Tag: Margery Amdur

Art Professor to Lead Student Workshop in Latvia

Art Professor to Lead Student Workshop in Latvia

By Tom McLaughlin Her inspired, mixed-media constructions have appeared in solo and group exhibitions and installations throughout the world. Her original artwork hangs prominently in the U.S. Embassy in Suriname and in the personal collection of U.S. Ambassador to Latvia Nancy Pettit. And she has served as both an instructor and mentor to countless students, […]

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Worth the Wait: Student Health Services Receives New Student- And Alumni-Created Art Mural

Worth the Wait: Student Health Services Receives New Student- And Alumni-Created Art Mural

By Tom McLaughlin Visitors to the Student Health Services office at Rutgers University–Camden will have a “brighter” and perhaps more cheerful wait, thanks to a new student- and alumni-created art mural that now adorns the walls. Throughout the summer, Emily Ramos, a graphic design major; Logan Fleig, a digital studies major; and Jacob Foster, a […]

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Professor’s Artwork Selected for Display at New U.S. Embassy in Suriname

Professor’s Artwork Selected for Display at New U.S. Embassy in Suriname

By Tom McLaughlin Over the course of her distinguished career, Margery Amdur has served as a veritable ambassador of the arts. The associate professor of art at Rutgers University–Camden has displayed her inspired, mixed-media constructions in solo and group exhibitions and installations throughout the world, while offering countless students insight into her intuitive, meticulous, and […]

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Professor’s Art Installation on Display at Philadelphia International Airport

Professor’s Art Installation on Display at Philadelphia International Airport

Rutgers–Camden Professor Margery Amdur’s latest mixed-media masterpiece, “My Nature,” is now on display for the reflection and enjoyment of passersby in Terminal C at Philadelphia International Airport.

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The Light of Day: Graduate Paints Outdoor Mural for Camden Children’s Garden

The Light of Day: Graduate Paints Outdoor Mural for Camden Children’s Garden

Truth be told, says Sarah Germani, there was a not-so-distant time ago when she would have never dreamed of showing her artwork in public. She was more likely to hide her paintings at home, than to ever let them see the light of day, recalls the 2015 graduate of Rutgers–Camden with a bachelor’s degree in […]

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