The Arts

Movies, Theater, Art, Books, TV, Music, and Dance

Illustration of Story Bot

Full of Answers

Alumnus Gregg Spiridellis wins a top TV honor for his Netflix children's series, Ask the StoryBots.

Patrick Rosal

Dynamic Duo

Poets Gregory Pardlo and Patrick Rosal, both instructors at Rutgers–Camden, win top fellowship.

Fashion Illustration

The Business of Fashion

Rutgers Business School offers a  master's degree in the business of fashion—a first in the nation.

Alumna Laurie Berkner, the “Queen of Children’s Music

Rockin' in the Wee World

Alumna Laurie Berkner, the "Queen of Children's Music," releases her first album in eight years.

Hipster, 1986 gelatin silver print by Igor Moukhin

Subjective Truths

Zimmerli Museum exhibit explores the images of well-known photographers effecting social change.

Past Life, painting by Michael Bartmann

Urban Visions

Picturing Camden, a Rutgers–Camden art show, views Camden through the eyes of contemporary artists.

Alumna Kristen Scalia

Design Sense

Alumna Kristen Scalia, owner of Kanibal & Co., is a top interior designer in Jersey City, New Jersey. 

Illustration of a sax

A Rare Collection

Music instructor Paul Cohen, an authority on the saxophone, has a rare collection of the instrument.

Chicory magazine cover

Buried Treasure

Professor Mary Rizzo unearths a forgotten Baltimore publication that was the voice of the city's residents.

Record label display at Paul Robeson Galleries

One Long Solo

Records at Play, an exhibit of archives from the Institute of Jazz Studies, on view at Express Newark.

Todd Nichols, the new director of the  athletic bands and associate director of Rutgers University–New Brunswick bands

Strike Up the Band

Todd Nichols takes over as the director of the athletic bands at Rutgers–New Brunswick.

Alumna Imbolo Mbue

A Dream to Behold

Alumna Imbolo Mbue wins the 2017 PEN/Faulkner Award for her debut novel, Behold the Dreamers.