Visiting Artists’ Program Ends Spring Season on Mar. 26 with Shaun Leonardo

The Department of Fine Arts will end its Spring 2019 Visiting Artists Program, “Young and Active,” on Tuesday, March 26. This lecture series will feature nationally and internationally acclaimed artists present lectures about their work, professional practices, and their perspectives on contemporary art and design.  Shaun Leonardo, a multidisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, has had his work featured … Continue reading Visiting Artists’ Program Ends Spring Season on Mar. 26 with Shaun Leonardo

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

“Clybourne Park” Runs Until Feb. 17

The Rutgers–Camden Theater Program will perform “Clybourne Park,” a play inspired by Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun, from February 13-17. The play features an African-American family who purchases a home in a predominantly white neighborhood in 1959. Act II takes places fifty years later, when a white family wishes to purchase this same home, in … Continue reading “Clybourne Park” Runs Until Feb. 17

Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival Begins Dec. 6

The Department of Fine Arts‘ theater program will produce its annual Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival, beginning Thursday, December 6, and ending Sunday, December 9. Five students will direct a variety of ten-minute plays, spanning from comedy to drama: The Individuality of Street Lamps by Anna K. Gorisch Directed by Doaa Ouf The Lifeboat is Sinking by Shel … Continue reading Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival Begins Dec. 6

“Frankenstein” Runs Through Nov. 4

To celebrate the 200th anniversary of the original publication of Mary Shelley’s horror story, Frankenstein, Rutgers–Camden Theater kicks off its season with Austin Tichenor’s thrilling and faithful stage adaption. The brilliant Dr. Frankenstein creates life in his laboratory, but he soon realizes that he can’t control it, and must destroy it. Widely regarded as the original science … Continue reading “Frankenstein” Runs Through Nov. 4

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

Registration Open for Fall Pre-College Arts Program

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. Courses will be offered in the following topics: animation, graphic design, ceramics, pop meets jazz, rock string orchestra, gospel choir, acting on camera, introduction to filmmaking, and film and theatrical special effects.  … Continue reading Registration Open for Fall Pre-College Arts Program

“Avenue Q” Opens Apr. 11

Opening Wednesday, April 11th, “Avenue Q” will continue Rutgers–Camden’s Spring 2018 theater season.  A hit Broadway musical which won Tony Awards for Best Musical, Best Score, and Best Book, “Avenue Q” tells the story of recent college graduate who lives on Avenue Q in New York City.       The production will take place in the … Continue reading “Avenue Q” Opens Apr. 11

“Becky Shaw” Closes Feb. 18

Opening Wednesday, February 14th, “Becky Shaw” will kick off Rutgers–Camden’s Spring 2018 theater season.  Written by Gina Gionfriddo, “Becky Shaw” is a contemporary comedy of bad manners that tracks the painful ramifications of a blind date gone wrong.  The play was a 2009 Pulitzer Prize finalist.  The production is directed by Damon Bonetti, a lecturer in … Continue reading “Becky Shaw” Closes Feb. 18

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