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Rutgers has more than 20 artistic venues - studios, galleries, theaters, concert halls, performing arts centers, and more - for showcasing the talents of students and visiting artists.

Fine and Performing Arts
Take center stage.

Your life as an artist unfolds at Rutgers, a center for the fine and performing arts. What sets Rutgers apart? You have the option of studying at an arts conservatory within a major public research university in the metro New York or Philadelphia regions. Here, you’ll master your craft with working artists and learn ways art intersects with politics, sociology, psychology, and more. 

The Rutgers advantage includes: 
  • a faculty of working artists
  • the renowned conservatory programs of Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers-New Brunswick
  • A low student-to-faculty ratio that ensures you'll receive personal attention
  • performance opportunities at major venues from NYC to DC to London (such as the Globe Theater!)
  • programs in theater management, arts administration, music education, and more
Learn more about  dance • music • theater arts • visual arts majors offered by: