Thank you for touring our 2021 Student Art & Design Exhibition!

Unbound is an undergraduate exhibition from Seton Hall University. Final artwork is created for educational purposes only and reflects each student’s personal voice.


The exhibition features 138 works of art, representing over 50 students and 19 classes.


The College of Communication and the Arts’ Art, Design and Interactive Multimedia Program prepares students to be conceptual, visual thinkers and active participants in society. The curriculum emphasizes the value of experimentation and personal expression in the creative process. Backed by a liberal arts education, the program is a community focused on educating the whole person while providing the practical experience necessary for a future in art and design. Learn more about the Art, Design and Interactive Multimedia Program here.


For questions regarding the Unbound virtual exhibition, please contact one of our faculty members:

Christine Krus, Professor of Art & Design,
Christine Lhowe, Assistant Professor of Art & Design,
Lauren Schiller, Professor of Fine Art,
William Haney, Professor of Art & Design,

The faculty of the College’s Department of Communication and the Arts pledges unwavering solidarity with our administrators, staff, alumni, students, families, and all our neighboring communities, in speaking and standing firmly against racism. As educators for Newark’s diocesan Catholic university, it is our moral duty to advance social justice, champion diversity, and work toward an anti-racist future, free of violence and oppression. We commit to addressing systemic inequality and strife by engaging students, colleagues, and the University community through active collaboration to improve diversity and inclusion across courses, programs, and the College.