The online gallery, the first component of the project HereNow: Rutgers 250, launched on Rutgers' Charter Day, November 10, 2015. The museum exhibition opened on January 19, 2016. Don't forget to visit the Zimmerli's other 250th anniversary exhibition Simeon De Witt: Mapping the Revolution when you visit!

Watch this page for details on project progress and other breaking information related to HereNow: Rutgers 250.


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Our Student Coordinator, Angela, was interviewed on the Wake Up Rutgers television program. She discussed everything a student needs to know about HereNow: Rutgers 250. Here is the link to the episode - the interview begins at 19:20 so feel free to skip ahead or watch the entire thing!



As of today, we have officially received 375 photos! Thanks to everyone who has contributed! The collection is growing so be sure to check it daily.



Have you seen today's Targum yet? No? Go take a look! HereNow was featured with a front page spread! Donna Gustafson, Curator of American Art, was interviewed, as well as the HereNow Student Coordinator, Angela Bouton. If you can't get a hold of a paper copy, check out the article on the Targum's website here!



Come check out Art After Hours tonight at the Zimmerli! Unwind after classes or work with an exhibition celebration, music, and complimentary refreshments! The night is co-organized with Rutgers University Programming Association (RUPA), so expect a fun time. View the photos that already have been submitted, meet people behind the project, and learn how you can become involved as it continues through the spring! The event runs from 5 to 9 pm, and is FREE TO ALL, so there is no reason to not come! See you there!



We are up to 671 images! Thanks to everyone who has contributed! Be sure to check in daily, as the collection continues to grow. 


We've been featured! Donna Gustafson, Curator of American Art, and our Student Coordinator, Angela Bouton were interviewed for a short segment on RU TV! Have any questions regarding the exhibition? Check this out and have all your inquiries answered. It can be viewed here



727 images! The turn out has been amazing! Thanks to everyone who has contributed! Be sure to send more in!



We're at it again! RU TV has featureed HereNow during one of their segments, Paint the Town Scarlet. Watch it here to see the curators speak about the exhibition as well as students give their opinions on the exhibition. 



Natalie Zamora, from RUckmakers, featured HereNow in her newest article! In it, she explains the purpose of the exhibition, as well as why students should get involved. Check it out here!