Capturing Contemporary Rutgers
Over the last year in honor of the 250th Anniversary, the Zimmerli Art Museum has gathered and displayed photographs taken by students, faculty, staff, alumni, and visitors, who have captured the contemporary Rutgers experience. A selection of those images will be featured in a limited edition book available in fall 2016.
View the HereNow: Rutgers 250 digital gallery. Find HereNow on social media using #RUHereNow250.
About the Project
As a signature event for Rutgers' 250th Anniversary, HereNow: Rutgers 250 is a project by the Zimmerli Art Museum that includes a digital gallery, museum exhibition (now closed), and book celebrating the anniversary year. The entire Rutgers community had the opportunity to capture what education and campus life look like in the 21st century at a major public research university. All approved images were uploaded to the digital gallery, printed and installed in the exhibition, and considered for inclusion in the book available in fall 2016. Photo submissions were accepted online through July 3, 2016.