Arts and Culture

Theater Program Continues 2018-2019 Season with Award-Winning Clybourne Park

Theater Program Continues 2018-2019 Season with Award-Winning Clybourne Park

By Tom McLaughlin The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will continue its 2018-19 season with Bruce Norris’ Clybourne Park. The production – directed by Kenneth Elliott, an associate professor and chair of the Department of Fine Arts at Rutgers–Camden – will run from Wednesday, Feb. 13, to Sunday, Feb. 17 in the Walter K. Gordon Theater […]

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Theater Program Opens 2018-2019 Season with Mary Shelley’s Classic “Frankenstein”

Theater Program Opens 2018-2019 Season with Mary Shelley’s Classic “Frankenstein”

The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will open the curtains on its 2018-19 season with Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, in celebration of the 200th anniversary of the classic novel.

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Frankenstein at 200: A Q&A with Gothic Literature Expert Ellen Malenas Ledoux

Frankenstein at 200: A Q&A with Gothic Literature Expert Ellen Malenas Ledoux

By Tom McLaughlin This year, Mary Shelley’s classic novel Frankenstein turns 200. Even two centuries since it was published, the novel, Victor Frankenstein’s larger-than-life creature, and the book’s many iterations in print and film continue to leave an indelible mark on our imaginations and the human psyche. Like the famous words “It’s Alive!” uttered in […]

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Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Hosts The Big Read Celebration

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Hosts The Big Read Celebration

This fall, the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts is participating in The Big Read for the ninth year, with “In the Time of the Butterflies” by Julia Alvarez.

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New Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Exhibition Highlights Harmful Effect of Digital Technology on Environment

New Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts Exhibition Highlights Harmful Effect of Digital Technology on Environment

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts’ new thought-provoking exhibition, “Digital Trash,” draws attention to the harmful effects of digital technology on the environment.

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