From lunch-hour concerts to opening-night galas, you can celebrate (and participate in) the arts at Rutgers–Camden. We’re proud to be a catalyst for arts and culture in the metropolitan region, curating art exhibitions, presenting concerts and theater productions, and hosting author readings and scholarly lectures—right here on campus.
Arts & Culture
Rutgers–Camden hosts author readings, art exhibitions, musical concerts, film screenings, special conferences, theater performances, and more throughout the semester for adults and children of all ages. Many events are free, and all are open to the public.
Music, Theater, & Visual Arts
All year, Rutgers–Camden hosts arts programming for the community to enjoy. Arts education, concerts, lectures, theater performances: there are many ways to experience arts and culture on our welcoming campus.
This year-round, multivenue arts institution presents programs in the visual arts, performing arts, arts education, and community projects for Pre K–12 through adults.
Featuring exhibitions year-round, the Stedman Gallery shows works from the Rutgers–Camden Collection of Art as well as art by faculty, students, and artists from across the region and globe.
Our Department of Fine Arts showcases the talents of our music, theater, and visual arts students, faculty, and visiting artists in exhibits and performances open to the public.
One of only three professional training orchestras in the country, Symphony in C presents its entire concert series at Rutgers–Camden.
Readings & Lectures
World-renowned researchers, prize-winning writers, and other thought leaders often lead panel discussions, give readings, and attend insightful conferences at Rutgers–Camden. Check the calendar of events for upcoming readings and lectures.
The nation’s brightest literary stars visit campus for public readings and more as part of the MFA in creative writing visiting writers series.
The Center for Urban Research and Education hosts a series of seminars on interesting, cutting-edge research and initiatives by scholars, community activists, and others engaged in urban research and/or urban change.