Stedman Gallery Exhibits and Events

The Phoenix Festival by the Myth Makers at 1401 Federal Street in Camden is one of the public art pieces featured in A New View—Camden, which is the subject of the current Stedman Gallery exhibit.

The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts is presenting a robust schedule of visual art exhibits in the Stedman Gallery, as well as museum education programming for K–12 teachers and students.

Stedman Gallery Visitor Information
Hours: Monday–Saturday, 10 a.m.–4 p.m.

A New View—Camden
Stedman Gallery
Through Dec. 11

This exhibition  is presented in conjunction with the public art projectA New View–Camden. The exhibition and accompanying catalog document the project from its inception in 2019 to its installation in 2021. The show celebrates the art and artists whose works helped inspire us to think more critically about the issue of illegal dumping in Camden. Viewers will be introduced to the artistic process that moves a project from initial idea to large-scale work. Photographs, drawings, schematics, and maquettes showcase the progress of these projects.

Artist as Activist: Creators Who Inspire Change

Artists whose work is featured in A New View–Camden will discuss their work with Kimberly Camp, one the project’s curators.

Tyler Fuqua
Fuqua will discuss his artwork, Mechan 11: The Collector.
Thursday, Oct. 7, 6 p.m.

Don Kennell and Lisa Adler
Thursday, Oct. 14, 6 p.m.
Kennell and Adler will discuss their artwork, Invincible Cat.

The Mythmakers
Thursday, Oct. 21, 6 p.m.
Donna Dodson and Andy Moerlein will discuss The Phoenix Festival.

Erik James Montgomery
Montgomery will discuss Camden Is…Bright Not Blight.
Thursday Oct. 28, 6 p.m.

K-12 Museum Education Program: A New View—Camden

Students will be introduced to the artistic process that moves a project from initial idea to a large-scale public artwork. Through the Museum Education Program, students engage with challenging artworks and subject matters enabling them to better understand the visual arts and give informed responses to what they see. In-school time slots are available for virtual programs.

There are two ways to experience the public art in A New View – Camden: 1) Live Zoom presentation available for classrooms, or 2) an RCCA educator will meet your class on site at one of the public artworks; option 2 is only available through Oct. 31, 2021. To schedule a virtual tour of this exhibition for your class or group, please contact Miranda Powell at 856-225-6202 or miranda.powell@rutgers.edu

World Peace at Your Fingertips by Krista Franklin

Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry
Virtual Stedman Gallery
Oct. 11 through Dec. 11

In conversation with Angela Davis: Seize the Time, an exhibition at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers–New Brunswick, the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts presents Krista Franklin: Visual Poetry. This virtual exhibition showcases the visual work of artist and writer Krista Franklin, who said, “My work emerges at the intersection of poetics, popular culture, and the dynamic histories of the African Diaspora. The fantastic, the surreal, mythmaking, Black portraiture, and the collective conscious are conceptual preoccupations of my work.”

Virtual Reading Featuring Krista Franklin

Wednesday Oct. 27, 7 p.m.
Occasions for Gathering Series: Krista Franklin and Randall Horton

The Institute for the Study of Global Racial Justice, the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts, and the Rutgers–Camden Writers House present Occasions for Gathering featuring Randall Horton and Krista Franklin. Join us as these category-transcending artists present new work. Curated by directors of the ISGRJ at Rutgers–Camden, Occasions for Gathering provides opportunities for discussion, group writing, reading, collaboration, and art-making throughout the academic year.

 

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