Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts presents a series of public programs related to exhibitions and special collaborations with university partners and community organizations. Programs include receptions, performances, speaker series, guided tours, open houses, and other special events! 

Fall 2021 Events

 

Thursday 11-18-21
PANEL & RECEPTION

Camden Is…LIVE
5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

Erik James Montgomery

Join A New View artist Erik James Montgomery and his photo subjects from the “Camden Is…” and “Camden Reframed” photo series’ as they discuss life in Camden, illegal dumping, public art and the experience of participating in and being photographed for A New View – Camden.
 
*This is event is in-person! Face masks are required for visitors at all times unless eating or drinking.
 

Stedman Gallery


For More Info, Contact:
maguire@camden.rutgers.edu

Thursday 10-14-21
VIRTUAL TALK

Artist as Activist: Creators Who Inspire Change
6:00 pm

Don Kennell & Lisa Adler

Don and Lisa will discuss their recent public artwork, Invincible Cat, created for A New View-Camden. Moderated by Kimberly Camp.

Register Here


For More Info, Contact:
maguire@camden.rutgers.edu

Thursday 10-21-21
VIRTUAL TALK

Artist as Activist: Creators Who Inspire Change
6:00 pm

The Mythmakers

Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein will discuss their recent public artwork, The Phoenix Festival, created for A New View-Camden. Moderated by Kimberly Camp.

Register Here


For More Info, Contact:
maguire@camden.rutgers.edu

Thursday 10-28-21
VIRTUAL TALK

Artist as Activist: Creators Who Inspire Change
6:00 pm

Erik James Montgomery

Erik will discuss his recent public artwork, Camden Is...Bright not Blight, created for A New View-Camden. Moderated by Kimberly Camp.

Register Here


For More Info, Contact:
maguire@camden.rutgers.edu

Wednesday 10-27-21
VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

Occasions for Gathering Series
11:20 am

Randall Horton 

In conversation with Angela Davis: Seize the Time, an exhibition at the Zimmerli Art Museum through June 2022, the Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice, the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, and the Rutgers-Camden Writers House present Occasions for Gathering: a Generative Writing Workshop with Randall Horton. In this free, generative, online poetry workshop led by American Book Award-winning poet and memoirist Randall Horton, participants will be invited to write on the theme of “solitude.” This workshop will take place online via Zoom. Program related to RCCA’s virtual exhibition, Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry.

Register Here


For More Info, Contact:
miranda.powell@rutgers.edu

Wednesday 10-27-21
VIRTUAL READING

Occasions for Gathering Series
7:00 pm

Krista Franklin & Randall Horton

In conversation with Angela Davis: Seize the Time, an exhibition at the Zimmerli Art Museum through June 2022, the Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice, the Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts, and the Rutgers-Camden Writers House present Occasions for Gathering: Randall Horton and Krista Franklin. Join us as these category-transcending artists present new work.  Program related to RCCA’s virtual exhibition, Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry.

Register Here


For More Info, Contact:
miranda.powell@rutgers.edu