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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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Here’s a glimpse of our 2024 Senior Thesis Show! We hope to see you there for the reception on May 11th, from 3pm to 5pm. 
When: May 1st - May 16th; Reception: Saturday May 11th 3pm-5pm
Where: Stedman Gallery
Today’s Faculty Feature highlights Dr. Julianne Baird. Prof. Baird was born in North Carolina and raised on a farm in the Appalachian Mountains, growing up with what she describes as a “Southern Gothic upbringing.” She now lives across the bridge in Philadelphia. Prof. Baird holds an MA in Musicology from Eastman School of Music, a diploma from the Salzburg, Austria Mozarteum, and a Ph.D in Musicology from Stanford University. Known for her incredibly fast coloratura, a type of fast, high and light singing in the Baroque field, she is considered one of the top singers in early Baroque music in the United States. Some of her most notable achievements are winning the Vera Award for excellence in achievement in the field of Classical Singing, receiving a Musica Sacra Lifetime Achievement Award, and being a lifetime member of the American Academy of Voice Teachers. Prof. Baird is one of the most recorded sopranos with around 120 solo CDs. She has collaborated with Meryl Streep, whom she considers her all-time favorite actress. Prof. Baird credits Erich Schwandt, a Canadian musicologist, with inspiring her and for “teaching me how to trill.” Prof. Baird loves learning new languages, traveling to places like Austria and Italy, and is a captivating storyteller. She enjoys gianduja ice cream and loves her cat Pantera. 🐈‍⬛ 🍨
📸: @pippinchester_1
Today's the opening day for our 2024 Senior Thesis Show: We Perform the Ornate Escape! Join us to celebrate the hard work of our graduating seniors!
When: May 1st- May 16th; Reception: Saturday May 11th 3pm-5pm
Where: Stedman Gallery
It’s time for a blast from the past! Join us for our final concert of the semester, Soundtrack to the CounterCulture of the 60’s, directed by Miles Smith. This lively show will get you moving and will be a
perfect end to the semester!🎶
When: May 1st at 6:30PM
Where: Walter K. Gordon Theater
Join us to celebrate the amazing work of our graduating artists in the 2024 Senior Thesis Show: We Perform the Ornate Escape! It will showcase various media, including crochet,  3D prints, and more! Come witness their amazing and hard work! Here's a photo of them working hard to prepare for the show!
When: May 1st- May 16th; Reception: Saturday May 11th 3pm-5pm
Where: Stedman Gallery
Join us on Tuesday for an open mic night!🎤CAB is collaborating with WCCR after an exciting day at Scarlet Fest for some poetry, music, comedy and fun in the Raptor Rooster! Join your fellow classmates and showcase your talent!
When: Tuesday, April 23rd 6pm to 9pm
Where: Raptor Roost
📸: @kamile_kuntzphotography, featuring Jennifer Calay’23 🎓
Summer is approaching!☀️ One week of classes left! Good luck on those final exams and projects and let's end the semester strong📚Have a fun and safe summer! See you in the fall!🍂