September 3 - October 19, 2019
Salina Almanzar, Ni de aqui, Ni de alla: On Being a Third Generation Dominirican
October 22 - December 6, 2019
Osmyn J. Oree, I'm Still Black
November 7, 2019, 7:00 pm
Poet, Mahogany L. Brown
The Rider University Art Gallery invites you to an evening of poetry to hear Mahogany L. Brown read her work. Brown is a writer, organizer, educator, and spoken word poet. She is the author of the YA poetry book Black Girl Magic, and the children’s book Woke Baby. Her poetry collections include Kissing Caskets and Redbone. She co-edited the poetry anthology The Breakbeat Poets Vol. 3: Black Girl Magic and is at work on WOKE: A Young Poets Guide To Justice. Browne is the recipient of numerous literary fellowships and has appeared on BuzzFeed Live, HBO & PBS NEWShour. She is the Artistic Director of Urban Word NYC and the Poetry Coordinator at St. Francis College’s MFA Program. She resides in Brooklyn, NY.
This program is hosted in conjunction with Osmyn J. Oree’s exhibition I’m Still Black.
Copies of Ms. Browns book will be available for sale.
This program is funded in part by a grant from the Mercer County Cultural and Heritage Commission, New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Department of State.
Gallery Phone: 609-895-5000 x7153
Email: [email protected]
Bart Luedeke Center, Top Floor
2083 Lawrenceville, New Jersey 08648
Tuesday to Saturday, 11:00am-5:00pm; Sunday, 12:00-4:00 pm.
The Art Gallery will also be open until 7:30 on the following evenings this fall to coincide with performances in theaters on campus:
Oct 2, Oct 4, Oct 16 & 17, Nov 20-23, Dec 6
The gallery is closed Thanksgiving week November 26-December 1, Winter Break (December 7 – January 28), and Spring Break (March 17-22)
Groups are welcome
To make arrangements please call (609) 896-5000 x7571
The Gallery is accessible from the street level entrance and elevator to the top floor. The Gallery is also wheelchair accessible.
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All events, programs and exhibitions hosted at the Rider University Gallery are free and open to the public.
From the Director
The purpose of the Art Gallery at Rider University is to develop and present a diverse range of high-quality exhibitions, lectures, and programs, including educational offerings, concerts, and special events to the University and the surrounding community. These exhibitions and lectures have, and will continue to, provide students, faculty and community members with important insights into the visual arts and creative process.
The Art Gallery’s programming is designed to add to the total education development of University students and the community at large.