Visual Arts

Visual Arts Department ranked among top 15 in the U.S. by Artsy

Artsy has ranked the Mason Gross Visual Arts Department among the top 15 in the United States, taking into account tuition fees, admission rates, and first-hand feedback from faculty and alumni:

Undergraduate Administrative Assistant

Rosemarie Flores is the Undergraduate Administrative Assistant for the Undergraduate Program in the Visual Arts Department. She is responsible for supporting the undergraduate liaison, students, and department.

Students ‘play’ Kirkpatrick Chapel like an instrument

The staging and props are decidedly low-tech: roving flashlight beams sliding across walls and trailing over terra cotta columns, piercing the darkness of a 19th-century chapel; strands of bright fabric raining down from the choir loft, pooling on the floor; sheets of cardboard fanned like palm fronds (at left), striking the pews.

Visual Arts Professor Recognized as Contemporary Art Innovator with UCLA Medal

In a career spanning more than six decades, Raphael Montañez Ortiz has destroyed a piano with a pickaxe, crafted collages out of burned shoes and dirt and guillotined a chicken to protest the war in Vietnam – all in the name of art.

Bright Lights, Big City: Rutgers in New York

We’re headed across the river three times this semester, as our students perform and exhibit their work in Manhattan. Grab a ticket, and watch our artists shine up the Big Apple.

Department Administrator

Sculpture Coordinator

Ho’o Hee has a background in design/production and has worked with Parsons: The New School for Design, Gallery Loupe, David Stark Design and Production, Puppet Heap, The Huntington Theater Company and Parsons Brinckerhoff. She holds a BS in architectural studies from MIT and an MFA in furniture design from RISD.

Visiting Lecturer in Media

February 9: status of Mason Gross events

Please note that the Mason Gross Galleries will be closed and all Extension Division classes, lessons, and ensembles will be canceled on Thursday, February 9, due to inclement weather. The gallery will reopen Friday, February 10 at 10 a.m. and classes will resume on Friday, February 10.