Mason Gross School of the Arts

Thu
31
Jan

Learn, Teach, Create: Repeat

Zimmerli Art Museum

Artist, instructor, and Rutgers alumna Patricia Brace practices what she teaches: expanding communal awareness and access to art, through the combined acts of viewing, making, and learning about art.

“As an artist I am committed to building community, contributing to society, and collaborating with other artists and professionals. As a teacher it is important for me to role model these beliefs to my students,” Brace says. 

During the spring semester, Brace is the instructor for Passport to Art at the Zimmerli Art Museum on the College Avenue campus of Rutgers New Brunswick. The program, which has been offered for more than 15 years, provides opportunities for families to be creative together. Each workshop begins with an exhibition tour, followed by a project related to an aspect of the artwork on view.

Mon
18
Feb

Rutgers Offers Summer Arts, Academic, Sports and Nature Camp Programs for Kids

Group of Dancers looking up and raising hands

NEW BRUNSWICK – A summer of learning and fun is in store for young people in interest areas ranging from the arts to academics, and sports to adventure camp programs. Rutgers offers a selection of summer camp programs to satisfy a wide variety of interests and abilities.

Registration is underway for many programs. Check program websites for complete information, registration dates, fees and deadlines.

Performing and Visual Arts

The Zimmerli Art Museum and Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers offer programs that cater to young people’s interests and talents in art, music, dance and theater.

Zimmerli Art Museum

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