Arts & Culture

The Cultural and Heritage Commission at Camden County College was founded in 1972 and recognizes the role of the arts and local history in making our community dynamic places to live and work. The Commission is proud to participate in a variety of yearly cultural and arts events such as the Local Arts Program, National Arts Program, and numerous other art centered programs both throughout the county and on Camden County College campuses. Learn more.

The Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts (RCAA) mission is to provide performances, exhibitions, education programs, and community projects, that inspire a full appreciation and enjoyment of the arts, create meaningful opportunities to participate in the arts, advance the central role of the arts in preK-12 education, and increase awareness of the arts as essential to cultural, economic, and community vitality. RCCA is comprised of the Stedman gallery and the Walter K. Gordon Theater, a 650-seat proscenium theater with state-of-the-art lighting, sound, and video/multimedia capability which features luxurious seating with no obstructed views.  It is host to community events, the Rutgers-Camden Department of Fine Arts stage plays and choral performances, and Symphony in C Orchestra performances.  Learn more.

Discover Jersey Arts is dedicated to increasing the awareness of and participation in the arts in New Jersey. supports that mission by providing a central clearinghouse of information on the Garden State’s cultural scene. Whether browsing the site’s comprehensive event calendar, searching its directory of cultural organizations, discovering works by local artists in its virtual gallery, or catching up on what’s new this season in our Culture Vultures Arts Weekly and Jersey Arts Podcast, is the hub for what’s going on in NJ’s arts scene.