Thursday, February 28, 2013

Beer Art Intervention Project

Anna U. Davis is one of the DMV's hardest working artists. By that I mean that Anna shows a lot of work around the DMV and is a key, active member of the visual arts tapestry that makes the DMV one of the hottest (in spite of the apathy of the press and local museums) visual art scenes on the planet. 

A little like my own hotel art intervention project, Anna has a very cool art beer intervention project going on... she says:
Every time I buy a 6 pack of mixed beers @ S & S liquors @ Takoma Park Metro Station, I will return the cardboard beer carrier to the store with a drawing on it. If you want it, grab it at the store when you buy a mixed 6 pack! Free, oh well you have to pay for the beer! :)
Check them out below... I know that I'm headed there soon to buy some brews - S&S is located at 6925 4th St NW, Washington, DC 20012 and they're gonna start selling a lot of Anna's beer tomorrow and they owe her at least a free six pack once in a while...


Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The Art of Street Portraiture

While traveling in Cuba with National Geographic Expeditions I had the fortunate opportunity to interview a real life ¨fotógrafo minutero¨ that expanded my knowledge on a craft that is used less frequently now a days, but still in Cuba, Argentina and other locations around the world.

The beauty of these fotógrafos minuteros or street portrait photographers, is it’s authentic nature, and it’s ability to develop photos instantly. The liveliness caught with this type of practice, and equipment is something unlike anything else in the photography world used today. It has a raw, yet intimate style all at the same time.
Read  the whole piece (Via) here...

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

The Lilith and Eve (After The Sin) - detail

The Lilith and Eve (After The Sin)
Charcoal and Conte on Paper. 4x12 inches
Will be at SCOPE New York next month!

  • VIP and Press First View, Wednesday, March 6: 3pm – 9pm (By Invitation)


  • Thursday, March 7: 11am - 8pm
  • Friday, March 8: 11am - 8pm
  • Saturday, March 9: 11am - 8pm
  • Sunday, March 10: 11am - 7pm
Skylight at Moynihan Station
New York City Main Post Office
312 West 33rd Street
New York, NY 10001

Monday, February 25, 2013

The Virgin Mary as Superhero

Meet ‘Super Mary’, a pop culture version of her former self, part of a series by French artist, Soasig Chamaillard, who restores and transforms damaged statues, either donated or discovered in garage sales.
Details and lots more versions of this artist's work here

By the way, those of us who have been to Artomatic over the years, know that there is an Artomatic artist whose name escapes me now, that several years ago did this idea first (if I recall correctly in more than one Artomatic) where instead of the Virgin's statue, he used statues of The Christ, which he then transformed into a whole array of new versions of Jesus that a few centuries ago would have merited frying at the stake.

If anyone recalls that artist's name, please leave it in the comments!

Sunday, February 24, 2013

Spiderman Naked

Spiderman Naked - 2013 by F. Lennox Campello
Spiderman Naked
Charcoal and conte on paper
14 x 8 inches. 2013
Will be part of the "Superheroes" exhibition at SCOPE NY next month. Booth J09.

  • VIP and Press First View, Wednesday, March 6: 3pm – 9pm (By Invitation)
  • Thursday, March 7: 11am - 8pm
  • Friday, March 8: 11am - 8pm
  • Saturday, March 9: 11am - 8pm
  • Sunday, March 10: 11am - 7pm
Skylight at Moynihan Station
New York City Main Post Office
312 West 33rd Street
New York, NY 10001

Portlandia mocks postmodernism

Labeling everyday objects as postmodern "art" is dangerous, as the creators of Portlandia demonstrated last week.

Check it out here.

Saturday, February 23, 2013

Rousseau reviews

Dr. Claudia Rousseau has a couple of really good reviews in The Gazette (which is owned by the Washington Post) here.

The Wapo, since they own The Gazette, often reprint Gazette articles in the WaPo, but have never re-used an art review, which I find odd, considering that Dr. Rousseau, an award winning writer, is one of the most talented art writers around and already in their employ.

It's a good thing that Mark Jenkins is doing a GREAT job at the WaPo since he took over the freelance arts coverage job from Jessica Dawson, but one would think that once in a while the WaPo would augment the visual arts coverage with a Gazette review here and there.

