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

Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival Begins 12/7

The Department of Fine Arts‘ Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival begins Thursday, December 7th, with a showcase of six student-directed plays: Nightswim, directed by Jenna Sharples The Philadelphia, directed by Kimmie Starts Two Truths and a Lie, dicted by John Patouhas The Boor, directed by Eric Zavadsky Sorry, Wrong Number, directed by Hunter Smith  Evelyn Shaffer and … Continue reading Student-Directed One-Act Play Festival Begins 12/7

Free Live Performance of “Beowulf” Slated for 11/10

Dr. Aaron Hostetter, Associate Professor of English, will host Dr. Chris Vinsonhaler, from the Borough College of Manhattan. on Friday, November 10th, for a public reading of selections of the Old English epic “Beowulf.”  Dr. Vinsonhaler will recite the poem while accompanying herself on the harp.  The performance will be prefaced by Dr. Vinsonhaler’s research … Continue reading Free Live Performance of “Beowulf” Slated for 11/10

“The Matchmaker” Closes 11/5

Opening Wednesday, November 1st, “The Matchmaker” will kick off Rutgers–Camden’s 2017-2018 theater season!  A classic comedy written by Thornton Wilder, “The Matchmaker” features senior theater major Stella Brennan-Romano as Dolly Levi and is directed by Paul Bernstein, Associate Professor of Theater.   The production will take place in the Walter K. Gordon Theater and will run … Continue reading “The Matchmaker” Closes 11/5

Learn about the Dept. of Fine Arts on Arts Day on 10/21

Interested in learning about the Department of Fine Arts and all it has to offer?  First-year and transfer students are welcome to join us for Arts Day, on Saturday, October 21st!  This event will showcase our visual and performing arts programs, discuss possible career opportunities, and explain the admission and financial aid process.  Registration is … Continue reading Learn about the Dept. of Fine Arts on Arts Day on 10/21

“Proof” Opens 4/5

The Department of Fine Arts‘ theater program will perform Proof, a drama which features a young woman dealing with her grief after the death of her father, a brilliant but unstable mathematician.  Directed by Damon Bonetti, a lecturer for the Department of Fine Arts, the play will run from April 5th-9th, in the Walter K. Gordon … Continue reading “Proof” Opens 4/5