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We R Arts and Sciences: Andy Zazzera

Andy ZazzeraFor Andy Zazzera, the decision to attend Rutgers-Camden was, in his words, “a no-brainer.” Read more ...

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Allan Espiritu Featured in Teaching Matters Weekly

Allan Espiritu (Associate Professor, Fine Arts) discusses problem-based approaches to teaching art and design, and how he encourages students to take inspiration from a broad spectrum of sources. Read the full story >

Posted at 9:20 a.m. Nov. 7, 2013, in News

Fall 2013 Mallery Concert Series

Next Concert: Wed. Dec. 11th

The Rugers–Camden

Jazz Ensemble

under the direction of

Prof. Eric Polack

12:15 p.m. (Free Period)

Black Box Studio.

Posted at 3:56 p.m. July 12, 2013, in Events, News

Professor Ken Elliott: interview as Director of Bay Street Theatre’s The Mystery of Irma Vep

Interviewed by Hayley Levitt from Theatermania.com   http://www.theatermania.com/hamptons-theater/news/07-2013/cross-dressing-and-quick-changes-with-kenneth-elli_65479.html

Posted at 1:20 p.m. July 3, 2013, in News

Camden: City Hall Reliefs

Camden: Melvin R. Primas City Hall Cendy Rodriguez             Renamed in 2012, the Melvin R. Primas City Hall was constructed in 1929- 1931 at 520 Market Street (“Camden City Hall”). It stands 371 feet tall with a total of 18 floors (“Camden City Hall”). Camden City Hall is made out of granite and has an … Read more …

Posted at 2:54 p.m. May 14, 2013, in News

Summer 2013 Mallery Concert Series

The Department of Fine Arts and the Summer Session Office present theSummer 2013 Mallery Concert Series Tuesdays at Noon   Atlantic City Jazz BandJune 11 Trautenberg Memorial Concert Andrew Willis, pianoJune 18 Molly-Vivian Huang, pianoJune 25 Uptown JazztetJuly 9 Bice Horszowski, pianoJuly16 Artistic Director, Joseph C. Schiavo, Ph.D. All concerts are held in the Mallery … Read more …

Posted at 12:32 p.m. April 26, 2013, in News

from here to there: parallel trajectories

An exhibition co-curated RU-Camden faculty - a painter, a soprano, a theater artist, a graphic designer, and an art historian. Margery Amdur, Julianne Baird, Paul Bernstein, Allan Espiritu and Martin Rosenberg from here to there: parallel trajectories features pieces that challenge viewers to create links between diverse works of art–ranging from paintings, to performances to iPads–that … Read more …

Posted at 8:28 a.m. April 4, 2013, in News
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