NJCU Winter 2017 Gallery Exhibitions
Manga and War
January 25 – March 1, 2017
Visual Arts Gallery
100 Culver Avenue
The Visual Arts Gallery will host the traveling exhibition Manga and War from January 25 to March 1. Curated by the Kyoto International Manga Museum in 2015 and presented abroad for the first time, this exhibition commemorates the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II. This is a rare opportunity for American audiences to view 24 principal Japanese manga works, along with original paintings and drawings by several manga authors.
Come to Selfhood
February 2 – March 2, 2017
Hepburn Hall, Room 323
2039 John F. Kennedy Boulevard
The Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery will feature Come to Selfhood (February 2 – March 2). The Atlanta-based photographer, Joshua Rashaad McFadden presents his award-winning book Come to Selfhood, a series of photographic works and writings that explore black male identity, masculinity, and notions about the father figure. Come to Selfhood provides a frame of reference that visually articulates the identities of young black men by delving into ideas of history, role models, and varied experiences. An opening reception and book signing with the artist will be held on February 2, from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.
The NJCU Visual Arts Gallery is located at the ground floor of the Visual Arts Building (100 Culver Avenue). The Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery is located in Hepburn Hall, Room 323 (2039 John F. Kennedy Blvd.). Hours for both galleries are Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. or by appointment: 201-200-2496 (Visual Arts Gallery) / 201-200-3246 (Lemmerman Gallery).
School and community groups are welcome and requested to make an appointment by contacting Midori Yoshimoto (email@example.com).
More information about upcoming exhibitions is available online: www.njcu.edu/arts
Registration now open for the 13-week course, offered through the Office of Continuing Studies.
Course begins Tuesday, January 17 from 6-8 p.m. on subsequent Tuesdays through April 11.
Learn about the future of unmanned aviation vehicles, or drones, in a course beginning next month at Stockton University and taught by Adam Greco, the air traffic account manager of center operations at the FAA’s William J. Hughes Technical Center.
Students will be immersed in the entire field of Unmanned Aviation Systems (UAS) which includes the history of UAS, the legislative climate, privacy and Fourth Amendment case law relating to search, seizure and warrant requirements employing UAS, rules and regulations for flying under different sets of rules, and public and commercial applications of UAS throughout the world.
Students will be introduced to the various types of UAS, their mission, their power capability, satellite uplink and direct line-of-sight flight as well as autonomous flight. The course will cover the Certificate of Operations application and approval for flight of U AS in the National Airspace System (NAS). Students also will receive background information to understand the NAS.
For more information, visit Stockton.edu/cs or call 609-652-4227.
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