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Press Release

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. – This spring the Rutgers Art Library (71 Hamilton St, New Brunswick, NJ 08901) will host a free public exhibit of artwork created by Rutgers School of Arts & Sciences Honors Artists Collective.  The exhibit will be on display from April 13, 2022, through Sept. 1, 2022.

The SAS Honors Artist Collective is a group of individuals who have spent years building a warm and welcoming community of artists at Rutgers University, all of whom are thrilled with the opportunity to finally share their work with the public.

The Artists involved in this exhibit include:

Noor Almatary, Simran Bagdiya, Niveditha Balan, Jessie Garcia, Shreya Gupta, Nashmah Mamoon. Olivia North-Crotty, Himani Patel, Aishwarya Ramaswamy, Keanna Sandoval, Laiba Sheik, Adrienne Yu, and Robert Zarouni.

Please visit the virtual exhibition to learn more about this project at:

Have questions about this exhibit or need help with scholarly research in the Arts?  Contact, Megan Lotts, Art Librarian at


The Rutgers Art Library, located on Rutgers University–New Brunswick’s College Avenue Campus, was established in 1966 and supports research and teaching in art & design, art history, photography, architecture, and landscape architecture. It holds over 90,000 volumes and provides access to a host of print and electronic journals related to the arts.  It serves as a venue for events and exhibitions with a particular emphasis on Rutgers’s students, faculty, and local artists.  Visit the Art Library online at

*Please note at this time masks must be worn within the Rutgers University Libraries and all visitors must present a campus ID. 

Immages from the exhibit

Installation day

image from exhibit

Image from exhibit

Image from the exhibit


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