Visual Arts

Associate Chair of the Visual Arts Department, Associate Professor in Media

Part-Time Lecturer

Timothy Warner is an electronic media artist working in various formats, including video, photo, electronic sound, 3D printing, performance and writing. Wanrner works in the hybrid moments that may exist between these mediums as well as the mixing of analog and low-tech methods with digital and high-tech means of editing and distribution.  

Assistant Professor in Sculpture

Summer Program for New Brunswick Youth Cultivates Artists, Cultural Citizens

Ulysses Flores was 12 when a family friend encouraged his parents to enroll him in a summer program where community-based artists, including students and alumni of Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts, teach New Brunswick youth.
Young Uly went kicking and screaming.

Faculty member creates mural for new building

Painter Stephen Westfall knows that where there’s a wall, there’s a way. For his geometric, Technicolor patterns, a large, blank wall provides a canvas that “presents a thrilling level of architectural scale,” he says.

MFA exhibit at Brooklyn's Pioneer Works April 5-20

Graduating MFA students from Mason Gross School of the Arts present their culminating exhibition, Jersey Fresh, in Brooklyn at Pioneer Works, Center for Art and Innovation, in the heart of Red Hook’s burgeoning gallery scene.

Part-time lecturer

Brodsky Center Holiday Print/Paper Sale: November 26, 2013 to January 10, 2014

Clockwise from top left: Glenn Ligon, Richard Tuttle, William Kentridge, Trenton Doyle Hancock. Images courtesy of Brodsky Center at Rutgers.
Clockwise from top left: Glenn Ligon, Richard Tuttle, William Kentridge, Trenton Doyle Hancock.

Visual Arts Open Houses set for October 26 and November 1

The Visual Arts Department invites you to come learn more about the department's admissions requirements and philosophy, as well as get your questions answered by department faculty. A tour of the Visual Arts facilities will follow the information session. This tour will include a walk through the Annual Undergraduate Exhibition that will be on view starting October 25, 2013.