If you don't get it... you don't get it!

(e)merge back this October

The third edition of (e)merge takes place October 3-6, 2013 at the Rubell Family's Capitol Skyline Hotel, in Washington, DC.

Details here.

Yap, yap, yap

F. Lennox Campello giving a talk on Artomatic 2013 - Photographer Unknown
The kid doing what he loves to best and a genetically programmed function on all Homo Cubanesis: exercising his gums at the recent talk at the Edison Gallery on the subject of Artomatic.

Wanna go to an opening tonight?

“Transmission” (meaning light falling through glass) - an exhibition of work by the very talented DMV area artist Nancy Donnelly opens this evening, 7-9 PM. 

There's an artist talk at 8PM.
Common Ground Gallery.
150 Gibbs St.
Rockville (part of Rockville Center).

There’s a metro stop nearby, and also a big parking garage close by. 

Also a ton of great restaurants and bars in a very pedestrian friendly zone - if you haven't been to the "new" Rockville downtown in a while, prepare to be surprised.

Artists: OUT OF ORDER is coming...


Maryland Art Place's annual spring benefit, silent auction and party!

Out of Order, one of MAP's most celebrated annual events, is right around the corner. Join them to view and bid on works from a wide range of regional artists—from emerging and students artists to established professionals.

Available for $45 at the door or online through

Offered at three levels this year! $250 | $500 | $1,000
Contact Emily Sollenberger for additional information or view the form here.

Any artist is welcome to hang one original work in the silent auction exhibition. Installation takes place on a first-come, first-served basis on Tuesday, April 2nd from 7a - midnight. For details, visit  I always do this and I always sell my piece!

Mark your calendars for Friday, April 5th and stay connected with for more information & details!
2013 OOO Committee: Morgan Gilligan - Chair, Robbye Apperson, Niki Ballard, Karen Bokram, Liz Wade Cairns, G. Brian Comes, Suzi Cordish, Dawn Gavin, Ted Hart, Chris Janian, Peter Kilpe, Nate Larson, Stacey Murray, Tiffani Norris, Harris Peace, Sam Polakoff, Amy Eva Raehse, Jon Royce, Lucky Thompson, Jessica D'Argenio Waller

Friday, February 22, 2013

Gleason on Charity Auctions

There is a tradition of auctioning original works of art donated by artists to raise money for charitable causes. There are many good causes that hold such events. No matter how good the causes, though, I have come to the conclusion that artists must stop donating to every single one of them.

Don't ever donate your art to a charity auction again. Half a century of charity art auctions have changed the way collectors buy art. These fundraisers have depressed prices of art across the board and kept artists in a subordinate position that has no career upside or benefits.
Read the article in the HuffPost here.

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Artists and Obamacare

 What, exactly, can be expected now that the ACA is moving forward? Data from a report by the group Leveraging Investments in Creativity specifically lays  out how artists could be affected by the President's new health care law, based on data about creative workers and their situation. Since the Supreme Court has officially upheld the law, ARTINFO broke out a few parts that are most likely to affect the arts community:
 Details here.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

Amy Lin's new show at Addison Ripley

March 2 -April 27, 2013

opening reception for the artist,  
Saturday, March 2, 5-7pm 

3D pen?

The World’s First 3D Printing Pen that Lets you Draw Sculptures!!!

 Come again?

 Just see it here... 

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

2013 Sondheim Semi-Finalists

Big field for Baltimore's Sondheim Prize semis... just. to show how new and thus strong this Baltimore-centric small army is, I've bolded the artists' whose work is familiar to me. This is a good, fresh thing -- my kudos to the Sondheim!

