Turntable by Amanda Schachter & Alexander Levi

 

In The Stedman – A New View-Camden

September 7 – December 11, 2021

 

Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts presents the exhibition A New View – Camden in the Stedman Gallery  in conjunction with the public art project A New View – Camden.  The exhibition and accompanying catalog documents the project from its inception in 2019 to its installation in 2021. The show celebrates the art and artists whose works helped inspire us to think more critically about the issue of illegal dumping in Camden.  Viewers will be introduced to the artistic process that moves a project from initial idea to large scale work. Photographs, drawings, schematics and maquettes showcase the progress of these project.

 

 

Virtual Exhibitions – A New View-Camden

April 22 – October 31, 2021

 
The exhibition A New View – Camden in the Stedman Gallery, Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, chronicles the public art process for this project. The artists’ photographs, drawings, schematics and maquettes present the progress of their projects from their inception to the installation of the artwork. Also exhibited are the contestants in A New View – Camden photo contest, flags designed and made for The Phoenix Festival by students at Dudley School, and the Camden high schooler’s design for Mechan II‘s Heart Box. This exhibition also presents the transformation of the lots on a digital platform.
 

 

 

Encanto de la Estrella by Brus Rubio

 

Virtual Exhibition - Materia: Arte de la Amazonia Peruana/Matter: Art of the Peruvian Amazon

April 7 - September 19, 2021

 
Explore the spirit, beauty, and fragility of the Peruvian Amazon through the perspective of both indigenous and transplant artists living and working deep in the heart of the jungle. Feel their strong spiritual connection to the flora and fauna that make life in the Amazon vibrant and possible. Hear their call to the world to take notice of not only the physical loss of land and life to industry and pollution, but also to the loss of rich cultural traditions that have been slowly becoming extinct.
 
The exhibition Materia: Arte de la Amazonia Peruana (Matter: Art of the Peruvian Amazon), curated by Carmen Balcazar-Pendleton, presents contemporary works from six artists working in a variety of media from traditional painting, to music, to textiles. Join these incredible artists on a virtual tour of beauty and hope. Artists/Guardians of the Amazon: Percy Aleksander, musician/composer; Brus Rubio, painter; David Orlando, illustrator; Marlena Churay Roque, textile artist; Jose Asuncion, painter; Claire Lardeux, mixed media.
 

 

 

Exhibitions are made possible in part by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts and Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey.