Brian McAndrews Memorial Exhibition Now Open

The Brian McAndrews Memorial Exhibition, housed in the Student Works Gallery, highlights the works of Brian McAndrews, who was an active member of Camden’s artist community. In 2014, Brian graduated from Rutgers–Camden with honors, Summa Cum Laude. He was awarded a Hovnanian Academic scholarship and received the William Hoffman Painting Award. Active in the academic life … Continue reading Brian McAndrews Memorial Exhibition Now Open

“Passages: 8 Women Painters” Exhibit Now Open

Artist-Curator and Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts Associate Director for Education, Noreen Scott Garrity, brings together work from 8 women painters with whom she attended painting programs in the 1980s at the University of Delaware, where she received her BFA, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, where she received her MFA. Artists … Continue reading “Passages: 8 Women Painters” Exhibit Now Open

Join RCCA on Nov. 18 for “Camden is…Live”

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts will host “Camden is… Live” on Thursday, November 18, a reception and panel discussion elevating the community and their involvement in the public art exhibit “A New View-Camden.” Beginning at 5:30 p.m., the event will feature artist Erik James Montgomery and his photo subjects from the “Camden is…” and … Continue reading Join RCCA on Nov. 18 for “Camden is…Live”

Join us Oct. 28 as the Artist as Activist Series Continues with Erik James Montgomery

As part of the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ exhibit “A New View-Camden,” the virtual speaker series “Artist as Activist” will continue on Thursday, October 28 with photographer Erik James Montgomery, creator of the photo series “Camden Is…Bright Not Blight,” part of the “A New-View Camden” exhibit.  Kimberly Camp, multi-media artist and curator of “A New View-Camden,” will … Continue reading Join us Oct. 28 as the Artist as Activist Series Continues with Erik James Montgomery

Occasions for Gathering Presents Krista Franklin and Randall Horton on Oct. 27

The Writers House and the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts (RCCA) will join together for a special evening to celebrate two artists: Krista Franklin and Randall Horton. In conversation with “Angela Davis: Seize the Time,” now on view at the Zimmerli Art Museum, writer and artist Krista Franklin and poet Randall Horton will discuss their … Continue reading Occasions for Gathering Presents Krista Franklin and Randall Horton on Oct. 27

Join us Oct. 21 as the Artist as Activist Series Continues with The Myth Makers

As part of the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ exhibit “A New View-Camden,” the virtual speaker series “Artist as Activist” will continue on Thursday, October 21 with artists Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein, also know as The Myth Makers, who created the public artwork “The Phoenix,” which is one of the public art installations part of “A New … Continue reading Join us Oct. 21 as the Artist as Activist Series Continues with The Myth Makers

The Virtual Exhibit “Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry” is Now Open

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ new virtual exhibition, “Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry” is on view now. The exhibit will be available to view until December 11, 2021.  Featuring the visual work of writer and visual artist, Krista Franklin, this exhibition is inspired by Angela Davis – Seize the Time on view at the Zimmerli Art Museum … Continue reading The Virtual Exhibit “Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry” is Now Open

Join us Oct. 14 as the Artist as Activist Series Continues with Don Kennell and Lisa Adler

As part of the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ exhibit “A New View-Camden,” the virtual speaker series “Artist as Activist” will continue on Thursday, October 14 with artists Don Kennell and Lisa Adler, creators of the public artwork “Invincible Cat,” part of the “A New View-Camden” exhibit.  Kimberly Camp, multi-media artist and curator of “A New View-Camden,” will … Continue reading Join us Oct. 14 as the Artist as Activist Series Continues with Don Kennell and Lisa Adler

Join us Oct. 7 for Artist as Activist Speaker Series Begins with Tyler FuQua

As part of the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ exhibit “A New View-Camden,” the virtual speaker series “Artist as Activist” will launch on Thursday, October 7 with artist Tyler FuQua, creator of “Mechan 11: The Collector,” one of the public art installations part of “A New View-Camden.”  Kimberly Camp, multi-media artist and curator of “A New … Continue reading Join us Oct. 7 for Artist as Activist Speaker Series Begins with Tyler FuQua

“A New View-Camden” On Display in the Stedman Gallery Through Dec. 11

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ exhibition, “A New View – Camden,” is available for viewing at the Stedman Gallery through Saturday, December 11.  The exhibition and accompanying catalog documents the project from its inception in 2019 to its installation in 2021. The show celebrates the art and artists whose works helped inspire us to think … Continue reading “A New View-Camden” On Display in the Stedman Gallery Through Dec. 11