A Baltimore art prize takes care of its own! Imagine that!
Laura Amussen, Towson, MD
Catherine Borg, Baltimore, MD
Gabriela Bulisova, Alexandria, VA
Amanda Burnham, Baltimore, MD
Dustin Carlson, Baltimore, MD
Lynn Cazabon, Baltimore, MD
Cindy Cheng, Baltimore, MD
Mina Cheon, Baltimore, MD
Wesley Clark, Hyattsville, MD
Sarada Conaway, Baltimore, MD
Ricardo Contreras, Baltimore, MD
Larry Cook, Landover Hills, MD
Hoesy Corona, Baltimore, MD
Caitlin Cunningham, Baltimore, MD
Frank Day, Washington, DC
Erika Diehl, Baltimore, MD
Lisa Dillin, Baltimore, MD
Amy Finkelstein, Takoma Park, MD
FORCE Upsetting Rape Culture, Baltimore, MD
(Rebecca Nagle & Hannah Brancato)
Zoe Friedman, Baltimore, MD
Lorenzo Gattorna & Mary Ancel, Baltimore, MD
Marian Glebes, Baltimore, MD
Clarissa Gregory, Baltimore, MD
Joshua Haycraft, Washington, DC
Jeff Hensley, Ellicott City, MD
Hedieh Ilchi, Rockville, MD
Brian Kain, Emmitsburg, MD
Jordan Kasey, Baltimore, MD
Dean Kessmann, Washington, DC
Sung Hwa Kim, Baltimore, MD
David Knopp, Baltimore, MD
Nate Larson, Baltimore, MD
Jonathan Latiano, Baltimore, MD
Kimberly Llerena, Baltimore, MD
Curtis Miller, Baltimore, MD
A. Moon, Baltimore, MD
Jeffrey Moser, Lancaster, PA
Charles Norton, Baltimore, MD
Louie Palu, Washington, DC
Mark Parascandola, Washington, DC
Ruth Pettus, Baltimore, MD
Benjamin Piwowar, Baltimore, MD
Tatjana Plitt, Odenton, MD
Steve Prince, Silver Spring, MD
Adam Rush, Baltimore, MD
Miguel Sabogal, Baltimore, MD
Dan Steinhilber, Washington, DC
Adejoke Tugbiyele, Baltimore, MD
Stewart Watson, Baltimore, MD
Melissa Webb, Baltimore, MD
Karen Yasinsky, Tilghman, MD

Next month in NYC: Judith with the head of Holofernes

"Judith with the head of Holofernes" is a charcoal drawing with an embedded digital presentation.

The "heads" of Holofernes rotate inside Judith's sack, showing the heads of the hateful leaders of some of the contemporary (still oppressed) nations of the ancient Assyrian Empire, who a few thousand years later still want to destroy Israel (their leaders that is)... we see Ahmadinejad, Khamenei, Muqtada al-Sadr, Assad, Morsi, Rafsanjani, etc.

The piece measures 16.75 x 12 inches and will be matted and framed to a larger size and (unless some savvy collector buys it between now and then) it will make its exhibition debut at Scope New York next March, where it is sure to piss off a lot of anti-Semites.

Judith with the head of Holofernes by F. Lennox Campello

Judith with the head of Holofernes by F. Lennox Campello

Judith with the head of Holofernes by F. Lennox Campello

Judith with the head of Holofernes by F. Lennox Campello

Judith with the head of Holofernes by F. Lennox Campello

Judith with the head of Holofernes by F. Lennox Campello

Monday, February 18, 2013

Opportunity for Artists

Deadline: April 5, 2013

The Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center located in historic downtown Frederick, Mayland announces the 2013 Annual Juried Exhibit. Dates: May 4 - June 23. 

Open to any artist living or working in the United States, all media is eligible, no size restrictions. $1150 in prize money awarded, $500 first prize. Juror: Gerald Ross, Director of Exhibitions at the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) in Baltimore, Maryland. 

For details on how to enter visit this website.

Dental care for artists

Maryland Art Place is partnering with students of the dental hygiene program at The Community College of Baltimore County – Dundalk Campus. Patients pay $20 for a professional checkup and cleaning (no insurance required). X-rays available at an additional cost. Please ask about discounts for current students and senior citizens.

Take advantage of this special opportunity if you are an artist in need of:
  •      dental checkup
  •      teeth cleaning
  •      x-rays
For more information visit or contact Julie Smith, 443.717.1617,

Sunday, February 17, 2013

The Batman Naked

The Batman Naked - A drawing by F. Lennox Campello
The Batman Naked
Charcoal and Conte on Paper
34 x 8 inches
2013 by F. Lennox Campello
Will be exhibited at SCOPE NEW YORK next month as part of the "Superheroes" exhibition - Booth J09!

