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.
As a costume designer and illustrator, Shane Ballard says his life “revolves around clothes.” He’s worked on concepts for theater, film, and television—including NBC’s The Wiz Live!; the musical Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations, and the 2017 HBO film The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks.
See a day in the life of choreographer and BFA ’11 dance graduate Kyle Marshall who received the 2018 NY Dance and Performance “Bessie” Jury Award and is a New Jersey State Council on the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship Award recipient.
A project by the Documentary Film Lab at the Mason Gross School of the Arts explores class in the Dance Department that helps people reclaim control of their bodies.
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.
In the calm and quiet of winter break on campus, Dana Caspersen encourages students to “step into messy situations” in the light-filled Nicholas Dance Studios on the Douglass Campus.