Nobuho Nagasawa is a guest in the SkypeOnArt series. Renowned artists Skype in from other parts of the globe to share their work and answer questions from the audience. Learn more.
Power down before final exams in the De-Stress Zone with a visit from therapy dogs, a free chair massage, and more. Sponsored by the Student Wellness Center.
The delights of high baroque, under the direction of Julianne Baird, distinguished professor of music.
Graduates of the Rutgers–Camden Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing program return to campus to talk about making a life in writing after graduation. Hear about the experiences of Deena ElGenaidi, Nina Lary, Davon Loeb, and Shelby Vittek. Some questions they'll address include: How do you get started freelancing? How do you write a good magazine pitch? What is it like to make a living as a writer? Where do you find time for your creative work?
The Rutgers–Camden Writers House and the Philadelphia-based nonprofit Warrior Writers will host a writing workshop, open to all veterans. Admission is free. Learn more about this event.
A string, wind, and choral concert featuring selections from the holiday season.
The Rutgers University Singers welcome guest choirs from local area schools for an inspiring, collaborative event featuring the best of seasonal choral music. Under the direction of Julia Zavadsky, part-time lecturer of music.
A seasonal jazz ensemble performance under the direction of Jojo Streater, part-time lecturer of music.
Philip Pettit, the L.S. Rockefeller University Professor of Politics and Human Values at Princeton University, will present "Democracy: A Republican Primer" for the 12th annual Bloustein Lecture in Law and Ethics. Sponsored by the Rutgers Institute for Law and Philosophy. For more information, contact John Oberdiek.
Intimate and serene, the music of Mozart, Dvorak, and Grieg stands among the best in classical strings. Robyn Bollinger, violin, and Milena Pajaro-van de Stadt, viola, are the soloists. Featured pieces include Grieg's Holberg Suite, Op. 40; Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante, K. 364; and Dvorak's Serenade in E Major, Op. 22. More information and tickets.