Students from Holy Name School in Camden, NJ enjoying the Visions of Place exhibition, 2015.


A first-hand art gallery experience is an invaluable learning tool for students of all ages. Through the Museum Education Program at Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, students engage with challenging artworks and subject matters enabling them to: better understand the visual arts, give informed responses to what they see, create their own unique works, and connect their gallery experience to other school subjects and home lifeIn-school and after-school time slots are available.


What to expect:

  •     45 minute interactive class which tours the gallery focusing on key concepts of an exhibition(s) of your choice  

  •     45 minute hands-on art activity time during which students create a visual artwork relating to content discussed in the gallery. Students always take what they make!

  •     Resource packets for teachers to aid in integrating exhibition content into the classroom both before & after visiting.   


Camden City schools are admitted free of charge. All others $5 per student.

For more information or to register your class/school contact:
Miranda Powell @ or 856.225.6202


Exhibitions Calendar 2018-19

September 5, 2018 – December 7, 2018

Digital Trash raises questions about what counts as “trash” and how digital technology is impacting the environment. The artworks and installations put the viewer face to face with the environmental ramifications of our gadgets. It is also a call to action: How can we create more sustainable digital practices?


February 25, 2019 – April 19, 2019

Features original work created by Camden students and RCCA teaching artists that was generated for a waterfront mural; check out more about the project here: