The 2007 Fordham faculty art exhibition, featuring the works of 18 professors in the Department of Visual Arts, will be on display in the Center Gallery through Nov. 15 on the main floor of the Lowenstein Center.
The eclectic exhibition features works from a broad range of disciplines, including painting, sculpture, photography, architecture, graphic design, and film and video. Among the mix of works are cardboard and wood architectural models, sculpture, mixed-media collage, abstract paintings, conceptual and traditional photography and video. A reception for the artists will be held in the gallery space on Thursday, Nov. 8, at 6:30 p.m.
“Faculty shows are a staple of all university galleries,” said Casey Ruble, artist in residence and coordinator of the Fordham galleries. “They allow students a chance to better understand their professors’ individual approaches to art-making. . ., and are a critical part of the department’s [engagement]with the school at large.”
– Janet Sassi