Rutgers–Camden Fall Arts and Events

The Rutgers–Camden theater program produced Hamlet in early 2020. Plays, concerts, art exhibits, and literary events on campus are open to the public in the fall 2021 semester.

Arts and events on the Rutgers–Camden campus are once again open to the public with precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Visitors must wear face coverings indoors and maintain a safe distance from others, and entrance to some events may require proof of vaccination. Please note that schedules are subject to change due to pandemic protocols. Please follow the links below for pages with details on events in each category. You also can visit the university events calendar, which lists all campus events by month.

Music and Theater

Theater: Rutgers–Camden productions of Born Yesterday and Pericles, Prince of Tyre.

Classical Music: Mallery Concert Series lunchtime performances most Wednesdays during the semester.

Student Performances: Big band, choral, and gospel groups are featured.

Stages of Discovery: Performances for K–12 schools and families.

Visual Art

On View at the Stedman Gallery: Art exhibits and sessions for K–12 teachers and students.

Visiting Artists Program

Student Works Gallery

Literary Events

Writers House Events and Literary Readings: Free literary readings by poets, and nonfiction and fiction writers, as well as other discussions.

Cooper Street Writing Workshops: Writing workshops for everyone from beginners to advanced writers.

Poetry Out Loud: National poetry recitation program for high school students.

Speakers, Conferences, Classes, and Networking Events

Alumni Events

Center for Urban Research and Education (CURE) seminar series

Historic Preservation: A variety of classes and workshops presented by the Mid-Atlantic Regional Center for the Humanities (MARCH).


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