Border Crossing Exhibition at the Douglass Library
Lynn Allen, Covenant, 2003|
Woodcut on antique goat skin document
Featuring the works of artists from the
Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series
Border Crossings brings together the creative works of artists, all alumnae of the annual Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series at the Douglass Library, who employ different cultural perspectives in their art. The artists use a variety of figurative and abstract styles and media, including painting, collage, and prints.
This exhibition is held as part of the "Transcultural New Jersey: An Arts and Education Initiative," a yearlong, statewide project developed by Rutgers University's Office for Intercultural Initiatives and the Jane Voorhees Zimmerli Art Museum in partnership with New Jersey Network (NJN) Public Television. Transcultural New Jersey is designed to highlight the achievements of artists from historically underrepresented populations and provide insight into the state's diverse population.
The exhibition will run through August 15, 2004.
Posted July 14, 2004