The Tradition Continues at Rutgers NJMS

Just one of the beautiful display cases from the Rutgers NJMS National Arts Program Exhibit just bursting with artworks!

For eight years Rutgers New Jersey Medical School and the National Arts Program have partnered to bring forth some amazing art from their medical community. The show consisted of over 200 pieces of varied visual artworks this year from many talented artists including health care providers, professional staff, students, teachers, alumni, volunteers and their family members. Coordinator Noreen Gomez has certainly set the bar high when it comes to showcasing the arts. She handles many exhibits throughout the year and ensures that hundreds of exceptional artworks are constantly gracing the walls and glass cases of the B-level in their Medical Science Building.

Their Annual National Arts Program exhibit gives people an opportunity to see another side of their coworkers and students. The exhibition brings people together for a purpose that stands in contrast to their daily work. Noreen commented that they had their best attendance to date with over 170 guests gathering to celebrate at the February 14th Awards Ceremony.

Noreen promotes the show through many avenues including; regular email communications to all campuses, posters distributed to all campuses and departments and announcements via monitors in both the medical building and school. Her varied approach to promoting the show has resulted in a consistently large showcase of artwork year after year. We applaud Noreen and the entire Rutgers New Jersey community on another extraordinary exhibit of their talents!