Just do your work. And if the world needs your work it will come and get you. And if it doesn’t, do your work anyway.—Kiki Smith
"Theater, to me, is the closest thing to actual magic that exists in this world,"—Acting student Jane Schumacher
“You don’t know if you’re wasting your time. On good days I have faith, and on bad days I don’t. I tell my students that: You will probably always feel that contradiction. It’s normal to feel that way jumping into the unknown.”—Academy Award-winning filmmaker Ross Kauffman, professor at the Rutgers Center For Digital Filmmaking
"The poetry, the construction of the form of opera, the drama and music smashed together…to me, it’s even more powerful than a cinematic experience," says Opera at Rutgers bass vocalist Curtis Streetman, who performed in "The Rape of Lucretia" at New York City’s Le Poisson Rouge.
“In my work, there’s Navajo rugs, Walker Evans, and NASCAR scoreboards.”—Visual Arts Department faculty member and painter Stephen Westfall
to be a unicorn
by sticking a plunger on your head