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BETWEEN MEMORIES: An Interview with Muriel Hasbun

Check out this interview by Instruments of Memory – conversations with women in the arts – between author Claudia Pretelin and artist, Muriel Hasbun, the 2021-22 Estelle Lebowitz Endowed Visiting Artist at Rutgers. In this interview Muriel shares with readers more about her life in and out her country of origin, the project that pays … Read More

National Arts & Humanities Month

October is National Arts & Humanities Month! #NAHM is a coast-to-coast collective recognition of the importance of culture in America. Join @americans4arts 31-day social media challenge – #ShowYourArt2021 – designed to promote awareness of National Arts and Humanities Month and engage the public in celebrating the power and diversity of the arts in our lives. … Read More

Welcome to artist Kameelah Janan Rasheed

Welcome to artist, Kameelah Janan Rasheed! This fall, she will begin an artist’s residency at Rutgers University­–New Brunswick through a partnership between Mason Gross School of the Arts and Douglass College. Her residency will offer students from both institutions the chance to express their creativity alongside a nationally and internationally known artist. Throughout her residency, … Read More

Apply today! Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair at Rutgers

The search is on for the next Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair! The Institute for Women’s Leadership, the School of Communication and Information, and the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies are joining together to seek a leader in the area of media, culture, and feminist studies to hold the Gloria Steinem Endowed Chair in … Read More

Book Release: Dismantling the Patriarchy, Bit by Bit

Congratulations to Judith K. Brodsky, founding co-director of the Institute for Women and Art and Rutgers Distinguished Professor Emerita, on the upcoming release of her book, Dismantling the Patriarchy, Bit by Bit: Art, Feminism, and Digital Technology. In this book, Brodsky discusses that female artists, including women artists of color, have been innovators in the … Read More

Zimmerli Art Museum Reopens to the Public

The Zimmerli Art Museum reopens to the public with multiple exhibits, including Angela Davis — Seize the Time, on view through June 15, 2022. This exhibition, co-curated by Donna Gustafson, Curator of American Art and Mellon Director for Academic Programs, Zimmerli Art Museum, and Gerry Beegan, Professor in the Department of Art & Design at … Read More

Muriel Hasbun: Seismic Traces opens September 1

The Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series Galleries at Douglass Library has reopened to the Rutgers Community with our annual Estelle Lebowitz Endowed Visiting Artist exhibit! Muriel Hasbun: Seismic Traces will be on view from September 1, 2021 – April 8, 2022. Born in El Salvador to a Salvadoran-Palestinian-Christian father and a French-Polish-Jewish mother, Hasbun … Read More

50th Anniversary of the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series

This fall semester marks 50 years of the Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series! The Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series (DWAS) is the oldest continuous running exhibition space in the United States dedicated to making visible the work of emerging and established contemporary women artists. It is a program of CWAH in partnership with … Read More

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