The recently dedicated Mueller Art Gallery is the centerpiece of visual culture for faculty, staff and students at Caldwell University and the surrounding community. Three to four exhibitions are presented each year in a wide variety of works in all media from nationally recognized artists. It is also the proving grounds for B.A. and B.F.A candidates in the Art Department. The Mueller gallery is a beautifully renovated space in the heart of the Student Center building. It was first opened in the Fall 2017, and named to honor Sr. Gerardine Mueller.
The primary goal of exhibition content is education. Work by contemporary artists as well as historical and cultural art and artifacts are featured together with panel discussions to examine the exhibition’s purpose. Frequently featured subjects engage discussion on current issues in the arts or address key aspects of the University’s current curricula. This format not only highlights the concerns presented in the artwork, but broadens individual viewpoints by emphasizing the relevancy of visual art to both students and the community. In this way the gallery offers a wide range of visual media and exhibitions that serve a broad audience.
Artists interested in submitting artwork or proposals for review may send a link to their website to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Suzanne Kammin Baron
Assistant Professor and Gallery Director
120 Bloomfield Avenue
Caldwell, NJ 07006