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Public Art Initiative wins award

Pictured: a portion of one of the murals.

‘Murals for Justice’ – Newark’s BLACK LIVES MATTER street murals, have won the COMMUNICATION ARTS 2021 Award for ‘Design, Organization and Production’.

The murals were a dynamic collaboration between the Arts, Culture, Media Graphic Design program (@acm_gd); the City of Newark, Land Collective, the Project for Empty Space, and Express Newark Partner Organization: New Arts Justice. Many other Newark-based artists contributed their time and talent as well, and, Sherwin Williams donated the supplies.

You can read more about Communication Arts as well as the murals here.

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Announcing the 2020 Graphic Design Capstone Project

Pictured: logo for 2020 Capstone Project

The Department of Arts, Culture & Media at Rutgers University-Newark, is pleased to share the 2020 senior graphic design capstone…

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Rutgers Chorus sings on despite Covid-19

Pictured: students singing from home due to Covid 19

We are stronger together even though we are apart. Please enjoy this video put together by Professor Brian Harlow, who…

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ACM Professors win Cultural Programming Grant

Pictured: Prof. Ned Drew engaging with high school students at Express Newark

Professors Ned Drew, Keary Rosen, Rebecca Jampol, and Emmanuel Cacciatore received a Cultural Programming Grant to conduct a Visual Literacy…

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ACM class creates a permanent mural in Newark

mural created by ACM class

COLOQUIUM  in Arts, Culture and Media is a team-taught interdisciplinary special topics class led by a variety of professors from…

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