We’re back this fall with a full slate of live events featuring our up-and-coming artists! All programming information is subject to change.
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This much anticipated thesis exhibition–deferred due to COVID-19 closures–marks the culmination of graduate study via ambitious bodies of their work across the disciplines. Self-curated thesis exhibitions that reflect the breadth of students’ practice featuring a variety of media in 2D, 3D, and 4D.
Join the Rutgers Wind Ensemble as we celebrate the jubilant return of making music live, and in person as a vibrant community of extraordinary wind and percussion players in the Mason Gross School of the Arts. The celebration concert will include works by Kevin Day, Joan Tower, David Maslanka, and John Mackey.
Image courtesy of the speaker Digital Presentation: “Performing Disability in Israel On and Off-stage: Blind Women’s Gender Performance and Integrated Dance.” Disability culture broadens our understanding of what it means to be human, teaching us that…
Join the Rutgers University Symphonic Winds and Symphony Band in the live performance “Reflect and Rejoice” as we celebrate the return to campus post COVID-19 pandemic. Selections will include music by composers Carolyn Bremer, Kevin Day, Eric Ewazen, and William Grant Still.
Kyle Marshall Choreography (KMC) is a dance company that sees the dancing body as a container of history, an igniter of social reform and a site of celebration. Kyle Marshall Choreography uplifts the bodies and voices of black and brown people, utilizing art making as a space for social questioning and the theater as a space for creating conversation.