Tag: Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts

Camden Comic Con Returns! Third Annual Festival Promises Fun for All Ages

Camden Comic Con Returns! Third Annual Festival Promises Fun for All Ages

By Tom McLaughlin For the seasoned comic book fans, perhaps it’s the chance to unearth those hidden treasures – the fabled, rare issues that they have longed dreamed about – or to brush elbows with their heroes – that is, the creators and artists behind their favorite characters. For the newcomers, maybe they are seeking […]

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Drawing Interest: Camden Schoolchildren Learn Art of Creating Comics from Rutgers–Camden Grad

Drawing Interest: Camden Schoolchildren Learn Art of Creating Comics from Rutgers–Camden Grad

By Tom McLaughlin For as long as Ryan Brady can remember, comics were a way to escape from reality and enter new, enchanted worlds full of mystery and intrigue. As the Collingswood resident recalls, in the early 1990s, he and his older brothers began collecting comic books, and the boys became enthralled with the unfolding, […]

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Camden Students to Perform “To Kill a Mockingbird” Mock Trial

Camden Students to Perform “To Kill a Mockingbird” Mock Trial

By Tom McLaughlin More than 50 years since it was first published, Harper Lee’s timeless novel To Kill a Mockingbird continues to serve as a touchstone for exploring issues of racial inequality in the United States and the U.S. legal system. “Because of events that are still happening in our country today, this book continues […]

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The Big Read Celebrates Classic Book

The Big Read Celebrates Classic Book

By Tom McLaughlin This fall, the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts will participate in The Big Read for the sixth time, celebrating To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee. The Rutgers center aims to connect approximately 2,000 New Jerseyans to the book and to each other through a two-month celebration, featuring a lecture series, performances, […]

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Inside View: A Q & A with Martin Rosenberg, Co-Curator of Visions of Place Exhibition

Inside View: A Q & A with Martin Rosenberg, Co-Curator of Visions of Place Exhibition

By Tom McLaughlin The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is currently showcasing the stunning works of 36 contemporary Israeli artists, exploring the theme of geography through its historical, religious, social, cultural, political, and physical dimensions, in an unprecedented exhibition. The exhibition, “Visions of Place: Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art,” will run through Dec. 17 […]

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