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Jazz at Rutgers 250: Music, Art, and the Written Word

February 12, 2016
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On Wednesday, March 2 at 4:30 p.m., join us at Rutgers University–Newark for performances by the Leo Johnson Quartet and NJPAC Jazz for Teens, an art exhibition by the Brodsky Center featuring works on jazz by Faith Ringgold, an exhibition of the works of Walter Dean Myers, and inspiring works from additional authors presented by the New Jersey Center for the Book.  The event is free and open to the public but seating is limited, so register early!

The performances will be held in the Essex Room of the Paul Robeson Campus Center, with exhibitions following at the John Cotton Dana Library.

This program is hosted by Rutgers’ Retired Faculty and Staff Advisory Council and cosponsored by the Institute of Jazz Studies, the Brodsky Center, the New Jersey Center for the Book, and Rutgers University Libraries.