Surrealist David Keefe To Offer Insights At WCCC Oct. 20

One of artist David Keefe's surrealist paintings, which are currently on exhibit at Warren County Community College. He will lead a free lecture on Oct. 20.
David Keefe, a renowned artist who developed the nationally recognized Combat Paper NJ (CPNJ) at the Printmaking Center of New Jersey, will be the guest lecturer at Warren County Community College on Oct. 20.

The lecture, which begins at 7:30 p.m., is open to the public and free to attend and will be held on the college’s main campus on Route 57 in Washington Township.

Keefe, a veteran, noted educator, and activist, has built CPNJ into an award-winning program. CPNJ is a community art project that brings veterans and non-veterans together to make paper and art out of military uniforms, ultimately to publicly share the veteran experience and change the culture of the “silent veteran.”

Keefe, whose own works are now in exhibit at WCCC in the Upstairs Gallery, currently holds the position of Senior Assistant Dean for Veteran Initiatives at Columbia University’s School of General Studies.

The lecture will be held in Room ABC123.

For further information, contact Tracy DiTolla, Art Lecturer at WCCC,, or 908-835-9222. For additional information about WCCC and its varied programs, visit

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