On view at the Zimmerli Art Museum from January 19 to July 3, 2016, HereNow: Rutgers 250 is a compilation of the ideas, interests, and campus activities of everyone at and around Rutgers. Starting on January 19, the museum will print and hang the photographs that are sent to our digital gallery. All photographs will be reviewed at the museum (no images that are offensive or derogatory towards any group or individual will be accepted), uploaded to the digital gallery, printed, and hung in the museum gallery at regular intervals as traffic demands. As soon as your image has been approved for the museum exhibition, an email will be sent to you. The exhibition will grow day to day with contributions from Rutgers students, faculty, staff, and visitors to campuses at New Brunswick, Newark, and Camden. Visit the museum often to see the exhibition grow as more and more images define the state of our university in the academic year 2015-2016.
The exhibition is supported by the Estate of Ralph Voorhees, PNC Bank, and donors to the Zimmerli's Major Exhibition Fund: James and Kathrin Bergin, Alvin and Joyce Glasgold, Charles and Caryl Sills, Voorhees Family Endowment, and the Jerome A. Yavitz Charitable Foundation, Inc. -- Stephen Cypen, President. Related public programs are supported by the Friends of the Zimmerli Endowment Fund.