While our facilities are closed to in-person activities, we still want to be able to show prospective students all that Mason Gross School of the Arts has to offer. Join us every week during the fall 2020 semester to learn about our programs and how to apply. For more...
Painter Deena Jahama is among the incoming students featured in a Rutgers Today welcome to the Class of 2024.
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...
The MGSGA executive board sends each incoming Mason Gross student a piece of swag to welcome them to Rutgers during an unusually tough time.
In the fall of 2019, Mason Gross made its NBPAC debut which accommodates musical theater, orchestral, dance, opera, and theatrical productions, film screenings, and more.
Students of Mason Gross School of the Arts, we know this is a difficult and uncertain time for you. Many of you rely on an audience, a stage, or a gallery wall to complete your work, and we want to continue to give that to you–virtually, at least.
The latest COVID-19 information for Mason Gross School of the Arts patrons, faculty, and students.
We are thrilled to welcome the next Dean of Mason Gross School of the Arts, Jason Geary, to Rutgers!