Look Again: The Young People of Camden

May 25 – August 12, 2016

Look Again presents portraits of 32 Camden City teenagers in the Camden Adolescents Striving for Achievement ( CASA ) program at Guadalupe Family Services. The photographs by Den Sweeney are accompanied by texts written by the teens, documenting their hopes, dreams, and aspirations.

Visions of Place: Complex Geographies in Contemporary Israeli Art

September 17 – December 13, 2015

Visions of Place includes the work of contemporary artists, all Israeli citizens, who deal with this central aspect of Israeli art in ways that speak to these vital concerns from a variety of diverse perspectives. Although focused specifically on Israel, the issues raised by the exhibition have wide interest and applicability in the broader contemporary world.

Bits and Pieces

Bits and Pieces: Selections from the Rutgers-Camden Collection of Art

July 6 – August 7, 2015

Monday – Friday 10 am – 4 pm

Open until 8 pm Third Thursday July 16


Experience intimate two- and three-dimensional artworks in various media, each less than 24 inches in size.  Selections from the Rutgers-Camden Collection of Art include work by regionally, nationally and internationally-acclaimed artists Peggy Bacon, Lee Bontecou, Salvador Dali, Leon Golub, Melaney, William M. Hoffman, Lorna Simpson, William Zorach, and others.



May 4 – May 21, 2015

Variables is the the Rutgers-Camden Department of Fine Arts thesis exhibition. The Stedman Gallery presents work from the animation, graphic design, painting, photography, and sculpture programs.

Juvenile In Justice

Juvenile In Justice book cover

March 4, 2015 – April 22, 2015

Juvenile-in-Justice is a project by photographer Richard Ross to document the placement and treatment of American juveniles housed by law in facilities that treat, confine, punish, assist, and, occasionally, harm them. To date, the project includes photographs and interviews with more than 1,000 juveniles at over 200 facilities in 31 states in the U.S., from detention, correction, and treatment facilities to group homes, police departments, and courtrooms. The work exists at the juncture of art, social practice, and politics