Effective October 1, event attendees will no longer be required to show proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative PCR or antigen test for entry into any Rutgers venues. Face masks will be welcomed but are no longer required. Details on this requirement are available at: https://coronavirus.rutgers.edu
Proof of vaccination is not required to attend a performance at NBPAC. Beginning August 1, 2022, face masks will be welcomed but are no longer required. Details are available at: https://nbpac.org/covid-health-safety/.
All programming information is subject to change. Fees may apply.
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Works that answer the question “Why the Arts?” The program includes John Corigliano’s “The Red Violin Chaconne,” featuring Elena Chernova-Davis on violin; David Maslanka’s “Tears”; John Mackey’s “Songs from the End of the World”; and…
Elliott Jerome Brown Jr. (b. 1993, Baldwin, New York) is an artist, photographer, and educator currently based in Queens, New York. In his personal practice, he uses photography to explore representation through privacy and fiction. Occasionally the work turns away from standard archival prints to examine photography as a sculptural, redactive, and site-specific process.
Original work in a variety of media by our graduating MFA artists.
Reception: October 13, 6–9 p.m.
Guadalupe Rosales (b.1980, Los Angeles; lives and works in Los Angeles) is a multidisciplinary artist and educator best known for her community generated archival projects, “Veteranas and Rucas” and “Map Pointz,” found on social media. Rosales received an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2016.
Illuminations: Settings of Verlaine & Rimbaud by Fauré, Britten, and others Free