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Undergraduate: Introduction to Art History; American Art from 1600 to 1900; Modern American Art from 1876 to 1970; Undergraduate: Introduction to Art History; Undergraduate: Introduction to Art History; Undergraduate: Introduction to Art History; Undergraduate: Introduction to Art History Artists’ Books in Twentieth-Century Art; Junior/Senior Seminar Artists, Musicians, and Poets in the Museum (with Gerry Beegan, Mason Gross School of the Arts); Byrne First Year Seminar: Artists, Musicians, and Poets in the Museum (with Gerry Beegan, Mason Gross School of the Arts); Within the Museum (as part of the SAS Honors Program’s Honors Colloquium)
A Dual Presence: 1889–2009: National Association of Women Artists (co-curated with Jeffrey Wechsler, Senior Curator) The exhibition was on display at the UBS Gallery in New York from January 17 to April 12, 2009. From May 14th to July 31st, 2009,
American Federation of Arts, Pictures of the World Between: The Circus in Twentieth-Century American Art, American Federation of Arts, 2001. The Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, CT; the Ringling Museum in Sarasota, FL; and the Austin Museum of Art in Austin, TX were visited.
American Federation of Arts and the Gilcrease Museum, The Poetry of Place: Works on Paper by Thomas Moran from the Gilcrease Museum Collection, 2001. The Joslyn Art Museum in Omaha, Nebraska, and the Frick Art Museum in Pittsburgh were visited.

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The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, is searching for an Assistant Curator. The Assistant Curator is a full-time employee who is in charge of organizing temporary exhibits based on his or her research on artifacts in the Zimmerlis Collections of Russian art, especially the Norton and Nancy Dodge Collection of Soviet Nonconformist Art. The Assistant Curator collaborates with a number of Zimmerli departments as well as University departments to establish the highest professional standards in the field, advance the institution’s mission, and achieve the long-term goals of the Zimmerli Art Museum.

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An Assistant Curator specializing in graphic arts is required at the Zimmerli Art Museum, Morse Research Center for Graphic Arts, Rutgers, which is located on the College Avenue campus of Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ. The museum, which was established in 1966 as the Rutgers University Art Gallery, has a collection of 60,000 objects ranging from ancient to contemporary art, with especially strong holdings in American art, nineteenth-century French art, and Russian and Soviet Nonconformist Art.
The Assistant Curator will look after the museum’s collection of around 40,000 prints, drawings, photos, and rare books, as well as interpret and make them public. The employee will be completely involved in the graphic arts collection’s collections care, exhibits, museum programs, and external growth. Working with museum colleagues to research, document, conserve, and manage the collection; proposing and organizing regular and special exhibitions from the collection; assisting researchers and managing class visits to the Morse Center study room; researching and proposing new acquisitions; administering loan requests and collection inquiries; assisting researchers and managing class visits to the Morse Center study room

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On Thursday, January 28, the free film series The History of Russian Design begins. The 20-minute episode will be accompanied by a live Q&A with Julia Tulovsky, Zimmerli curator of Russian and Soviet Nonconformist Art, and Alexandra Sankova, director of the Moscow Design Museum, co-curators of the Zimmerli exhibition “Everyday Soviet: Soviet Industrial Design and Nonconformist Art (1959-1989),” which is now a virtual exhibition on Zimmerli at Home. Zimmerlimuseum.rutgers.edu has more detail and registration.
Saturday Sparks Adult Art Workshops allow you to express your imagination while also combating cabin fever. On January 30 and April 17 (each session has a different theme), Tom Rutledge returns with watercolors, and on March 13 Wes Sherman introduces a new medium, oil pastels. Every workshop costs $30; members of Zimmerli and those who attend several sessions receive discounts. There is no requirement for prior experience, but space is restricted. For more information and to register, go to go.rutgers.edu/artclasses.
On February 2, the Zimmerli, Windows of Understanding, and Rutgers Global will present Art After Hours. The Zoom software focuses on a listening session of James Baldwin’s 1963 speech at the University of Chicago, “The Moral Responsibility of the Artist.” It is accompanied by a panel of Mason Gross School of the Arts faculty members giving brief personal reflections on the intersections of their art and social practice, as well as a live Q&A. Frederick Curry, Marc Handelman, Heather Hart, Marshall Jones, and Jo-El Lopez are among the featured speakers. Details can be found at Zimmerli at Home Virtual Activities, where you can also watch video clips of previous events. The curriculum is part of this year’s Windows of Understanding public art series, which is now in its fourth year of combining artists with organizations to showcase local social justice programs that are making progress. Via February 28, works will be on display in New Brunswick, Highland Park, and Metuchen.