Collaborative ARTS is back for a 13th year!

At Rutgers NJMS
Detail of "Untitled" painting by artist Mike Martin featuring geometric shapes, splatter, and vertical striated background in blue, black, purple, and white.

We are excited to announce that the Rutgers NJMS Collaborative ARTS Exhibit is returning for its 13th installment this year! This annual event features work by artists from the Arts Access program and JSDD’s WAE Center. See the exhibit both virtually and in-person at Rutgers NJMS from June 26 to August 31, 2023.

Participating Artists

The exhibit will once again showcase artwork by talented artists from Arts Access and the WAE Center. These artists have unique perspectives and styles, and their work reflects their individual experiences and creativity. This exhibit is an excellent opportunity to view all of that variety side-by-side in one cohesive experience.

Viewing the Exhibit

The exhibit will be available to view both virtually and in-person at Rutgers NJMS. Virtual viewing provides an opportunity to experience the exhibit from anywhere in the world, while in-person viewing offers an immersive experience that allows visitors to see the art up close and personal. To access the virtual gallery, visit the gallery landing page to view it on desktop or mobile. To visit the in-person installation at Rutgers NJMS, contact us to make arrangement.

Virtual Opening Reception

To kick off the exhibit, there will be a virtual opening reception on Monday, June 26, at 6 pm. This free event provides an opportunity to hear directly from the artists as they share their thoughts on art, the creative process, and showing their work at the annual Collaborative ARTS Exhibit at Rutgers NJMS. RSVP to this event here.

The Power of Art

The Rutgers NJMS Collaborative ARTS Exhibit is an annual celebration of creativity and community. Featuring the work of talented artists from Matheny Arts Access and JSDD’s WAE Center, the exhibit offers a unique opportunity to experience the power of art to inspire, connect, and transform. Whether viewing virtually or in-person, the exhibit promises to be a memorable and inspiring experience!

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