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Effective October 1, event attendees will no longer be required to show proof of full vaccination or proof of a negative PCR or antigen test for entry into any Rutgers venues. Face masks will be welcomed but are no longer required. Details on this requirement are available at: https://coronavirus.rutgers.edu

Proof of vaccination is not required to attend a performance at NBPAC. Beginning August 1, 2022, face masks will be welcomed but are no longer required. Details are available at: https://nbpac.org/covid-health-safety/.

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May 2022

| Mon, May 2, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Julie Tolentino

Julie Tolentino (she/they interchangeably) is a Filipina Salvadorean artist whose practice explores durational performance, movement, and sensual practices within installation environments as a way to explore the interstitial spaces of relationality, memory, race, gender, and the archive.

Choir singing
| Mon, May 2, 2022 | 7:30 PM

Rutgers University Choir

The Rutgers University Choir presents After Rain: a misty program of contemporary choral works that, together, ask how we might move through our collective and personal storms. After Rain features many University Choir soloists and poets in works…

| Tue, May 3, 2022 | 7 PM

New Lens Film Festival 2022

The New Lens Film Festival is the Rutgers Filmmaking Centers’ annual faculty-select film competition. Selected student finalists from the Rutgers undergraduate student body will show their work to a public audience on the big screen,…

| Sat, May 7, 2022 | 10 AM

BFA Design Thesis: “by the way…”

Reception: April 28, 6–9 p.m. Free  

| May 16, 2022

Mason Gross Commencement Convocation 2022

Join us for a live remote ceremony celebrating our Class of 2021 graduates!

July 2022

A grocery list. Black pen scrawled on white paper makes two columns of food and non-edible groceries. Things like “Chix” (for chicken), “fruit” (with a period after it), “dishpods” and “q-tips” appear in the columns. Under the non-edible column “SNACK” is written in big capital letters, and under that is an “S” to make it plural: “SNACKS”.

Rutgers In New York MFA Exhibition: SOME FOLLOW-UP QUESTIONS

Gabe Sacco, MFA ‘22 Westbeth Gallery 55 Bethune St, New York, NY 10014 On view: June 9–July 1, 2022 Opening Reception: Thursday, June 9, 6–8 p.m. Visiting hours: Wednesday–Sunday: 1–6 p.m.; Closed Monday, Tuesday. Virtual…

September 2022

| Sat, September 24, 2022 | 7:30 PM

Rutgers Symphony Orchestra

Conducted by our new Director of Orchestral Activities and Engagement Ching-Chun Lai. blue cathedral by U.S. composer Jennifer Higdon Concerto for Flute and Orchestra by Carl Nielsen, featuring soloist Hanna Kim, Mason Gross Concerto Competition…

| Wed, September 28, 2022 | 7 PM

Visiting Artist Lecture: Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork

Jacqueline Kiyomi Gork has been working with the intersection of sound, sculpture and performance since 2002. She studied sound art, photography and new genres at the San Francisco Art Institute and researched the history of communication technologies, acoustics and computer music at Stanford University.

October 2022

Laurel Lawson, a white woman with short cropped teal hair, is flying through the air, with arms spread wide, wheels spinning, and supported by Alice Sheppard. Alice, a multiracial Black woman with coffee-colored skin and curly hair, is lifting from the ground below. They are making eye contact and smiling. A burst of white light appears in a dark blue sky.
| Sat, October 1, 2022 | 3 PM

Mason Gross Dance Presents Kinetic Light

Image credit: Jay Newman/BRITT Festival. “Fetches” from DESCENT: Laurel Lawson, a white woman with short cropped teal hair, is flying through the air, with arms spread wide, wheels spinning, and supported by Alice Sheppard. Alice,…

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