“From the Digital Toolbox” Artist Lecture Rescheduled for 2/20

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is currently showing the exhibition “From the Digital Toolbox” in the Stedman Gallery.  On February 20th, one of the featured artists, Shuli Sadé, will lead a forty-five minute discussion of her work.  Ms. Sadé makes use of photography to explore space, time, and memory.  Her lecture, which is sponsored … Continue reading “From the Digital Toolbox” Artist Lecture Rescheduled for 2/20

“From the Digital Toolbox” Artist Lecture on 2/10

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is currently showing the exhibition “From the Digital Toolbox” in the Stedman Gallery.  On February 10th, one of the featured artists, Nancy Burson, will lead a forty-five minute discussion of her work.  Ms. Burson pioneered morphing technology before the advent of Photoshop, and continues to work with these tools. … Continue reading “From the Digital Toolbox” Artist Lecture on 2/10

The Department of English Celebrates “Sounds of Camden”

The Department of English will host a reception celebrating the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Art’s new exhibit, “Sounds of Camden,” now showing at the Stedman Gallery.  The event is scheduled for Tuesday, October 28th, from 4 p.m. – 6 p.m., at the Stedman Gallery.  All English department faculty, English majors, and graduate English and creative … Continue reading The Department of English Celebrates “Sounds of Camden”

SkypeOnArt Returns on 10/20

The Department of Fine Arts, the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, and the Digital Studies Center have joined together to present SkypeOnArt, a program in its second year. Eco-artist Mary Mattingly will be the guest speaker on Monday, October 20th, during the free period.  The lecture will take place in the Digital Studies Center, Fine Arts 215. … Continue reading SkypeOnArt Returns on 10/20