Tag: Fine Arts

Award-winning Art Major Expanded Horizons with Business Administration and Museum Studies Minors

Award-winning Art Major Expanded Horizons with Business Administration and Museum Studies Minors

By Sam Starnes Jacob Foster transferred to Rutgers University–Camden from Camden County College two years ago because he wanted to paint his way to an art degree. “I really loved my painting classes,” says the Waterford resident who will graduate from the Rutgers–Camden College of Arts and Sciences at the BB&T Pavilion in Camden on […]

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Theater Program Caps Season with Broadway Hit “Proof”

Theater Program Caps Season with Broadway Hit “Proof”

By Tom McLaughlin The Rutgers University–Camden theater program will present David Auburn’s award-winning drama Proof in the Walter K. Gordon Theater on the Rutgers–Camden campus. Evening performances are 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 5, to Saturday, April 8. A special high school matinee will be held at 10 a.m. Friday, April 7, and a matinee performance […]

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Fine Arts Department to Host Arts Day for Prospective First-Year and Transfer Students

Fine Arts Department to Host Arts Day for Prospective First-Year and Transfer Students

  By Tom McLaughlin The Rutgers University–Camden Department of Fine Arts will present the inaugural “Arts Day” for prospective first-year and transfer students from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 1. The event, which is free of charge and open to the public, will be held in the Fine Arts Complex, located at 314 […]

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Professor Showcases “Graphical Interventions” in Philadelphia-Based Exhibition

Professor Showcases “Graphical Interventions” in Philadelphia-Based Exhibition

By Tom McLaughlin Living in a world built for speed – “the quicker, the better, where people are zombies just getting from point A to B” – Allan Espiritu believes it is time for an intervention.  A “graphical intervention,” that is. “I want to disrupt your everyday by distracting you to think about the language […]

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Rutgers–Camden Professor’s heart-warming, heart-breaking and humorous novel about cancer, single motherhood and mortality

Rutgers–Camden Professor’s heart-warming, heart-breaking and humorous novel about cancer, single motherhood and mortality

Lauren Grodstein’s poignant novel, Our Short History, is about a single mother dying of cancer who tells the story of their lives to her six-year-old son, so he’ll remember her when he’s older.

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