Bruce Wayne: The Trapped Batman

Trapped Batman by Simon Monk
Bruce Wayne: Trapped Batman
30x30 cm. Oil and Alkyds on Wood. 2013 by Simon Monk
This new work by British artist Simon Monk will be part of the curated exhibition "Superheroes" at the SCOPE Art Fair New York next month in NYC.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

New Arts Center to Open in Anacostia

ARCH Development Corporation (ADC) announces the Anacostia Arts Center, coming spring 2013 to Historic Anacostia. Designed to be a community arts nucleus, the Anacostia Arts Center will bring approximately 10,000 square feet of creative commercial space to Good Hope Road SE. Conveniently located at the south end of the 11th Street Bridge between Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue SE and 13th Street SE, the Anacostia Arts Center will bring independent creative projects together under one roof.

Anacostia Arts Center will occupy the street level of 1231 Good Hope Road SE, formally the ARCH Training Center. The property is divided up into spaces connected by a main hall, with common lounge areas in the front and rear of the building. 

Currently under construction, the space will include: a built-out black box theater, the American Poetry Museum Reading Room, the short-term creative rental facility Blank Space SE, a coffee shop & juice bar, three gallery rental spaces, and two boutique/wellness center rental spaces. Now accepting proposals and lease applications: the black box theater, all gallery and boutique/wellness center spaces, coffee shop & juice bar.

Duane Gautier, CEO of ADC, explains his vision for the center: "This project will assist in transforming the Anacostia neighborhood into a place people recognize as an arts destination."

Anacostia Arts Center represents the newest effort by ADC to revitalize Historic Anacostia by providing opportunities for the creative economy to flourish in the area. The organization's work in the neighborhood began with job training, housing, and micro-lending programs more than 20years ago. The focus expanded to the arts in 2007, with ADC's opening of its first art gallery in the area, Honfleur Gallery. In 2009, Vivid Solutions DC Archival Print Lab opened, followed by the accompanying fine art photography and digital art exhibition space, The Gallery at Vivid Solutions. ADC produced its first large-scale community arts festival LUMEN8Anacostia in April 2012 and its return is scheduled for June 22, 2013. In summer 2012 Honfleur Gallery established the Annual East of the River Distinguished Artist Award. The Anacostia Playhouse, formally the H St. Playhouse, relocated to Shannon Place SE with assistance from ADC. It is also slated to open in spring 2013.

Calling it a "natural addition to an already flourishing art culture" in Anacostia and predicting that it will be a destination for residents and nonresidents," ANC Commissioner 8A06 Kendall Graham said, "The establishment of the Anacostia Arts Center, along with the opening of the Anacostia Playhouse and second annual LUMEN8Anacostia festival, will only add to the momentum of Anacostia's renaissance."

ADC's Director of Business Development Nikki Peele pointed out that the location of the Anacostia Arts Center directly above The HIVE 2.0 will be mutually beneficial to both projects. She said, "The HIVE 2.0 is about providing an environment for innovators, visionaries, and entrepreneurs to collaborate and thrive. Having the Anacostia Arts Center in the same building as The HIVE 2.0 is a huge asset in making our space more attractive, more dynamic, and more cutting edge for the entrepreneurs that call our small business incubators home."

With the Anacostia Arts Center, ADC intends to further diversify the arts landscape in Historic Anacostia by providing the space and start-up support for other arts organizations to lay down roots in the community.

Friday, February 15, 2013

Wanna see the asteroid?

Today, an asteroid about the size of the Statue of Liberty but named 2012 DA14 will zip by only 17,200 miles from Earth. You won’t be able to see it with the naked eye, but you'll be able to check it out online via any of the links below (Via EarthSky):
Bareket Observatory in Israel is offering a free live webcast of the close approach on February 15 beginning at 20:15 UTC (2:15 p.m. Central Time in the U.S.), for a duration of about 3 hours. For more information, visit Baraket Observatory’s website. You’ll be automatically transfered to the live images, during the event.

Clay Center Observatory will offer real-time high-definition video, weather permitting, beginning at 1:00 UTC on February 16 (5 p.m. CST on February 15). Clay Center Observatory’s Ustream channel is here.
NASA Television will provide commentary starting at 19:00 UTC (1 p.m. CST) on February 15. The commentary will be streamed live online at and

Slooh Space Camera will cover the asteroid’s near-approach on Friday, February 15, with several live shows, free to the public, starting at 02:00 UTC on February 16 (8 p.m. CST). Find international times for Slooh at Slooh will also have real-time commentary from their own Paul Cox, astronomer and author Bob Berman, and Prescott Observatory manager Matt Francis. Visit Slooh’s event page here.

