Throughout the spring, Chantel Amissah created a video series spotlighting different women artists and their contributions to global women’s rights, which she shared on the museum’s Instagram and Facebook pages.
The new Arts in Health Research Lab will perform arts-in-health research in New Jersey, develop innovative research strategies, including arts-based research methods, and establish a research plan to assess the health impact of Mason Gross and NJPAC’s productions and programs. The Lab will also engage students in developing research and leadership skills and encourage creativity and interdisciplinary research.
We need more comprehensive inclusion, stated Holly Blackford Humes, professor of English at Rutgers University–Camden. As part of Rutgers–Camden RePRESENTation Matters monthlong storytelling project, Humes spoke to the role of films in both validating children’s identities and providing windows into other lives and experiences.
In this moment of profound uncertainty, reconnection, and newfound creativity, the organizers of the Black Portraiture[s] conferences invite the submission of abstracts summarizing a paper, panel, or performance related to the role of “play” in past and contemporary African Diasporic art, performance, liberation struggles, and cultural work.
Rutgers University–Newark Professor Salamishah Tillet was awarded a Pulitzer Prize in criticism for her New York Times essays on race in arts and culture, the Pulitzer Prize board announced.