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Mason Gross School of the Arts

Mike and Deryck Thumb
Oct 31 2016

A living donation connects Rutgers’ alumni French horn players following a successful liver transplant.

Oct 27 2016

Anna Gichan is privy to two special worlds. In one, she wears her hearing aids and interacts with the frenetic sounds of everyday life. In the other, she exists in near silence.

Sep 11 2016

Rutgers classical saxophone instructor Paul Cohen has over 200 saxophones composing the largest private collection in the world. Watch and find out which instruments are his favorites and see how he finds his "personal voice" playing the sax.

May 4 2016

While studying photography at Mason Gross, Diana Marsh adored wandering with her camera, and she relished experimenting in the darkroom.

Dec 8 2015

New director of Rutgers Center for Digital Filmmaking pushes cinematic boundaries in his own work.

Dec 3 2015

The scholarships reflect the school’s belief that graduate study in art should be accessible to students from a diverse range of backgrounds.

Nov 23 2015

With a mix of serendipity and fearlessness that comes with being young, Gioseffi took a risk and started a farm about a year after graduating college.

Shield
Oct 14 2015

The board also appointed holders of Tepper Family Chair in Visual Arts and Unilever Chair for Study of Diet and Nutrition for the Prevention of Chronic Disease.

Sep 25 2015

Best known for creating large-scale, cut-paper black-and-white tableaus depicting the horrors of slavery, the visual artist arrives on campus last month.

May 22 2015

NJTV arts correspondent, Maddie Orton, explores New Jersey's creative side by reporting on art performances around the state.

Feb 16 2015

In the wake of devastating climate events like Superstorm Sandy, a team of world-class scientists race to understand climate change in the fastest winter-warming place on the earth, the West Antarctic Peninsula.

Feb 13 2015

Kristen Adele Calhoun's series tells the story of best friend-actresses – one black and one white – trying to make it New York.

Feb 8 2015

The Mingus Project brings 10 of the biggest names in jazz to campus each year. Watch and listen to the amazing sounds coming from Douglass Campus.

Nov 14 2014

 The Mason Gross graduate composer forum allows graduate students to hear their works played by professional musicians. 

Sep 28 2014

The 121-credit interdisciplinary major will train students in all aspects of filmmaking.

Sep 2 2014

After two decades, Lisett Clark found her way back to the classroom at Mason Gross School of the Arts.

Benjamin Franklin
Jun 5 2014

Accompanying narration using Benjamin Franklin's own words will enhance performance by Rutgers' Distinguished Professor of Music Julianne Baird. 

Feb 18 2014

Watch as Opera at Rutgers prepared to perform Benjamin Britten's "The Rape of Lucretia" at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City.

Wael Farouk
Sep 27 2013

Born with short hand ligaments that make it difficult to reach the ends of the piano, Wael Farouk was told his disability was too much and his dreams of being able to play were impossible.

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