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Category: Arts

Tog Samphel stands on stage in front of photos of tongs and food.

Montclair Alumnus Tog Samphel Lands Shark Tank Appearance

Tune in Friday to see if the “Anytongs” invention will get a shark support

Steve McCarthy and group of students smiling for camera in New Orleans

University Media Projects Nominated for ‘Student Emmy’ Awards

Twenty School of Communication and Media students earn two nominations in news category

Large choir poses in a cathedral.

Tis the Season

University Singers shine with rousing ‘Hallelujah’ with NJ Symphony Orchestra

Professor Prudence Jones

The Boss Has Spoken

Resolution of ‘Thunder Road’ lyrics debate is ‘incredibly relatable’ for Montclair’s Springsteen scholar

Christian McBride

Lessons from a Jazz Master

Bassist Christian McBride headlines Cali immersive residencies

Photo showing two of the artists' works

University Galleries Opens Fall Exhibitions

Check out new exhibitions in Segal Gallery and Kasser Theater

Multimedia Professor Featured on PBS Episode

New digital PBS series explores American history through iconic photographs

Thomas McCauley conducting the Wind Symphony in the Žofín Palace

Wind Symphony Performs in Prague

Cali musicians make the most of a prestigious international invitation

Klaus Schnitzer, Marc Favata and Barbara Stephens-Rich

Object Lessons

Science, art and philanthropy on display in Richardson Hall teach lessons of collaboration and generosity

speakers seated on stage as President Koppell addresses Ruth Ravina in front row.

Celebrating Survival and Triumph

Ravina family honors mother’s incredible Holocaust story and father’s music legacy

Tim Nuzzetti, Ethan Smith, Nick Scafuto, and Julian Dippolito on stage

Montclair at The Met

Cali musicians perform on the stage of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

from left to right: Brenda Coleman-Caldwell, artist Ajamu Kojo, and Megan C. Austin

‘Black Wall Street’ Art Makes Case for Reparations

Paintings inspire lessons of an overlooked history, conversations on racism and justice