Students in the Department of Arts, Culture, and Media at Rutgers–Newark collaborate with activists, community members, and artists to make definitive statements on two of Newark’s better-known streets.

To underscore the importance of the Black Lives Matter movement, alumnus Alex Scoloveno creates an oversized mosaic of George Floyd.

Graduate student Grace Lynne Haynes and art professor Jordan Casteel have their paintings appear on the covers of The New Yorker and Vogue.

Nicole Fleetwood, a professor of American studies and art history at the School of Arts and Sciences, is the author of Marking Time: Art in the Time of Mass Incarceration.

Mason Gross School of the Arts alumnus relies on online practices to counter the isolation stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic.

City Verses: Elevating Voices through Jazz and Poetry is an initiative that blends two art forms to amplify the diversity of voices that often go unheard.