Arts and Culture

Rutgers–Camden Presents “SkypeOnArt” this Fall

Rutgers–Camden Presents “SkypeOnArt” this Fall

Rutgers–Camden will become the central hub for interactive, online conversations with nationally and internationally renowned artists as it presents the SkypeOnArt lecture series this fall.  These lectures are free, and open to the general public. Led by Elizabeth Demaray, an associate professor of fine arts at Rutgers–Camden, this year’s lineup includes discussions on music composition […]

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Free Concert Series Offers Noontime Performances at Rutgers–Camden

Free Concert Series Offers Noontime Performances at Rutgers–Camden

The annual Mallery Concert Series at Rutgers–Camden will offer a wide range of free lunchtime performances throughout the fall. All performances will be held on Wednesdays at 12:15 p.m. in the Mallery Room (unless otherwise indicated) on the Rutgers–Camden campus. Sept. 18:              Clipper Erickson, piano, and Andrew Kirkman, violin Oct. 9:                  Charles Abramovic, piano […]

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Rutgers–Camden Professor’s Novel Selected as One of Amazon.com’s Best Books of the Month; Currently Editor’s Choice on BookBrowse.com

Rutgers–Camden Professor’s Novel Selected as One of Amazon.com’s Best Books of the Month; Currently Editor’s Choice on BookBrowse.com

Lauren Grodstein’s provocative new novel, The Explanation for Everything, published by Algonquin Books on Sept. 3, has been selected as one of Amazon.com’s Best Books of the Month. It is also currently an editor’s choice on BookBrowse.com. In addition, Algonquin Books, Kobo, and the American Booksellers Association have partnered to create The Explanation for Everything […]

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Rutgers–Camden to Host Writers in Camden Series; First Readings Set for Sept. 11

Rutgers–Camden to Host Writers in Camden Series; First Readings Set for Sept. 11

Trying to write that novel, but the right words elude you? Have you shelved your ideas? Need to dust off your plans? The first chapter toward literary success begins at Rutgers-Camden, as the nation’s top authors, poets, editors and publishers once again visit the campus to lead a series of inspiring and engaging readings and […]

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Elliott Receives Critical Acclaim for Directorial Role

Elliott Receives Critical Acclaim for Directorial Role

Two actors. Eight characters of both sexes. More than 30 costume changes in a two-hour production. The late Charles Ludlam’s The Mystery of Irma Vep is a study in quick transformations and quick-witted humor. The outrageous, campy production can challenge even the most dexterous of directors. Suffice it to say that Ken Elliott has passed […]

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