In the spring, faculty from Mason Gross and the School of Public Health were brought together to share research ideas as part of a "speed networking" session. Through funding provided by both schools, $10,000 MGSA-SPH Collaborative Seed Grants were awarded to to each...
This year we welcome to our full-time faculty new arrivals in dance, music, and voice. Get to know the newest members of our teaching community.
Self-described “theater nerd” and “archive rat” Amanda Eubanks Winkler, the new director of our Music Department, shares what inspired her to study English music and theater.
BFA dance alum Anna Gichan explores how accessibility in the arts and beyond can create a world that is fully engaging to all.
The fall semester at the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) features contemporary dance, as well as jazz and various film showcases. Tickets are available online through the Mason Gross website, in person during MGPAC daytime ticket office hours, and at the...
Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University is pleased to announce a retrospective exhibition of the renowned modern Chinese sculptor Liu Shiming, whose body of work engages the past and present, the epic, the mythological, and the everyday. The exhibition, LIU SHIMING: Life Gives Beauty Form, features over 80 sculptures made over Shiming’s 60-year career including 20 works that are being exhibited for the first time in the United States. The exhibition also features 12 drawings that illuminate Shiming’s approach to close observational study of the human form and everyday life. The retrospective will run from July 31 through September 22, 2023, with a public reception on September 6 from 5–8 p.m.