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The Galleries at Kean promote artistic scholarship through live events, virtual programming, video tutorials, cultural competency training and hands-on learning opportunities including internships, apprenticeships, workshops, seminars and educational partnerships.

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The Protection of a Mother

Profundo Education Resources

Tamara Torres’ multimedia exhibition Profundo explores the feminist upsurge happening within Puerto Rican communities and takes audiences through an emotional journey where women fight against inequality, domestic violence, rape culture and injustice. 

Profundo Inventory List

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PULSE Nightclub: 49 Elegies - John Gutoskey

PULSE Nightclub: 49 Elegies Education Resources

John Gutoskey’s series honors and commemorates with a monoprint each of the 49 people massacred at the LGBTQ PULSE nightclub in Orlando, Florida on June 12, 2016. 

Teacher Curriculum for PULSE Nightclub: 49 Elegies

PULSE Nightclub: 49 Elegies Inventory List

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Ansel Adams - Denali and Wonder Lake

Ansel Adams Education Resources

Ansel Adams (1902-1984), photographer, musician, naturalist, explorer, critic and teacher, was a giant in the field of landscape photography. His work can be viewed as the end of an arc of American art concerned with capturing the “sublime” in the unspoilt Western landscape.

Teacher Curriculum for Ansel Adams: Early Works

Ansel Adams: Early Works Inventory List

 

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Phases Katie True

In Knots Education Resources

Lives were altered in 2020. The drumbeat of society stopped and crisis unfolded as fear, uncertainty, frustration, powerlessness, anger, loss and anxiety took the world stage. Explore  Katie Truk’s exhibition In Knots, which explores  the tension, confusion and entanglement of feelings experienced by the artist as she dealt with the loss of her father and her own COVID-19 diagnosis and recovery.

In Knots Inventory List

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Student exhibit

Remote Education Support

The Galleries at Kean are committed to providing resources for remote education. Contact us for support at galleries@kean.edu

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Student views digital display

Da Vinci Inventions Education Resources

Experience Leonardo da Vinci's vision firsthand as a world-class master meets world-class education. 

Da Vinci Education Resources - Elementary and Middle School

Da Vinci Education Resources - High School

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This is an image from Fear of A Black Planet by Knowledge Bennett

Pieces of a Man Education Resources

KEAN UNIVERSITY is pleased to present “PIECES OF A MAN,” a survey of new works by Los Angeles based, contemporary artist, Knowledge Bennett. Bennett returns to his home state of New Jersey to put together his largest exhibition to date, waging a complete takeover of KEAN University’s campus galleries. The exhibition will span across 5 galleries, each with its own new body of work.

While the world was experiencing a global lockdown, Bennett was reminded of what it meant to be “still” yet not necessarily sit still. Continuing right through the pandemic, studying, designing, photographing, and painting, he’s amassed a collection of new works ready to be unveiled to the public this fall. The exhibition borrows its title from the late great Gil Scott-Heron’s 1971 debut studio album. The album which Scott-Heron emphatically states, “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised."

Pieces of a Man Inventory List

Fear of a Black Planet