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On display in the NJCU Visual Arts Gallery until December 14 is “On a Different Page” an exhibit filled with artists’ visions of their works using the book as an art form. Books are an intrinsic part of our culture; and our perceptions of books create intimate experiences, unique to our own personal relationship with these objects. As window into the past, means of communication, treasured object, place for self expression or favorite storybook, books inspire in myriad ways.

“On a Different Page” was curated by Eileen Ferara.

All photos courtesy of Julie Peterson. 

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