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Open Your Eyes to the Artistic Side of Hair and an Invisible City, All Part of the Visual Arts Scene at Rutgers University in Newark

Want to discover the many ways in which hair is represented in culture and the arts?  Or see the hidden beauty of “the invisible city” of a Newark artist?


Chorus To Give Spring Concerts In Glen Ridge, Newark, In April, Early May

The 50-voice Rutgers University Chorus, Newark Campus, will present spring concert on Sunday, April 28, 4:30 p.m. in Christ Episcopal Church, 74 Park Ave., Glen Ridge, N.J.


Women’s History Month Film Festival

 Three-Day International Film Screenings, Thursday, March 7 – Saturday, March 9, 2013


‘Hip-Hop For Peace’ On Oct. 12 To Celebrate ‘Day Of Race’, Promote Social Justice

Rutgers-Newark Hosts Free Public Event Oct.

Rutgers Mourns Artist, Professor Denyse Thomasos: Services Set for Friday, July 27

Professor Denyse Thomasos, an internationally recognized artist who taught painting, drawing and print-making, died suddenly on July 19. She was 47.