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Famed Sculptor Returns to Brookdale

In a career spanning more than four decades, sculptor A. Thomas Schomberg is arguably most famous for crafting the iconic “Rocky” statue, which sits near the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. During a series of talks on the Lincroft campus on Oct. 12, however, the artist reminisced on his lesser-known beginnings as one […]

Award-Winning Poets Speak at Brookdale

A capacity crowd of students, faculty and community members packed into the Student Life Center on Oct. 5 for the kickoff of this year’s Visiting Writers Series, featuring acclaimed poets Ilyse Kusnetz and Michael Broek. The award-winning wordsmiths read selections from their latest works and spoke with the audience about the various themes, personal histories […]

College Hour Goes “Live” with Notes at Noon

The 2015-16 Live at Lunch series got off to a rousing start on Sept. 22 with “Notes at Noon,” headlined by acclaimed jazz flutist Galen Abdur-Razzaq. A Montclair native and Rutgers University alumni, Abdur-Razzaq is an arranger, composer, director, educator, and writer who has brought his unique brand of jazz to audiences across the globe […]

New CVA Exhibit to Open with Faculty Day Reception

More than 30 artists from Asheville, Spruce Pine and other western North Carolina arts enclaves will be featured in the new exhibition “Clay Directions,” which opens to Brookdale students, faculty and staff in the Center for the Visual Arts (CVA) gallery on Sept. 1. The exhibition features more than 90 pieces of pottery, glass, wood […]

CVA Exhibition to Kick Off ‘Celebration of the Humanities’

Sculptors, painters, writers, musicians, dancers, performers and artists of all stripes are encouraged to submit work for a new Brookdale-themed Center for the Visual Arts (CVA) exhibition titled “We/Re/E-Merge.” All Brookdale faculty, staff and administrators can participate in the exhibition, which will run from Oct. 5 to Nov. 18 as part of a semester-long celebration […]

Summer Shakespeare Gives Fans a “Bloody” Good Show

Hundreds of theater fans, arts enthusiasts and day-trippers from across New Jersey set up camp on the Lincroft campus this month for the 14th annual production of Shakespeare on the Lawn. This year’s featured play – the rarely performed 16th century tragedy “Titus Andronicus” – was arguably the edgiest material ever staged by the Summer […]

Shakespeare on the Lawn Returns July 9

Get your lawn chair ready. Brookdale’s widely popular Summer Shakespeare Ensemble will return to the Great Lawn of the Lincroft campus July 9 with a two-week run of William Shakespeare’s “Titus Andronicus.” The performances, held Thursday through Sunday from July 9 – 19, are free and open to all. This year’s production, however, also comes […]

CVA Exhibition to Celebrate Brookdale’s Summer Term

Brookdale students, faculty and alumni will be featured alongside noted artists from the Monmouth County community in the Center for Visual Arts (CVA) gallery’s new exhibition “Honoring Summer II,” which opens June 24. Running through July 29, the show will feature dozens of photographs, paintings and other artwork created by 12 local artists, including Brookdale […]

Student-Produced Play to Open at PAC

All Brookdalians are invited to a special sneak preview of the student-produced play “Not With Haste,” beginning at 6 p.m. on May 21 in the Performing Arts Center’s Black Box Theater. The play – a stirring romantic comedy that follows a young college graduate in pursuit of love – is written, produced and performed by […]

Students Celebrate Release of Collage 2015

Dozens of Brookdale community members gathered in the Student Life Center on May 8 to officially launch this year’s Collage arts magazine. The free, 107-page publication features nearly 80 short stories, poems, paintings, photos and other artwork by dozens of student artists. Brookdale faculty, staff, students and administrators – including interim Executive Vice President of […]

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