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Activities for All Ages in October @ The Zimmerli Art Museum in New Brunswick
Please visit individual event pages below for
all details, including safety protocols, registration information, parking, and
Thursday, October 7 / 4:30 - 8 pm
your curiosity. Spark your creativity. Spark a connection.
features unique experiences throughout the galleries. This
month, make a screenprint inspired by the exhibition Angela
Davis – Seize the Time, explore
the galleries to find memory games, selfie spots, and reflection prompts,
open to the public. Presented in collaboration with Rutgers
Global and New Brunswick Parking Authority.
Sunday, October 10 / 1 - 3
Our FREE drop-in family art
workshop returns in person!
Each month, join us for a
new project inspired by a work on view in the museum, and spend some
quality creative time together. No registration required.
Workshop will be held
The series is organized by
Gerry Beegan, co-curator of the exhibition and professor in Art &
Design at Rutgers’ Mason Gross School of the Arts.
Selection of material from Lisbet
Tellefsen’s archive. Courtesy of Lisbet Tellefsen.
SEIZE THE TIME READING
First Meeting: Friday, October 29 / 7pm
The Zimmerli and Paul
Robeson Galleries at Rutgers-Newark are pleased to partner to
host a reading group exploring prison abolition in conjunction with the
exhibition Angela Davis – Seize the
Time. This series provides
space for meaningful exchanges around the themes and questions in Davis's
influential book Are Prisons Obsolete?
The series is facilitated
by educator, scholar, and Rutgers alum, Michael Anderson. He also is a
facilitator with Noname
Book Club, which is dedicated to uplifting POC voices.
The group meets on Zoom:
October 29, November 19, December 10, and January 14.
open to the public, 18 and older. Registration is required and opens
October 1. Visit our Events
Calendar for more information.
Carrie Schneider, Abigail
Reading Angela Davis (An Autobiography, 1974), from the series Reading
Women. 2014 C-print. Image
courtesy the artist and Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago. From the
exhibition Angela Davis - Seize the
Saturday, October 30 & November 20 / 1 - 3:30 pm
October 30: Autumn
Landscape in Watercolor with Tom Rutledge
Learn tips and tricks in a
project inspired by a painting from the Zimmerli's collection (above).
November 20: Exploring the
Potential of Colored Pencils withWes Sherman
Think beyond the coloring
book and discover creative ways to use colored pencils in exploring your
take place on Zoom. No experience is necessary.
Registration is $40, $35 for Zimmerli members, for
each workshop. Register for both workshops and save 10%!
Visit our Events
Calendar for registration information and supply lists
(participants must provide their own materials).
Jasper Francis Cropsey, Autumn on
the Delaware River, 1856.
Oil on canvas. Gift of Norman and Dainne Finkelstein, Rutgers class of
PLAN YOUR VISIT
While making your plans to
return to the Zimmerli,
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
and the donors, members, and friends of the Zimmerli Art Museum.