Virtual Telescope Project, which calls itself “the most active facility in the world in astronomical science and education,” will also be following 2012 DA14 on February 15. Check out Virtual Telescope’s event page here.

Bethesda Painting Awards

Deadline: Friday, February 22, 2013. 

The Bethesda Arts& Entertainment District is currently accepting applications for the seventh annual Bethesda Painting Awards. Up to nine finalists will be selected to display their work in an exhibition during the month of June at Gallery B in downtown Bethesda, and the top four winners will receive $14,000 in prize monies. Best in Show will be awarded $10,000; Second Place will be honored with $2,000 and Third Place will receive $1,000. Additionally, a “Young Artist” whose birthday is after February 22, 1983 may be awarded $1,000. 

Artists must be 18 years of age or older and residents of Maryland, Virginia or Washington, D.C. All original 2-D paintings including oil, acrylic, watercolor, gouache, encaustic and mixed media will be accepted. The maximum dimensions should not exceed 60 inches in width or 84 inches in height. No reproductions. Artwork must have been completed within the last two years and must be available for the duration of the exhibit. 

Each artist must submit 5 slides, application and a non-refundable fee of $25. Digital entries will be accepted in JPG, GIF or PNG format. For a complete application, please visit, send a self-addressed stamped envelope to:

Bethesda Painting Awards
c/o Bethesda Arts & Entertainment District
7700 Old Georgetown Road
Bethesda, MD 20814

Or call 301-215-6660 x117.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

As 2012 DA14 comes by tomorrow...

When you see computer-generated images of asteroid 2012 DA14′s February 15, 2013 close flyby – showing the asteroid near Earth in space, seen from a distant vantage point – you might see the Earth, the asteroid, perhaps the sun, and maybe a few other planets.

Here is another way to picture Earth and close-passing asteroids, from Armagh Observatory in Northern Ireland. The image below is near-Earth space today – February 13, 2013. It shows all the objects currently within 0.3 AU of Earth – that’s 45 million kilometers – or about 30 million miles – or about one-third of the distance between us and the sun. The red oval around Earth represents 3.84 million kilometers, or 10 lunar distances. 
 Read the whole story on EarthSky here... and if you wanna laugh at a TV talking head, CNN’s Deborah Feyerick wanted to know if it was all because of global warming... see that here...

Call to Artists

Deadline: February 28, 2013
TheMitchell Gallery, St. John's College in Annapolis, MD announces a call to artists for a national juried art exhibition, May 29 - June 19, 2013. 
Cash Awards of $2,000. 
Accepting entries in all media. Jurors: Joann G. Moser, Smithsonian American Art Museum, and Jack Rasmussen, Katzen Arts Center at American University, Washington, D.C. Online sales gallery. 
Open to artists living in the USA and Puerto Rico. See prospectus for details here$40 for three works. 
Questions? Contact Hydee Schaller at or call 410-626-2556.

Out of Order

Friday, APRIL 5, 2013

Maryland Art Place is thrilled to announce the return of Out of Order, the much-anticipated Do-It-Yourself spring benefit exhibition, silent auction and party!

One of Baltimore’s most celebrated annual events, Out of Order is a one-night-only opportunity for collectors to acquire contemporary art at outrageously low silent auction prices. Both emerging and established artists present their original work in a first-come-first-served salon style exhibition, covering the walls of MAP’s Power Plant Live! gallery space. Artists and art lovers mix and mingle while enjoying music, wine, beer, signature cocktail and lite fare. Last year, nearly 300 artists took part in the silent auction exhibition and hundreds of guests gathered for the event! Proceeds from art sales are split mutually between MAP and the artist. Revenue generated at Out of Order directly supports MAP’s programming throughout the year.

