• Tom Rutledge returns with a new session of watercolors on April 17 in the final workshop for the spring. Cost is $30 ($25 for Zimmerli members). Visit the registration page for all details, including a supply list. Space is limited for enhanced instructor interaction.


    Rutgers alumnus Richard B. Woodward (RC‘72, Art History) presents "The Arts of Africa: Four Decades of Collecting at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts" on April 27. He focuses on his career as the founding curator of the African art department at the VMFA in Richmond. Consisting of more than 1,200 works, it is one of the country’s leading collections of the arts of Africa, noted for its broad chronological, geographic, and material scope. Members are invited to register on Zoom. Not yet a member? Learn more here!


    Join us at the free Virtual Exhibition Celebration for Communism Through the Lens: Everyday Life Captured by Women Photographers in the Dodge Collection on April 29. The program features an exhibition overview by Maria Garth, Dodge Fellow at the Zimmerli and Ph.D. candidate in art history, who organized the exhibition; followed by a roundtable discussion and audience Q&A session. Complete details and registration are available at


    PLEASE NOTE: The Zimmerli remains closed to the public, with all in-person programs and events suspended, until further notice. Please follow the university's dedicated COVID-19 information page regarding all updates across Rutgers campuses.


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