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Accepted Students Day

Saturday, April 6, 2019
Accepted Students Day 2
Accepted Students Day
8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Newman Center Gym – (of course we would like to get in there the day before because the floors have to be tarped and 40 tables and chairs set up.)
Newman Center Lobby
Hall of Flags
Alumni Theatre & Lobby
Westervelt Lecture Hall
Student Center Gym
Library Conference Room
Cougar Den

Christmas Spectacular Concert, December 7

Group of Caldwell University singing Choirs with candles on their hands.

Caldwell, N.J., Nov. 13, 2018 – Come out and enjoy the annual Music Department Christmas Spectacular! Concert at Caldwell University, 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 7.

The concert will include performances by the University Chorale and the Wind Ensemble joined by the High School Honors Band.

Wind Ensemble selections will include: Dances from West Side Story, Christmas Festival by Leroy Anderson, and Ballade for solo alto saxophone and band by Alfred Reed, featuring senior Pedro Liriano.

The University Chorale will perform O Magnum Mysterium by Morton Lauridsen, Bernstein’s Gloria Tibi from “Mass” and This Blessed Christmas Night, along with other works.

General admission is $10. Caldwell University students can attend free of charge.

Prof. Stephanie Pietros and Prof. Robert Miller Presentation on “Oh Happy Fault, Errors in the Saint John’s Bible”

Stephanie Pietros, Ph.D., assistant professor of English, College of Mount St. Vincent, and Robert Miller, Ph.D., associate professor of philosophy and religious studies, Mount St. Mary College, will present on “Oh Happy Fault, Errors in the Saint John’s Bible” as part of the Caldwell Department of Theology and Philosophy’s Sister Maura Campbell series.

“Jungian Archetypal Mask Exhibition: Fall 2018” on display at Caldwell University

“Jungian Archetypal Mask Exhibition: Fall 2018” on display at Caldwell University

Jungian Mask on demonstration on Caldwell University through December 10.

Caldwell, N.J., Nov. 13, 2018 – The Caldwell University Art Therapy Programs Gallery is presenting “The Jungian Archetypal Mask Exhibition: Fall 2018.” The installation features the work of graduate art therapy students from the History and Development of Art Therapy course. The public is invited to view this free exhibition.

For more than a decade, students in the art therapy program have been creating Jungian masks based on the archetype of their choice. Although the base of each mask begins with burlap and carpenter glue, the viewer will discover that each artist has researched and defined an interpretation of his or her chosen archetype to reveal a highly personal depiction of a universal image.

Bonnie Berkowitz, MA, ATR-BC, ATCS, Caldwell art therapy faculty member and curator,  explained that psychologist “Carl Jung suggested ‘archetypes’ represent how our experiences and parts of our lives are organized, and may be understood through the psychic activity of an individual, be it in the form of dreams, artworks, ancient monuments or contemporary images.” The number of existing archetypes is not fixed; instead, some may overlap or combine at any given time.

Due to this notion, the students were encouraged to explore and experiment with a wide range of materials and applications so they could develop and construct their own stories.

The show is located on the third floor of Werner Hall on Caldwell’s campus and will be on display through Dec. 10, 2018.