Marking Time: Prison Arts and Activism is a multi-component program with events at several locations across Rutgers University and the City of New Brunswick. The program includes a three-day conference, film screenings, an evening of performance, and an art exhibition in six venues. Due to its scale and the large number of participants, program takes place in several venues as detailed below.

Getting to Marking Time:
Because of construction and congestion on or near Rutgers University, we highly recommend that participants and attendees travel to the conference and exhibition by train and public transit.

By NJ Transit
For participants coming from NY, NJ, CT, and Philly, the best way to get to New Brunswick is via NJ Transit Northeast Corridor line to the New Brunswick Station. From Penn Station to New Brunswick is about an hour's train ride. Your participant packet will be located at the site where your panel or workshop is scheduled. You can find out that information on the conference webpage:

If you need to drive, there is metered parking spaces near all of the location sites. Another option is to park in one of the daily lots operated by City of New Brunswick. The Gateway Garage at 7 Wall Street is a few blocks away from all of the conference sites.  Here is the link:

Getting between Locations
During the three-day conference, there will be chartered bus service to transport participants between locations.  The bus will loop between locations during designated hours. The schedule for the chartered bus service will be in your information packet.

Link to Rutgers University online map:

Conference Venues
The conference program runs from Oct 8-10, 2014. Panels, presentations and workshops will be held at the Zimmerli Museum, Rutgers Art Library, New Brunswick Public Library,  Alfa Art Gallery, and Bloustein School Forum.

The Zimmerli Museum and the Rutgers Art Library are next to each other, just two blocks from the train station (a five minute walk).  Here's a link to a map:

To get to the New Brunswick Public Library (60 Livingston Ave) and Bloustein School Forum (33 Livingston Ave) from the train station, you can walk  (10-15 minutes) or take a short cab ride. Both the library and Bloustein School Forum are very close to the Heldrich Hotel (one block away):

Exhibition Venues
Art exhibits related to the conference are located at Alfa Art Gallery, Eagleton Institute Lawn (Douglass Campus), Heldrich Hotel, New Brunswick Public Library,  Rutgers Art Library and the Zimmerli Museum at Rutgers.  

Film Screenings
Films will be screened on October 9 and 10 at the Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett Building, 162 Ryders Lane on the Douglass Campus.  Details are in the enclosed program.

Location Addresses
Alfa Art Gallery
108 Church Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Bloustein School Forum
33 Livingston Ave
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Eagleton Lawn @
Eagleton Institute of Politics
191 Ryders Lane
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Heldrich Hotel
10 Livingston Ave
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

New Brunswick Public Library
60 Livingston Ave
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Ruth Dill Johnson Crockett Conference Room
162 Ryders Lane
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Rutgers Art Library
Vorhees Hall
71 Hamilton Street
New Brunswick, NJ 08901

Zimmerli Art Museum
71 Hamilton Street (at the Corner of George Street)
New Brunswick, NJ 08901