The Semester May Be Winding Down, But We're Not Slowing Down

April 24: The New Brunswick Chamber Orchestra presents Reframing Classical Music, featuring wine, cheese, and conversation between short musical works. The casual environment of this salon introduces guests to what inspires the performers, their art, and how they do it.


April 30: Stop by for FREE art activities on Rutgers Day! Enjoy scavenger hunts, face painting, gallery tours, and caricatures, as well as printmaking (using fruits and vegetables!) with the Brodsky Center and a performance by the Rutgers Children’s Choir and Scarlet Singers from the Mason Gross Extension Division.


May 3: Art After Hours: First Tuesdays features exhibition tours of Raging through Time: The Art of David Wojnarowicz and Abstraction Squared; Slide Jam with artists Spencer Merolla and Ben Suga; and pop/blues/hip hop duo Kay and Ray.


May 4-5: Looking for a new spot to study for finals? Rutgers students can take advantage of Study After Hours, when the Zimmerli remains open for 24 hours straight. Comfortable and quiet gallery spaces are equipped with free WiFi, electrical outlets, and added seating. During the overnight hours, the museum offers complimentary snacks, beverages, and creative study break activities, as well as yoga and meditation sessions (mats provided). Rutgers ID required for entry after 5pm.


All programs are free.

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