The National Tactical Officers Association will be conducting training on campus
The National Tactical Officers Association will be conducting training on campus in and around the Business Corporate Center including E-lot and in the University Center until Friday, July 21, 2017. If you have any questions please contact campus Security at 856-681-6287.

Cultural & Heritiage Commission

​The Gloucester County Cultural & Heritage Commission believes in the power of the arts and how it can connect, inspire, heal and engage all individuals, regardless of background or ability. We believe that our art and cultural heritage are the factors that define the human experience.



GCC&HC News​​

History Forum​ - Featuring John Seitter and Diane Macris​​​

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Artist in Resid​​ency​ - Doris Nogueira-Rogers

The Gloucester County Cultural and Heritage Commission is excited to announce a new Artist in Residency Program on the RCGC Campus! We have partnered with RCGC's Nursing and Allied Health College to bring this opportunity to students, faculty, staff and surrounding community members. This program will run from February until May featuring a local artist who will lead workshops to help create mosaic Labyrinth Tiles that will later be placed in the future Healing Garden located by Scott Hall.

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Highlighted ​​Past Events​

Animating the James & Ann Whitall House at Red Bank Battlefield​​


 
 
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​​Animating the James & Ann Whitall House at Red Bank Battlefield, written and directed by Joe Salvatore, is an interactive, site-specific theatre piece that takes place on a Quaker homestead and a Revolutionary War battlefield, site of the Battle of Red Bank on October 22, 1777. The Gloucester County Cultural & Heritage Commission at RCGC and various community stakeholders sought to engage audiences of all ages through an exploration of the day-to-day lives of 18th century inhabitants of the homestead, the fort, and the surrounding community.  

The commissioned theatre piece premiered in June 2015, after a three-year applied theatre project that included meetings with educators and community members, public readings of the script in process, and extensive workshopping of the mechanics of the site-specific performance.​

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