Tag: Fine Arts

Summer 2013 Mallery Concert Series

Summer 2013 Mallery Concert Series

Need a midday boost? Fill your ears with inspiring live music during Rutgers–Camden’s free summer concert series, kicking off June 11. The series offers free musical performances throughout the month and are held in the Mallery Room, which is located on the second floor of the Fine Arts Building on the Rutgers-Camden campus.

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Photography Student Combines New and Old Processing Techniques

Photography Student Combines New and Old Processing Techniques

Working for more than a decade in the photography field, Robin Miller watched as advances in photo printing technology drastically improved the clarity and color of photographs. “Even when I pick up a picture from the 80s when I was a toddler, they have a certain look to them,” says Miller, who graduated in January […]

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Students Create 3-D Exhibit As a Metaphor for U.S.-China Relations

Students Create 3-D Exhibit As a Metaphor for U.S.-China Relations

CAMDEN — As Brandon Borrelli explains it, throughout the past century, the relationship between the United States and China has oscillated between being “open,” “restricted,” and “closed,” with each country’s respective leaders repeatedly changing their attitudes toward one another. That point comes alive thanks to Borrelli and fellow electronic art majors Javier Diaz, Chris Hengen, […]

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Rutgers–Camden Student’s Environmentally Friendly Art Project Teaches Campus Community About Composting

Rutgers–Camden Student’s Environmentally Friendly Art Project Teaches Campus Community About Composting

CAMDEN — Most people might discard their apple cores and banana peels in the nearest garbage bin, but where they see trash, Victoria Widener sees art. The Rutgers–Camden student is teaching the campus community about composting through an environmentally-friendly art project. “To some people, my composting project may not be seen as art, but for […]

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Rutgers–Camden Student Returns to School to Pursue Love of Art

Rutgers–Camden Student Returns to School to Pursue Love of Art

CAMDEN —After spending most of his professional career as a computer software engineer, Greg Gibson decided it was time to complete his bachelor’s degree in something he truly loves: art. “I reached a point at which I wanted to do something else with my life,” says Gibson, a 61-year-old art major at Rutgers–Camden. “The most […]

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