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Nadia Haji Omar really wants you to see her latest collection of paintings. Not just in the photos available on the internet. But in person. There’s a reason for that.... READ ON

(PRINCETON, NJ) -- In Pursuit of the Picturesque, an exhibition featuring British color plate books published between 1776 and 1868, will open at the Ellen and Leonard Milberg Gallery, located in the Firestone Library lobby, on January 22 and will be on display through March 1, 2020.... READ ON

In this hands-on video, Jesse and Dave go inside a classroom at Grounds For Sculpture for a botanical illustrations class. Check out Jesse... READ ON

(BELMAR, NJ) -- New Jersey Stage Magazine Issue 66 brings the year to a close for the monthly arts publication. The digital magazine features a cover story interview with Dentist, one of the state's most popular indie rock bands. Designed like a traditional magazine with pages that turn, NJ Stage Magazine combines the layout of print with the features (audio, video, interactivity) of the web. The issue is available for free at and readable on any PC, tablet, or smartphone.... READ ON

In the 1930s, America was in the midst of the Great Depression, but those dark days spurred a period of reinvention and reinvigoration. President Roosevelt’s New Deal created programs that reached out to workers and new immigrants. Artists were employed to document America and its people, and to ornament the new bridges, parks and buildings that were being constructed.... READ ON

“I have not given up. I’m here and I want outta here, but, in the meantime, I will create.” That’s the message Maureen Kelleher says she gets from the quilts created by prison inmates. While it may be surprising to learn that people serving life sentences are quilters, it’s a wonderful way for them to express their humanity. Kelleher, an artist, activist, and private investigator, is the curator of an exhibit showcasing quilts created by inmates who first began making quilts through their work as volunteers in the prison hospice project.... READ ON

(JERSEY CITY, NJ) -- Novado Gallery presents "Walking Along Lines and Colours", a solo show of work by Lex Heilijgers, from November 15 through December 7, 2019. His work has developed a following where it can be found in numerous private and public collections, and has been shown in different cities in Holland, France, Italy and the USA.  This is the artist... READ ON

In the words of curator Ryann Casey, “No Cure for Mourning,” the exhibition on view through November 12 at Stockton University Art Gallery, “ examines the relationship between art-making and the experience of loss.... READ ON

Issue 64 of New Jersey Stage magazine contains an article from each of the three Fall 2019 Season Preview Guides created in partnership with ArtPride NJ and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.  Guides were created for North Jersey, Central Jersey, and South Jersey - with original content in each.  All three guides are available for free at The sample articles include a piece on theatre (Love in Hate Nation), comedy (Dena Blizzard), and music (Adelphi Orchestra).... READ ON

(PRINCETON, NJ) — Morven Museum & Garden explores the history and culture of Roosevelt, NJ from an experimental immigrant utopia to artist colony.  More than 100 objects from 25 collections shown together for the first time in the latest exhibition, Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey, on view November 15, 2019  through May 10, 2020.... READ ON

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