Spring 2024 Cooper Street Writing Workshops Open for Registration

This spring, the Writers House will sponsor multiple one-day and multi-day Cooper Street Writing Workshops: “Pens with Benefits,” taught by Alina Pleskova  Saturday, February 24, from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.  The Writers House, 305 Cooper Street $60 general/$10 for Camden residents and Rutgers–Camden students “Jump-Start Your Fiction,” taught by Stephanie Manuzak Saturday, March 2, from 10 … Continue reading Spring 2024 Cooper Street Writing Workshops Open for Registration

MFA Organization to Host Writer Jenzo DuQue on Feb. 23

The MFA Organization will host their Local and Visiting Writers Series on Friday, February 23, hosting writer, editor, and teacher Jenzo DuQue. He will present, “Sustaining Creative Practice.”  Drawing from Peter Elbow’s Writing With Power and Felicia Rose Chavez’s The Anti-Racist Writing Workshop, this lecture will focus on the process of writing, rather than the products. By learning how to embrace … Continue reading MFA Organization to Host Writer Jenzo DuQue on Feb. 23

Chancellor Tillis to Present A Special Black History Month Lecture on Feb. 22

Chancellor Antonio D. Tillis will present a Black History Month lecture, titled “Black and Hispanic/Latino: Challenges to Embracing a Pluralistic, Multi-Ethnic, Multi-Racial, Multi-Cultural Consciousness in the United States” on Thursday, February 22 at 12:45 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Campus Center. If you plan to attend, please register here. All are welcome to attend this special … Continue reading Chancellor Tillis to Present A Special Black History Month Lecture on Feb. 22

Pyxis Piano Trio to Perform Feb. 21

The Spring 2024 Mallery Concert Series continues on Wednesday, February 21, with a performance by the Pyxis Piano Trio. The concert begins at 11:20 a.m. in the Mallery Room of the Fine Arts Building.  The Mallery Concert Series is presented by the Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts. Dr. Joseph C. Schiavo is the Artistic Director of the Mallery … Continue reading Pyxis Piano Trio to Perform Feb. 21

Summer Session Registration Now Open

Summer 2024 registration for all students will open Monday, February 12. The first session begins Tuesday, May 28. The Summer 2024 semester ends on Wednesday, August 14. To learn how to register, view the tuition and payment schedule, and to see course listings, visit the Summer Session 2024 website. Questions may be directed to the … Continue reading Summer Session Registration Now Open

Registration is Open for the Virtual Conference “Joy… and Pain”

The Black German Heritage and Research Association, the Africana Studies Program, and the Rutgers University Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice will present the virtual conference “Joy… and Pain” from February 22-23, 2024. Keynote speakers at this event include Malick Bauer, Mariama Diagne, Peggy Piesche, Lena Whooo, and Oliver Hardt.  Registration is now … Continue reading Registration is Open for the Virtual Conference “Joy… and Pain”

Noel Cross’ Student Works Gallery Exhibit “Life in Plastic, It’s Fantastic” Now Open

Opening Tuesday, January 16, 2024, the Department of Visual, Media, and Performing Arts‘ Student Works Gallery presents “Life in Plastic, It’s Fantastic,” by Noel Cross, CCAS ’20. Noel Cross’ most recent works are grounded in research exploring American commodity culture, the investigation of collective cultural memory and challenging learned assumptions. The work honors the tradition of … Continue reading Noel Cross’ Student Works Gallery Exhibit “Life in Plastic, It’s Fantastic” Now Open

Margery Amdur’s “Seams to be Constructed” Exhibit Now Open

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ (RCCA) exhibition, Seams to be Constructed, will be available for viewing at the Stedman Gallery starting Tuesday, January 16, 2024, and closing Friday, April 12, 2024.  Margery Amdur, Professor of Art, serves as the gallery’s Artist-in-Residence. In Seams to be Constructed, she will transform the Stedman Gallery into an artist studio and … Continue reading Margery Amdur’s “Seams to be Constructed” Exhibit Now Open