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5 to 7 pm / Experiment
with a variety of materials that have different textures and sensory
experiences. Inspired by the printmaking processes of the artists on
view in The Brodsky Center at Rutgers University: Three Decades,
5 to 7:30 pm / New
Brunswick Jazz Project Presents Ilan Eisenzweig Trio
5:30 to 6 pm / Remarks
& Learn More About Disability Awareness Month
6 to 6:30 pm / Join an
in-depth exploration of one of the artworks in The
Brodsky Center at Rutgers University.
of Australia’s leading contemporary artists, whose Indigenous
matrilineal family is from northwest Queensland, Watson's work is often
concerned with unearthing hidden histories of Indigenous Australian
experiences under colonialism.
kick off a new season of our popular FREE, drop-in, family art workshop
series, be inspired by the exhibition, The Brodsky Center
at Rutgers University: Three Decades, 1986-2017. Experiment
with several types of printmaking and try a variety of techniques. Be
prepared to get a little messy! And while prints are drying, check out
Michael, interim president of Bacone College in Muskogee, Oklahoma, and
Camilla Townsend, professor in Rutgers Department of History, discuss
their new book On the Turtle's Back: Stories the Lenape
Told Their Grandchildren, available from Rutgers University
Events are free and open to the public,
unless otherwise indicated.
Plan Your Visit
Free Admission Wednesday & Friday 11AM–6PM
& Sunday Noon–5PM Galleries are closed Monday & Tuesday, but the lobby
Melanie Yazzie, Metamorphosis,
2000. Collaborating printer/papermaker: Gail Deery.
Lithograph on pulp painting in overbeaten abaca fiber and linen paper.
Edition: variants of 37. Private Collection. Photo Dorothy Paolo.
Book Cover of On
the Turtle's Back: Stories the Lenape Told Their Grandchildren.
funding for the Indigenous Arts and Culture Series has been provided by
Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund.
support is provided by the New Brunswick Parking Authority.
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.
Zimmerli Art Museum Rutgers University 71 Hamilton
Street | New Brunswick, NJ 08901 US