The Caldwell University Art Therapy Programs Gallery is pleased to present the 2016 Spring Faculty Invitational exhibition located in Werner Hall, third floor at Caldwell University, 120 Bloomfield Avenue in Caldwell, NJ.
The exhibition showcases the works of Judy Lapides, MA, an artist, teacher of art, and former Director of the Kent Place School Gallery in Summit and, Elizabeth Rundquist, ATR-BC, an art therapist practicing in the field for 26 years. The works of both artists provide an opportunity to engage in observation of abstraction – a formalism where color, shape, line, and texture become subject. Lapides work may be seen as a metaphor for the human body as well as the unconscious, where Rundquist’s work represents an accumulation of years recording her experience in the world. Lapides and Rundquist are also Psychoanalysts. They were invited to showcase their oil paintings by Caldwell University art therapy faculty member, Annette Vaccaro, ATR-BC, LCSW. Their work is on view now through March 2016.
Caldwell University will remember Sr. Brigid Brady, OP with a Memorial Liturgy on February 8, 2016 at 12 noon at Motherhouse Chapel.
Alumni should register by contacting Jenny Mundell at 973-618-3352 or firstname.lastname@example.org by February 4.
Eric Olsen ReVision Jazz Quartet
Eric Olsen’s ReVision Jazz Group fuses the emotion of classic melodies with the fun of jazz improvisation, transforming music from Chopin to Grieg to George Harrison in an innovative way.
Saturday February 20, 2016
“Sprint Football” Announcement and celebration of Cougar athletics
1:30-5:30 Alumni are invited to learn more about our acceptance into the Sprint Football league and celebrate their time at Caldwell with good friends.
11:30 am MAKE A WISH FOUNDATION Silent Auction
1:00 pm Senior Day
Women’s Basketball Game vs. Bloomfield College
2:45 pm MAKE A WISH come true!
Special presentation from our Student-Athletes
3:00 pm Senior Day
Men’s Basketball Game vs. Bloomfield College
The Caldwell University Pep Band will also perform during the course of the day, as well as special promotional giveaways throughout both contests!
Caldwell University Alumni are invited to RSVP now for this free event!
Naples Area Alumni & Friends Brunch
Dr. Alex Giaquinto
Former Chair, Board of Trustees
and Liz Giaquinto
with special guest
Caldwell University President
Nancy J. Blattner, Ph.D., OPA
The favor of your reply is requested by February 12:
973.618.3224 or email@example.com
Chamber Music with Warren Helms and Friends
Warren Helms, piano, Amy Soto-Hamilton, violin and Amy Visscher, cello, perform Cesar Franck’s Sonata for Violin and Piano, a lush and romantic tour de force; Polka by Lou Harrison, a modal and hypnotic dance, as well as the beautiful and mysterious Shostakovich Trio in E Minor.
Uncommon Women: Soprano, Laura Greenwald; Pianist Warren Helms
Songs by or about women who were uncommon in their time including the biblical Women of Valor by Andrea Clearfield, and songs by Venetian Barbara Strozzi, pianist composer Clara Wieck Schumann and spirituals arranged by women.
JOIN US FOR AN ADULT UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE INFORMATION SESSION!
Adult Undergraduates – Bring your transcripts for immediate consideration and admissions. There will be an informal presentation followed by individual meetings with advisors.
Since 1969, Caldwell University has successfully served the Adult Undergraduate community. Our Adult Undergraduate programs offer flexible schedules, personalized advising, financial aid and distance learning options – all to meet your lifestyle!
Graduate Students – Join us at an Information Session! Learn more about Caldwell University graduate admission and program requirements. Meet and discuss your program of choice with a program coordinator in an informal atmosphere. Application fee waived for attendees.
31st Veritas Award Dinner
Eileen Curtis ’68
Mary Lou Donnelly Doneski ’56
Colonel Christopher Doneski ’90
Friday, April 1, 2016
Essex Fells Country Club
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Faculty will conduct in-depth presentations which will include information about career and internship opportunities in your major, and more.
You can discuss your individual financial aid awards with a financial aid representative, get general financial aid information or learn how to file.
Whether it’s your first time on campus or if you’ve been here before and need another look, campus tours will be available throughout the day.
Our student leaders from campus clubs and organizations will be part of the crowd – no doubt they will be looking for new members.
Living on campus? Our Residence Life Office will be on board. Playing sports??Catch our coaches during the day. Interested in studying abroad? Travel on over to get your answers.
Get your Caldwell gear at our Manning Campus Store which will be open throughout the day.
And meet potential new classmates and friends…