MAP is also excited to partner again this year with the Art Connection in the Capital Region, offering artists the opportunity to donate their unsold work to a valuable organization that places donated works in the facilities of not-for-profit social service organizations:

IMPRINT: For the second year, MAP will launch an amazing opportunity for one, select artist to be part of the IMPRINT artwork replication program. Launched through Out of Order this program offers prominent promotion of a singularly, selected artwork. Editioned replications will be sold throughout 2013 and the selected artist will be highlighted on the MAP website. Submissions will be accepted through March 1 with the selected work featured for sale at the April 5th event. 

How to Get Tickets
Purchase Tickets Online:
Current MAP Members must call or email to reserve their tickets.  New or renewing members must join MAP by March 22 to receive complimentary ticket(s) to the event. Artist/Student/Individual members receive 1 Free Ticket ($45 value); higher membership levels receive 2 Free Tickets ($90 value). No tickets are mailed; names of ticket holders are held at the door.

How Artists Can Participate
All Artists are invited to participate. During the thrilling One Day Only, Do-It-Yourself installation, April 2, 7am – midnight, each participating artist hangs one original piece in the MAP galleries. For submission guidelines, please visit MAP’s website

Note: Artists are asked to support MAP by paying $10 to participate in Out of Order. Each participating artist receives one free ticket to the April 5 event.

Workshop on taxes and financial planning

Date: February 28, 2013, 6:00pm - 8:00pm

Location: Washington Project for the Arts, Capitol Skyline Hotel, 10 I (eye) Street, SW, Washington, DC 20024

To Attend: The workshop is free for WPA members, with a $5.00 reservation fee for non-members. To RSVP, contact Membership Manager Christopher Cunetto by e-mail at or by phone at 202.234.7103 x 2.
Seating is limited.
Join Washington Project for the Arts and The Capital Area Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, at WPA's new home in the Capitol Skyline Hotel, for a workshop on taxes and financial planning specifically geared towards artists and their unique challenges. Presenters from the Chamber will instruct attendees on the step-by-step basics of how to organize one's finances as an artist, from when to consider setting up a business account to how to keep track of your cash flow. Attendees will also learn how to tackle their taxes, focusing on the specific issues artists face such as multiple income sources and types, tax forms, and what deductions an artist may claim.

Denise R. Bump, CRPC, CMFC
Denise has been a financial advisor with Ameriprise (formerly American Express) for over thirteen years, with twelve years as a franchise owner. During that time Denise grew her practice from her role as sole practitioner to its current ensemble of three advisors, one para planner and one client service coordinator. Her practice, Bump & Associates, specializes in providing comprehensive advice to individuals, couples and small business owners on topics ranging from retirement planning to insurances, domestic partner planning to estate planning and tax planning. Prior to her work with Ameriprise, Denise ran a feminist bookstore in Dupont Circle for over 15 years, an experience she credits with giving her a unique perspective and understanding on the financial dynamics of a small business. These small business challenges translate easily to the challenges facing artists as they both have the need to manage cash flow, minimize taxes, and save for the short and long term while trying to create and sell product.

Brian Haney, CLTC, CFS 
Brian has been in the Financial Services Business for 10 years, having spent the beginning of his career in Banking and Securities. As a native of the Washington area, Brian grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland, attending high school in Bethesda, Maryland. After graduating in 3 years from Indiana University, he began his career in Banking & Securities. Mr. Haney moved to his current firm, MassMutual of Greater Washington, over 5 years ago to work exclusively as a Broker serving a diverse range of clients in the market. 
This workshop is presented in collaboration with The Capital Area Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce.

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Tonight is the night!

See ya there!

Opportunity for artists doing Hair

Deadline:  March 8, 2013 (postmarked).  

Exhibition on display 9/3/13 – 12/24/13. This exhibition will be accompanied by an exhibition catalog. 

Hair grows everywhere on the human body except the palms of the hands, soles of the feet, eyelids, and lips.  This exhibition will explore ideas about hair in many ways, including cultural, anthropological, historical and physical. 

A proposal should consist of: 
1. Statement – what is the rationale behind the exhibition? 
2. Resume(s) of all people involved (including name, address, email, telephone number). 
3. A CD with images (JPEG format, any size). 
4. A list of works with title, date, medium, dimensions.   

Proposal materials should be posted to: 

Exhibition Department
Paul Robeson Galleries
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey
350 Martin Luther King Blvd
Newark, NJ 07102

Details here.