Painter Grace Lynne Haynes has created two covers featuring Black women for “The New Yorker” in the span of one month.
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.
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.
Department of Art & Design’s Didier William joined the faculty in the fall as a professor of expanded print. The New York Times said that William’s works “incorporate collage, oil paint, and acrylic as well, making them as multifarious as the Afro-Caribbean diaspora itself.”
Meet Joy Johnson, comic artist, devoted My Chemical Romance fan, and a first-year student in the Department of Art & Design’s BFA in Visual Arts program.
Graduating BFA student Alessandra Puglisi reflects on the three major pillars of Sicilian life: family, food, and faith in her thesis project.
When Dave Cicirelli, an alum of the Department of Art & Design, had his Manhattan gallery debut interrupted by the COVID-19 crisis, he had to pivot quickly to present his work in a different medium.
Department of Art & Design media professor Steffani Jemison is one of 175 scholars, artists, writers, and scientists named Solomon R. Guggenheim Fellows.