Dance faculty member Barbara Angeline discovered there could be benefits to teaching her class virtually after the pandemic made it impossible to teach in person.
Painter Grace Lynne Haynes has created two covers featuring Black women for “The New Yorker” in the span of one month.
Several Mason Gross student musicians are featured in a video documenting the creation of Paving the Way, a street mural honoring illustrious Black musicians hailing from New Jersey. The mural is on display outside the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center on Livingston Avenue.
Painter Deena Jahama is among the incoming students featured in a Rutgers Today welcome to the Class of 2024.
To Break Bread, Raul Ayala, 18-feet-by-9-feet, acrylic paint on Polytab. Photo Credit: Raul Ayala In the sweltering heat of late July, MFA Art & Design grad Raul Ayala scaled a ladder erected outside a two-story building and realized a long-standing goal:...
Dance Department chair and artistic director Julia M. Ritter is helming an initiative called the Big Ten UniDanceHub as a way to provide a substantive learning experience and to enhance alumni, faculty, and student ties across the Big Ten.
The Mason Gross School’s new dean, Jason Geary, has been getting acquainted with the community through a series of virtual town halls. Geary is a musicologist who comes to us from the University of Maryland. Here are five questions we recently posed to our new...
Art & Design alum Jennie C. Jones’s “These (Mournful) Shores” is on view in a site-responsive outdoor exhibition at the The Clark Art Institute in the Berkshires.
The I AM SOUL Playwright Residency, part of the SOUL Series LAB (Liberating Artistic Bravery) Residency Programs at National Black Theatre, is the only theatrical program in the nation dedicated solely to the development of Black playwrights.
The MGSGA executive board sends each incoming Mason Gross student a piece of swag to welcome them to Rutgers during an unusually tough time.