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The arts programs at Rutgers–Camden offer a flexible range of opportunities for students to explore an education in visual arts, art history/museum studies, and performing arts in music and theater. These programs teach technical, academic, creative, and communication skills as part of our curriculum in Animation, Graphic Design, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Art History, Music, Theater, and Filmmaking majors and concentrations.

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Five more days of Death Under Glass🔬 It’s your last chance to visit the exhibition in the Stedman Gallery before it is changed out for the new year! The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 10AM - 4PM. Get a glimpse of this rarely seen world of human cells before it’s too late… 🧫 
Death Under Glass is a collaboration between forensic pathologist Marianne Hamel MD, PhD, and forensic photographer Nikki Johnson, MFA. 
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Happy Friday!! Today we are featuring senior Theater major Nayeli DeJesus! 🎭 Her passion for theater started in highschool where, after participating in her first on-stage production, she fell in love with theater and never looked back. For her senior capstone project, Nayeli recently put together a bilingual Disney cabaret show. This show, a project that is very important and personal to Nayeli, took place during Hispanic Heritage Month, emphasizing the importance of Latin representation in theater. “As someone who grew up in a large family with several non-English speaking relatives, I wanted to create something that they could watch and relate to while also creating some childhood nostalgia,” she says. Nayeli pours her heart into everything she does, and having grown up in a big family, her favorite aspect about working in theater is the collaboration and camaraderie. Professors Damon Bonetti and So-Yeon Bin are two mentors from her time at Rutgers that Nayeli says she looks up to immensely. Learning from them is special because of how personal they make the learning experience for each student. When she graduates in May 2024, she will be a first-generation college graduate, an accomplishment that Nayeli says she is very proud of. 🎓 👏 Then, she hopes to tour for a show and eventually start working in film!
You can catch Nayeli’s next performance in Camden Cabaret this December! 
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Have a blank space on your course schedule for next semester? If you are in need of a class to take, register for Art of the Americas with Prof. Anabelle Rodriguez.🎨This three credit course explores the cultures of civilizations such as the Olmec, Maya, Aztec, and Inca. Does art history pique your interest? Expand your knowledge this spring!! 🌱 🌷
Get ready for Divine Illumination✨ The Rutgers–Camden Choir is bringing you a show full of light, love, and longing this pre-holiday season! Don’t miss the last concert of the Fall Semester! 
Directed by Prof. Soyeon Bin
When:  December 11th 11:30AM and 6:30PM
Where: Black Box Studio
You don’t want to miss The RU Project Band!!!🎸🎹🥁 STARTING TODAY, The RU Project Band presents to you a show featuring pop and contemporary classic music performances curated by our students! Come show your support and enjoy some good music! 
Directed by Prof. Jojo Streater
When: November 27th, November 28th 7:00PM
Where: Walter K. Gordon Theatre
Have you been enjoying the vibrant hues of the campus this fall season? 🍂 As fall break approaches, we hope you enjoy your time off spent with family and friends, giving thanks and celebrating time together!🦃🧡 
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