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Five Questions for Didier Williams

Five Questions for Didier Williams

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.”

Episode 11: Windows of Understanding (Art & Design)

Episode 11: Windows of Understanding (Art & Design)

Rutgers art students and alumni are among those exhibiting work in window displays in New Brunswick and Highland Park, championing social justice issues, including food insecurity; immigration; LGBTQA+ issues; mass incarceration and human trafficking; mental health; and violence.

Conversation Piece: Public Sculpture Draws on Music, Architecture

Conversation Piece: Public Sculpture Draws on Music, Architecture

Recent MFA graduate artist Will Robinson devoted approximately three months to planning, building, and installing his sculpture, The Conversation–Brutalist Song III, on view through October 1 on Voorhees Mall as part of an outdoor MFA public sculpture show, What Use Are Flowers? Two muscular pieces set on a plinth angle toward each other as if straining to listen, projecting both monumentality and grace.