Arts

Mariboe Gallery

Having presented world-renowned artists such as Cindy Sherman, Luigi Lucioni, Robert Mapplethorpe, and Ross Bleckner, this small but wonderful gallery space continues to exhibit provocative and engaging art and artists.  The Mariboe Gallery openings are free and open to the public.  For more information contact the gallery’s curator/director, Andrew Harrison.

The Mariboe Gallery is located in the Swig Arts Center on Peddie's campus. Click here for a map of the campus.

Peddie also hosts an online exhibit of Leonard Ross photographs.



Upcoming Events

List of 6 events.

  • Mariboe Gallery: Faculty Art Show

    In addition to teaching a wide variety of visual arts electives at Peddie, Rachel Aisenson, Andrew Harrison, Claudio Middleton and Cathy Watkins maintain their own studio practices and exhibit their own works regionally and nationally. This group exhibition of paintings, drawings, photographs, sculpture and video will present some of their works made in the past few years.
  • Mariboe Gallery: Scott Baxter '75

    Scott Baxter has been a professional photographer for over twenty-five years. His work has been exhibited in the United States, Mexico, and Japan. He has earned numerous awards for his commercial and editorial work. Philanthropy has been an integral part of Mr. Baxter’s photographic career; he has worked with many non-profit organizations, including the United Way, the Arizona Foundation for Blind Children, the Make-a-Wish Foundation, and the Salvation Army. Mr. Baxter is currently working on two long-term documentary photographic projects: the “100 Years 100 Ranchers Project,” in partnership with Through Each Others’ Eyes; and photographing the indigenous peoples of Chiapas, Mexico, for The Peace and Justice Center. Opening reception January 21 at 6:30 pm.
  • Winter Student Art Exhibit

  • Mariboe Gallery: Gina Siepel

    Gina Siepel’s diverse works explore the relationship between process, performance, and the construction of identity, connecting disparate American ideologies, from Thoreauvian ethics to Queer theory to the “self-reliance” championed by the political Right. These investigations draw on the work of such iconic 19th- and early 20th-century American thinkers as Henry David Thoreau, Ralph Waldo Emerson, John James Audubon, Winslow Homer, and Emma Goldman. Siepel integrates her conceptual inquiry with a deep engagement in craftsmanship and a love of materials. Opening reception at 6:30 pm on March 25
  • Spring Student Art Exhibition

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Hightstown, NJ 08520-3349
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