Monday, January 4, 2016

FIRST TUESDAYS @ THE ZIMMERLI ART MUSEUM


Art After Hours: First Tuesdays
WHEN: January 5 / 5 to 9pm
WHERE:
Zimmerli Art Museum, George and Hamilton St., New Brunswick

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Clockwise from top left: Mr. Jacot-Lefaive by Honoré Daumier, Eric Mintel, Simeon De Witt by Ezra Ames, and Eric Mintel Quartet.

Clockwise from top left: Mr. Jacot-Lefaive by Honoré Daumier, Eric Mintel, Simeon De Witt by Ezra Ames, and Eric Mintel Quartet.

This month’s Art After Hours program features curator-led tours of HonorĂ© Daumier and the Art of La Caricature and Simeon De Witt: Mapping the Revolution, as well as performances by the Eric Mintel Quartet. Pianist and composer Eric Mintel has brought his own energetic and lyrical style of jazz to audiences of all ages for more than 20 years. Free admission and complimentary refreshments.

For further details, visit the webpage.

Make History!
HereNow: Rutgers 250
Digital Gallery Now Open

Submit your photographs of Rutgers today to our microsite HereNow: Rutgers 250. The project includes a digital gallery, museum exhibition, and book capturing Rutgers during the academic year of its 250th anniversary. Rather than focus on Rutgers' history, the project will capture education and campus life in the early 21st century at a major public university. Rutgers' students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors to the New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden campuses may contribute photos through the project website. Images received by early January will be printed and hung for the opening of the exhibition on January 19, 2016. Thereafter, submitted images will be printed and installed in the museum at regular intervals, allowing the online and onsite exhibition to grow throughout the spring. Following the close of the exhibition, the 250 most compelling images will be published in a book available in the fall of 2016.

Make history! Upload your photos of Rutgers today! #RUHereNow250

ZIMMERLI ART MUSEUM AT RUTGERS UNIVERSITY / www.zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu
The Zimmerli's operations, exhibitions, and programs are funded in part by Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, and income from the Avenir Foundation Endowment, the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Endowment Fund, and the Voorhees Family Endowment, among others. Additional support comes from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts; the Estate of Victoria J. Mastrobuono; and donors, members, and friends of the Zimmerli Art Museum.