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  • Families are invited to get creative at Art Together on December 2. This free, drop-in series of interactive workshops are led by Mason Gross MFA students and teaching artists.

     

    Take a break from the holiday rush and relax at Art After Hours on December 4. The evening includes curator-led tours of Timekeeping and Dialogues - The 60s Generation: Lydia Masterkova / Evgenii Rukhin, with vintage holiday tunes from DJs DRKBXT and KOJAK, accompanied by Germain Brito on trumpet.

     

    Don't miss the film BPM (Beats per Minute) to commemorate this year's World AIDS Day and Day without Art. The screening takes place at the College Ave Student Center on December 5.

     

    On December 6, we welcome Maximilian Uriarte, creator of the popular comic strip “Terminal Lance” and author of the best-selling graphic novel The White Donkey: Terminal Lance, for an artist talk. Both works are drawn from Uriarte’s experiences in the U.S. Marine Corps, where he served two tours in Iraq. Selected drawings from The White Donkey are on view in conjunction with Self-Confessed! through December 30.

     

    Music at the Museum returns on December 9, featuring the program “Winter Wonderland – Classical Selections from Nordic Countries.” Musicians include Benjamin Berman, Sharon Gayoung Cho, Mira Kang, Allison Brewster Franzetti, and Michael Noble from the Mason Gross Extension Division faculty.

     

    PLEASE VISIT INDIVIDUAL EVENT PAGES FOR IMPORTANT CAMPUS PARKING INFORMATION

     

    Save the Dates! December 13-14: Study All Night Returns for Rutgers Students

     

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