Thursday, May 4 / 4:30 to 8 pm
Gallery Tours * Art Activities * Music by Ariana Sowa Quartet
Making with Megan Lotts from the Art Library
Yoga, Meditation, & Sound Bath with SKY Sound Yoga
& open to the public. Complimentary light refreshments. Flirty Desserts food truck.
the event page for
updates and parking information.
Sarah Yeung from SKY
Federation of Art Song:
Fellowship Award Winners
Sunday, May 7 / 2 to 5 pm
Enjoy performances by
participants in the Federation of the Art Song (FAS) Fellowship Award,
an international competition, which supports the careers of exceptional
singers and collaborative pianists who share a passion for art song
performance by providing opportunities, mentorship, and financial
Baritone Jared Michaud
and pianist Christina Koti, who were awarded the 2022-2023 FAS
Fellowship, perform an innovative expression of the Art Song. The
performance begins at 2 pm, followed by a reception at 4 pm.
The concert is free and
open to the public, but seating is limited. Please RVSP on Eventbrite: go.rutgers.edu/fasrsvp0507
For complete details
about FAS, biographies of the winners, and parking information, please
visit the museum's event page.
Jared Michaud and
Christina Koti. Courtesy of FAS.
Behind the Scenes of
"You Gotta Meet Mr. Pierce!"
A Conversation with
Jennifer Mack-Watkins & Jeffrey Wolf
Thursday, May 11 / 5 to 7
In conjunction with the
exhibition You Gotta Meet Mr. Pierce!, artist
Jennifer Mack-Watkins is joined by film editor Jeffrey Wolf to explore
the life and legacy of Elijah Pierce. They discuss how they met, the
artistic process behind the illustrations, Wolf’s archive and
collection of works by Pierce, and how both are introducing Pierce’s
art to future generations.
The exhibition celebrates
the new children's book You Gotta Meet Mr. Pierce! The Storied Life of Folk
Artist Elijah Pierce (Kokila, 2023; ages 4-8), written
by Chiquita Mullins Lee and Carmella Van Vleet and illustrated by Jennifer Mack-Watkins.
Free and open to the
public. Please visit the event page for all details, including
This free program is
funded by the PNC Grow Up Great Foundation.
Photo Elizabeth Brooks.
Virtual Artist Talk: Renée
Wednesday, May 17 / 7 to 8 pm
Join us for a unique
opportunity to hear from Renée Stout, whose prints, drawings,
photographs, and mixed media installations are inspired by the African
Diaspora, as well as her daily life and current events. Her mixed media
work The Black Wall (2008) is on view in the Zimmerli's
Art of the Americas galleries.
Talk is followed by a
Registration is required:
go.rutgers.edu/zamzoom0517 The talk
will be recorded and posted to the museum's YouTube channel.
For more information
about Renée Stout, visit the event page.
Generous support for this
project provided by Art Bridges.
Renée Stout. Photo Grace
Save the Date
Sunday, May 21
Komar & Melamid
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1 to 3 pm
2 to 5 pm
Puppet Drama & Séance
Alex Melamid and the Incoherents Installation
Photo McKay Imaging Photography
Plan Your Visit
review the most current visitor information,
alternate access to the museum during renovations.
Wednesday & Friday 11AM–6PM
Saturday & Sunday Noon–5PM
Galleries are closed Monday & Tuesday, but the lobby
more about all the current exhibitions.
throughout the museum are wheelchair accessible.
Effective October 1, 2022
coverings are optional.
attendees are no longer required to show proof of vaccination or a
negative COVID-19 test.
the most current updates, please visit Universitywide Protocols.
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.
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