Rose DeSiano, Nieuw Fotografie

Photography Professor, Rose DeSiano Galjanic presented her lecture, Nieuw Fotografie at AKI / PROJECTSWEEK, as part of her visiting artist fellowship at the AKI ArtAZ Academy of Art in The Netherlands. She will be a fellow till the end of this year. Congratulations Professor DeSiano Galjanic!

DeSiano Nieuw Fotografie

Big Art Day, October 28, 2015


“Walks in North Park” by Dan R. Talley

Walks in North Park, an exhibition by Fine Arts Professor Dan R. Talley
The Baum School of Art is proud to present a unique photographic exhibition by Kutztown University Fine Arts Professor Dan R. Talley. Walks in North Park is a year-long project that began in October 2014. The work grew out of twelve monthly walks culminating in a 12-volume photobook containing 253 images and 12 essays. The images honor a straight-forward, documentary landscape tradition, but they are also influenced and informed by the conceptually driven practices of Sol LeWitt, Bernd and Hilla Becher, the New Topographic photographers, and a host of others. In addition to the book, the exhibition also includes a number of excerpted images presented as wall works. An artist reception will be held on Wednesday, November 4, 2105 from 6:00–8:00pm at The Baum School of Art. The public is invited. The school is located at 510 Linden St., Allentown, PA. 18105.

Rose DeSiano “A War Never Ending”

Photography Professor Rose DeSiano exhibition at Kean University.


"A War Never Ending"

Rose DeSiano, “A War Never Ending”

7th Annual Schaeffer/Sharadin Day

outside of Sharadin

outside of Sharadin

A celebration of the Visual & Performing Arts at Kutztown University.  Thursday, October 29, 2015.

Curtis Welteroth – Nondual

What do you think of the works in this exhibition? What is your perception of them? Does the illusion of them fool you? Do you think there is something more meaningful underneath these illusions? What makes these vents so different from the ones you would find outside of this gallery? What makes a pile of garbage a pile of garbage? What makes for a desirable painting? What makes an idea original? Where do all of these questions leave us at the height of the internet age? What is reality and what is illusion?What is the difference between a subject and an object? What are the qualifications for ownership? What makes for superiority? Do you think you have the answers to these questions? Do you think the artist has the answers? Do you think there are answers? Do you think these are questions? What’s the difference between an answer and a question?



 Sculpture & Digital Media Installation
by Joshua Cox ///

[September 13th, 2015]
@ The Dixon UniversitynCenter
2986 N. 2nd Street Harrisburg, PA