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.
DownBeat Magazine featured the Rutgers Jazz Ensemble in an article about remote instruction during the fall semester, with several quotes from jazz faculty member Conrad Herwig. Like many others, the jazz studies program had to pivot in their instruction protocols...
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...
Dance faculty member Barbara Angeline discovered there could be benefits to teaching her class virtually after the pandemic made it impossible to teach in person.
Painter Grace Lynne Haynes has created two covers featuring Black women for “The New Yorker” in the span of one month.
Several Mason Gross student musicians are featured in a video documenting the creation of Paving the Way, a street mural honoring illustrious Black musicians hailing from New Jersey. The mural is on display outside the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center on Livingston Avenue.