“Picturing Camden” Exhibition Now Open

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts will open its newest exhibition, “Picturing Camden,” on Monday, September 11, in the Stedman Gallery.  This exhibition is the third in a series on Camden, and will explore the neighborhoods throughout the city through new work by contemporary artists.   “Picturing Camden” will close on December 8, 2017.  Admission … Continue reading “Picturing Camden” Exhibition Now Open

Senior Thesis Exhibition Closes 5/18

Graduating students from the Department of Fine Arts, who are majoring in Studio Art, Electronic Art, and Art Education will participate in a Senior Thesis Exhibition from May 1 to May 18, in the Stedman Gallery.  Work from the animation, graphic design, painting, photography, and sculpture programs will be represented.  All are welcome to attend … Continue reading Senior Thesis Exhibition Closes 5/18

We R Arts and Sciences: Art Students’ League

Andrew Carnegie once said, “Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common vision. The ability to direct individual accomplishments toward organizational objectives. It is the fuel that allows common people to attain uncommon results.” At Rutgers University–Camden, working together is key to having a successful and satisfying student life on campus. Within the … Continue reading We R Arts and Sciences: Art Students’ League

Join us for an Evening with Illustrator E.B. Lewis on 2/16

Join us on Thursday, February 16th, as we continue our celebration of Black History Month, which will focus on “Picturing Black Childhood: African American Images in Children’s Literature.”  E.B. Lewis, a pioneer in the field of children’s illustration and a repeat recipient of the Children’s Africana Book Award, will discuss his career, during which he … Continue reading Join us for an Evening with Illustrator E.B. Lewis on 2/16

“Sharp-Tongued Figuration” Exhibit at Stedman Gallery Now Open

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is proud to announce their newest exhibit, “Sharp-Tongued Exhibition,” is now open in the Stedman Gallery.  All are welcome to view the exhibition, which will be on display until April 21st. The gallery is open Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m., and Thursdays, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.  … Continue reading “Sharp-Tongued Figuration” Exhibit at Stedman Gallery Now Open

RCCA Exhibit “George Segal in Black and White” Now Open

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts’ new exhibition, “George Segal in Black and White,” is now open until December 10th.  Black and white drawings, fragments, and sculptures of Segal, a renowned American sculptor and graduate of Rutgers–New Brunswick, will be on display.  Additionally, there will be an accompanying exhibit called “George Segal in Black and White: … Continue reading RCCA Exhibit “George Segal in Black and White” Now Open

“From the Digital Toolbox” Artist Lecture on 2/18

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is currently showing the exhibition “From the Digital Toolbox” in the Stedman Gallery.  On February 18th, one of the featured artists, Tim Portlock, will lead a forty-five minute discussion of his work.  Mr. Portlock uses 3D gaming technology to simulate real world and imagined space.  His lecture will begin at 12:15 p.m. in … Continue reading “From the Digital Toolbox” Artist Lecture on 2/18

“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