The Rowan College of South Jersey (RCSJ) Arts & Innovation Center (AIC) will co-host the Strobe Artists Exhibition, a unique art gallery event displaying the works of Strobe artists and members of the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts (RRCA), from Sept. 16 to Nov. 12.
The exhibit is “a juried showcase of work by the best visual artists and other creative professionals in the region,” said Jacqueline Sandro-Greenwell, RCSJ director of Fine Arts and Clay College.
Sandro-Greenwell, known by many at the College and in the community for her amazing artistry, has been a Strobe signature artist for two years. Strobe, an initiative of Art C — an organization founded by local artist Bill Horin — is a great resource for showcasing artists as well as a powerful force for arts education, according to Sandro-Greenwell.
“It’s also a place to express a united voice for arts advocacy, marketing, and promotion,” she explained about the group, which is celebrating its 10th anniversary, “and a community where both artists and art lovers can join in meaningful conversation.”
Sandro-Greenwell’s artwork will be on display along with her fellow cohorts. The AIC and the RRCA have established a reputation as two of the premier art galleries in South Jersey.
For more information about programs and exhibits at RCSJ’s Arts & Innovation Center, visit RCSJ.edu/ArtsInnovation.