The Visiting Artists’ Program Begins Oct. 2 with Hilary Doyle

Hilary Doyle, an artist, teacher, and curator, will be the first artist hosted as part of the Visiting Artists’ Program this fall.  This series is titled “Professional Practices.”  Doyle’s work includes painting, drawing, printmaking, and sculpture about gender, class, and psychology.  A faculty member at the Rhode Island School of Design and Purchase College, Doyle … Continue reading The Visiting Artists’ Program Begins Oct. 2 with Hilary Doyle

Electric Café performance: Ecosystemic Music & Environmental Art

Join us Tuesday, October 2, 2018 at 10 a.m. in Fine Arts Building room 215 for an Electric Café performance by composer and electronic musician, Scott L. Miller.  Miller’s work is characterized by the use of real-time electronics, structured improvisation, and ecosystemic programming. He will perform a selection of recent live electronic and audio-visual compositions that generally fall under … Continue reading Electric Café performance: Ecosystemic Music & Environmental Art

SkypeOnArt Fall Series Begins Sept. 24

The Department of Fine Arts‘ SkypeOnArt will launch its fall season on Monday, September 24, with a presentation by artist Yuri Suzuki.  Mr. Suzuki “explores the realms of sound through exquisitely designed pieces.  His work looks into the relationship between sound and people, and how music and sound effect their minds.”  SkypeOnArt begins at 11:30 a.m. in … Continue reading SkypeOnArt Fall Series Begins Sept. 24

New RCCA Exhibit “Digital Trash” Now Open

The Digital Studies Center has collaborated with the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts on “Digital Trash,” an exhibition that addresses the material impacts of digital technology and questions how we can create more sustainable digital practices. Dr. James Brown Jr., Director of the Digital Studies Center, and Dr. Robert Emmons Jr., Associate Director of the … Continue reading New RCCA Exhibit “Digital Trash” Now Open

Student Works Gallery Presents “Alternative Nature”

Alternative Nature | August 27 – October 4 Beginning Monday, August 27, the Student Works Gallery (SWG) presents “Alternative Nature,” an exhibit showcasing the photography of Ken Hohing, Assistant Teaching Professor of Art.  Mr. Hohing’s art “represents a continuing desire to investigate many societal taboos associated with our ever-increasing disconnect with nature.”    The gallery is located … Continue reading Student Works Gallery Presents “Alternative Nature”

Register Now for MARCH’s Fall 2018 Historic Preservation Workshops

The Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH) has an exciting slate of fall programming in their Continuing Education in Historic Preservation program.  Ten-week courses include “Introduction to Historic Preservation,” beginning September 5, and “The History of the Delaware Valley’s Built Environment,” beginning September 6.  Five-week courses include “Architectural Sketching,” beginning September 4, and “An … Continue reading Register Now for MARCH’s Fall 2018 Historic Preservation Workshops

“Pulp and Paper” Exhibition Closes Aug. 10

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is hosting a new exhibition titled “Pulp and Paper.”  The exhibit will feature works on/of paper by artists such as Peggy Bacon, Jennifer Bartlett, Lee Bontecou, Salvador Dalí, Yvonne Jacquette, Glenn Ligon, Donna Rae Marder, Marisol, Robert Motherwell, Robert Rauschenberg, Man Ray, Donna Sylvester, Andy Warhol, and others.  These … Continue reading “Pulp and Paper” Exhibition Closes Aug. 10

Chemistry Professor Works with Philadelphia Museum of Art on Conservation Project

Sabbatical leave for faculty often yields impressive research.  For Dr. Georgia Arbuckle-Keil, Professor of Chemistry, her 2017-2018 sabbatical proved no different.  The year was dedicated to an art conservation project with Beth Price, Senior Scientist, and Peggy Olley, Conservator, of the Philadelphia Museum of Art (PMA).  Dr. Arbuckle-Keil served as an advisor on Ms. Price’s … Continue reading Chemistry Professor Works with Philadelphia Museum of Art on Conservation Project

Summer 2018 Mallery Concert Series Continues 6/27

The Summer 2018 Mallery Concert Series continues Wednesday, June 27th, with a performance by the Joe Magnarelli Quartet, comprised of Joe Magnarelli (trumpet); Akiko Tsuruga (jazz organist); Frank Basile (baritone saxophone); and Byron Landham (drums).  Join us at 11:20 a.m. in the Mallery Room, located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building.  Admission is free.   Free … Continue reading Summer 2018 Mallery Concert Series Continues 6/27

Registration Open for Fall Pre-College Arts Program

The Department of Fine Arts presents the Pre-College Arts Program, which is comprised of eight-week courses designed for high school students and taught by university-level faculty. Courses will be offered in the following topics: animation, graphic design, ceramics, pop meets jazz, rock string orchestra, gospel choir, acting on camera, introduction to filmmaking, and film and theatrical special effects.  … Continue reading Registration Open for Fall Pre-College Arts Program