the Rutgers academic winter break, December 24, 2021, through January
17, 2022, the Zimmerli is open select days. We apologize for any
inconvenience this may cause.
- The museum is OPEN to the public on
January 8, 9, 15, and 16, from noon to 5pm. As always, admission
- The museum and its offices are
closed December 24 through January 2.
- Museum offices are open and staff
members are available by email and telephone during weekday
business hours from January 3 through 18.
- SparkNight is cancelled on January
- The Zimmerli resumes regular public
hours on Wednesday, January 19.
- In addition, Paparazzi Cafe is
closed December 17 through January 23.
Please note that, due to ongoing developments
regarding COVID-19, these hours may change. Before visiting the
museum, please check our website for
the most current details. For updates across Rutgers, visit Universitywide COVID-19 Information.
We invite you to experience
the Zimmerli's many virtual offerings during this time. Preview the
exhibition Angela Davis - Seize the Time on a recent episode of State of
the Arts. The segment
features interviews with the curators and contributors, as well as
footage throughout the galleries. Catch up on programs presented by
the Zimmerli - including curatorial and artist talks - on the museum's YouTube channel. For
children of all ages, the interactive If, at the Zimmerli takes you on a virtual
journey through the museum. Or just spend some time looking around our
website, which we redesigned and launched this past
Duvoisin, The postman slipped..., illustration for White
Snow, Bright Snow,
published 1947. Gouache and graphite on paper. Collection Zimmerli
Art Museum at Rutgers. Gift of Louise Fatio Duvoisin. Used by
permission of the Literary Estate of Roger Duvoisin in the care of
the Jean V. Naggar Literary Agency, Inc. Photo Peter Jacobs.