• Improve your skills and learn new techniques during Winter Watercolors with Tom Rutledge on December 7. This workshop for adults is open to all, regardless of artistic experience, and supplies are included in the registration fee.


    Music at the Museum pays homage to the compositions of John Cage and the exhibition Women Artists on the Leading Edge: Celebrating Douglass College at 100 on December 8. Free and open to the public, but seating is limited.


    Getting ready for finals? Study All Night, when the Zimmerli remains open 24+ hours straight, returns December 12 and 13 for Rutgers students to study for exams and write final papers among their favorite works of art in quiet gallery spaces, with refreshments and study break activities – all for free!


    Join us at a free, public reception on December 14 for the new exhibition Dialogues—Ilya Kabakov and Viktor Pivovarov: Stories About Ourselves, which delves into one of the hallmarks of unofficial Soviet art from the height of the Cold War. It focuses on the two artists’ work created in the format of the album: an innovative genre of visual art popularized in the 1970s by conceptual artists in Moscow.


  • Student Resource

    The Zimmerli is a quiet and inspirational place to study, as well as a lively exhibition and programming space!