Mother and Daughter Share Similar Experiences at Rutgers–Camden

Anna LaRue, a marketing-turned-art major who is in her fourth semester at Rutgers–Camden, grew up hearing her mother’s happy memories of her time at Rutgers–Camden. Erin Lewis, who earned a bachelor of arts in English degree in 2001, “loved her time at Rutgers–Camden, particularly working on the school paper, The Gleaner.” Erin started as a … Continue reading Mother and Daughter Share Similar Experiences at Rutgers–Camden

Horror Film Course Students Attend Screening of “Greta” with Top Director Neil Jordan

With the Oscars just broadcasted, movie fans are abuzz about what the Academy nailed and missed. This year, the horror film was noticeably absent – especially since the previous year’s ceremony granted accolades to the revisionist horror film Get Out (2017), with nominations for Best Picture, Best Actor (Daniel Kaluuya), Best Director (Jordan Peele), and … Continue reading Horror Film Course Students Attend Screening of “Greta” with Top Director Neil Jordan

Join us on Feb. 13 for an Evening with Novelist and Film and Television Writer/Producer Joe Gangemi

Join us on Wednesday, February 13, for an evening with novelist and film and television writer/producer Joe Gangemi. Among his films are Stonehearst Asylum, starring Kate Beckinsale, Michael Caine, and Ben Kingsley, Go With Me, starring Anthony Hopkins, and Wind Chill, starring Emily Blunt. He co-created and executive-produced the Amazon Studios original comedy, Red Oaks, starring Paul Reiser, Jennifer Grey, and … Continue reading Join us on Feb. 13 for an Evening with Novelist and Film and Television Writer/Producer Joe Gangemi

Registration Open for Arts Day

The Department of Fine Arts will host its Fall Open House – Arts Day on Saturday, October 20, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Arts Day is an opportunity for prospective first-year and transfer students to learn about the undergraduate programs offered through the Department of Fine Arts.  During Arts Day, students will receive a … Continue reading Registration Open for Arts Day

Join us for the Screening of the Documentary “Quest” on Apr. 11

All are invited to attend a free viewing of the documentary Quest: A Portrait of an American Family, a critically-acclaimed and award-winning film by director Jon Olshefski.  The film tells the story of the Rainey family of North Philadelphia, who are nurturing a community of hip-hop artists in their home music studio.  Following the film, there … Continue reading Join us for the Screening of the Documentary “Quest” on Apr. 11

SkypeOnArt Continues 2/12 with Artist and Filmmaker Natalie Bookchin

The Department of Fine Arts‘ SkypeOnArt will continue its spring season on Monday, February 12th, with a presentation by artist and filmmaker Natalie Bookchin.  Ms. Bookchin “interrogates the American crisis and its increased inequality and polarization as well as the seismic impact of the digital tools and platforms that determine the shape and texture of contemporary life.”  … Continue reading SkypeOnArt Continues 2/12 with Artist and Filmmaker Natalie Bookchin

Register Today for a Viewing and Discussion of a Healthcare Documentary on Feb. 28

International healthcare executive Suzanne Garber, CCAS ’92, produced, wrote, and directed the short documentary “Gauze: Unraveling Global Healthcare” which focuses on the quality of care and patient outcomes in countries around the world as compared to the United States.   Join us for a light dinner, viewing of the film, and a panel discussion comprised of … Continue reading Register Today for a Viewing and Discussion of a Healthcare Documentary on Feb. 28

Viewing of “Timbuktu” and Panel Discussion on Feb. 12

As part of the Black History Month celebration and the twentieth anniversary of the Center for African Studies at Rutgers University, the Africana Studies Program will host a viewing of Timbuktu, a 2014 film by Abderrahmane Sissoko, and a panel discussion.  The panelists include Dr. Carolyn Brown, Professor of History at Rutgers University; Guy Weston of … Continue reading Viewing of “Timbuktu” and Panel Discussion on Feb. 12

Pre-College Arts Program Begins 2/17

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. Available courses will be offered in animation, graphic design, oil painting, guitar and jazz studies, rock string orchestra, vocal arts, acting, filmmaking, and special effects in theater.  Classes will … Continue reading Pre-College Arts Program Begins 2/17

Join us on 2/1 for the Black History Month Kick-Off and M.K. Asante Keynote Address

All are welcome to join Rutgers University–Camden on Thursday, February 1st, as the celebration of Black History Month begins.   At 12:45 p.m. in the Campus Center’s Multi-Purpose Room, Sandra Turner-Barnes, a poet, fiction writer, lyricist, will present “Critical, Little Known Truths, Regarding African Enslavement within the State of New Jersey.”  Presented by the Africana Studies … Continue reading Join us on 2/1 for the Black History Month Kick-Off and M.K. Asante Keynote Address