December Activities

Music at the Museum spotlights the talents of Mason Gross faculty members. On Sunday, December 13, Holiday Jazz features Tara Buzash, Daniel Silverstein, Will Macirowski, Isaac Dye, Peter Park, and Anthony Fazio at 2pm. In addition, a preconcert forum beings at 1pm. Organized by the Mason Gross Extension Division and hosted by the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers. Admission is free, but seating is limited.


Rutgers Students: Looking for a new spot to study for finals? Stop by the Zimmerli for Study After Hours, beginning at 10am on Monday, December 14, and lasting for 24 hours! Enjoy comfortable and quiet gallery spaces, free WiFi, complimentary snacks and beverages, and study break activities.


New Works on View

In honor of World AIDS Day, two iconic works are now in the lobby: Silence = Death by AIDS Coalition To Unleash Power (ACT UP) and Ignorance = Fear. Silence = Death. Fight AIDS. Act Up. by Keith Haring. Created in 1987 and 1989, respectively, these protest posters represent important tools that have been used by activists to give visibility to their cause. Inaugurated on December 1, 1988, World AIDS Day has been held every year since. This day is an opportunity for the global community to show solidarity with those who are living with HIV and to honor those who have lost their lives due to this deadly pandemic.

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