rowan’s Art Gallery', How Food Moves: Edible Logistics (April, 2017).

Artsy, From Matisse to Turrell, 8 Artists Who Designed Transcendent Chapels, The Sister Chapel (April, 2017).

Courier-Post, Rowan exhibit aims to redefine femininity, Between the Threads (November, 2016).

ArtDaily, Revolutionary artist Dread Scott examines racial and cultural disparity in contemporary society, Dread Scott: A Sharp Divide (September, 2016).

Courier-Post, Rowan art exhibit looks at race and inequality, Dread Scott: A Sharp Divide (September, 2016).

Huffington Post, God Is A Woman in Previously Forgotten Feminist Exhibit ‘The Sister Chapel’, The Sister Chapel (April, 2016).

Artblog, The Sister Chapel - An Essential Feminist Collaboration, The Sister Chapel (March, 2016).

Philadelphia Inquirer, After 35 Years, Lost Feminist Art Back on Display, The Sister Chapel (March, 2016).

Artnet News, Major Feminist Art Installation 'The Sister Chapel' Resurrected After 37 Years, The Sister Chapel (March, 2016).

Courier Post, Rowan Exhibit Draws on Memories of Home, IN/DWELLING (February, 2016).

Artblog, Jeanne Jaffe's Elegy for Tesla at Rowan, ELEGY FOR TESLA (November, 2015).

WHYY, Friday Arts - Rowan University Art Gallery, SIMULATE/PERMEATE (May, 2015).

NJTV News, Tech-Based Art Takes Over Rowan University Art Gallery, SIMULATE/PERMEATE (January, 2015).



State of the Arts - NJTV, The Sister Chapel 2016

The Sister Chapel Panel Discussion

Elegy for Tesla Exhibition Video



How Food Moves: Edible Logistics, March 27 - May 27, 2017

Jay Walker: Archetype, January 23 – March 4, 2017

Between the Threads, November 14, 2016 - January 7, 2017

Yarn It! A Public Art Action, November 2016 January 2017

Dread Scott: A Sharp Divide, September 1 - November 5, 2016

The Sister Chapel: An Essential Feminist Collaboration

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