Join us for a night of creativity, empowerment, and inspiration, as we showcase the important contributions of women artists, performers, and student and community organizations, as well as highlight the Zimmerli’s exhibitions Storyteller: Michelle V. Agins and The Body Implied: The Vanishing Figure in Soviet Art.
- Enjoy the harmonious melodies of the talented Rutgers-based acapella groups Deep Treble and RU Shockwave.
- Engage in hands-on art making workshop led by artist Gluklya, whose work with textiles is featured in the exhibition The Body Implied: The Vanishing Figure in Soviet Art.
- Join a curator-led walkthrough of the exhibition The Body Implied with Stephanie Dvareckas (Dodge Avenir Fellow and Rutgers Ph.D. Student in Art History) and hear more from artist Gluklya.
Free and open to the public. Complimentary light refreshments. Food available for purchase from a food truck (TBA).
Thank you, to all of our campus and community partners in presenting this event!
Pre-register here for free visitor parking, which allows you to park in Lots 11, 16, 26, & 30. Until this process is completed, your vehicle is not registered and you may receive a citation. Special event parking and special event permits are only for visitors to the university and does not include free metered parking. Faculty, staff, and students must park only in lots where they are authorized to park. Please note, this is a unique link for this event and not valid for any other dates or events.
- For directions to campus parking lots, search by the lot number on the Rutgers map.
- Lot 16 is the closest to the Zimmerli, located behind the museum. For directions, you also may use the address 536 George Street, New Brunswick, NJ 08901, which is the building located next to the lot entrance.