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Kids Are Getting Inspired at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers

This New Brunswick spot has one of the most impressive university collections in the nation.



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The Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers-New Brunswick houses one of the largest university collections in the US. They have everything from Soviet non-conformist pieces to Preschool Adventures in Art and Storytelling, a program that gets kids interested in art from an early age. Steve Adubato sat with Curator of Education and Interpretation for the museum, Amanda Potter, to talk about the importance of making kids comfortable in culture- and art-rich environments like that of the Zimmerli. 

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