Dr. Michael Edmondson will present “Surfing the Chaotic Ocean: How to Succeed with your Liberal Arts Degree,” a conversation about careers for liberal arts majors, on Wednesday, November 20th, during the free period, in Armitage 121. This event is sponsored by the Department of English.
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“Sounds of the UK” Comes to Rutgers-Camden
On Tuesday, November 12th, join us for the next installment of the Electric Café series. The concert, “Sounds from the UK,” will feature music from Neal Farwell, Adrian Moore, and Rutgers-Camden’s Mark Zaki, Assistant Professor of Music. The concert is free, and will be held in the Stedman Gallery during the free period.
Rutgers-Camden Theater Program Presents “You Can’t Take It With You”
The Rutgers–Camden Theater Program kicks off their 2013-2014 Season with a production of George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart’s classic comedy, You Can’t Take It With You. Performances will run from Wednesday, November 13th through Sunday, November 17th at 7:30pm in the Walter K. Gordon Theater located on the Rutgers–Camden Campus. There will also be … Continue reading Rutgers-Camden Theater Program Presents “You Can’t Take It With You”…
“Reel Vulnerabilty”: Rutgers-Camden Presents a Lecture on Gender in American Film and TV
Dr. Sarah Hagelin from the University of Colorado-Denver will lecture on “Power, Pain, and Gender in Contemporary American Film and Television” on Thursday, November 14th, from 6 p.m. – 7:30 p.m., in Armitage Hall, Room 121. The subject matter is the topic of Dr. Hagelin’s forthcoming book from Rutgers University Press. This event is sponsored … Continue reading “Reel Vulnerabilty”: Rutgers-Camden Presents a Lecture on Gender in American Film and TV…
Rutgers-Camden Presents “SkypeOnArt” this Fall
This fall, the Rutgers-Camden community will have the opportunity to learn from and speak to artists who are based in places as far away as Australia, Germany, and Serbia, through the new “SkypeOnArt” program. Learn more about this new program and see the schedule at NewsNow.
Mallery Concert Series Kicks Off New Season on September 18th
The annual Mallery Concert Series at Rutgers–Camden begins its new season on Wednesday, September 18th, with a performance by pianist Clipper Erickson and violinist Andrew Kirkman. The concert begins at 12:15 p.m. in the Mallery Room, located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building. For the full Fall 2013 concert schedule, visit NewsNow.
IndaPlant Project Allows Plants to Move Freely on Robotic Carriages
Learn more about the project that Elizabeth Demaray, Associate Professor of Fine Arts, is working on at Rutgers-Camden NewsNow: https://news.camden.rutgers.edu/2013/09/branching-out-indaplant-project-allows-plants-to-move-freely-on-robotic-carriages/
Ken Elliott Receives Great Review from NY Times for The Mystery of Irma Vep
Ken Elliot, Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Fine Arts, received a rave review from the New York Times for his recent production of The Mystery of Irma Vep. Click the links below to view the NY Times review and other reviews. The NY Times Review: In a Melodramatic Whodunit, Change Is Good Newsday … Continue reading Ken Elliott Receives Great Review from NY Times for The Mystery of Irma Vep…
Margery Amdur’s Work Showcased in Solo Exhibition at The Noyes Museum of Art of Stockton College
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We R Rutgers-Camden: Linda Ramsay
The professors at Rutgers-Camden “were interested in the development of their students’ skills, and were never too busy to offer advice and encouragement.”