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(TRENTON, NJ) -- Photography and poetry come together for a singular experience at Mercer County Community College’s (MCCC) James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG), when two life-long friends put their work on display in the exhibit “Pequeña Hoguera – Blaze,” October 22 through November 12.... READ ON

(NEWARK, NJ) -- A public-private partnership between local property owners RBH Group and Paramount Assets, along with the City via the Newark Community Economic Development Corporation (NCEDC), the Newark Downtown District (NDD) and Newark Arts have developed a collaborative effort called Four Corners Public Arts, which will advocate for impact-driven, public art initiatives in and surrounding Broad St. and Market St. in Newark, New Jersey. In a first phase, the initiative will bring to life over twenty facades and the inaugural phase will commence in Downtown Newark in just under two weeks!... READ ON

(ASBURY PARK, NJ) -- Asbury Park Mayor Moor and Council have issued a Proclamation declaring November 6 Social Justice Day in Asbury Park in recognition of The Power of Art event to be hosted by CREATE Core Courage. The event will bring more than 100 works of visual and performance art to House of Independents.... READ ON

(RAHWAY, NJ) -- The 2019 Culture Crawl in September had something for everyone.  The arts and music festival included artists, dancers, impersonators, musicians, magicians and more, tantalized festival goers with their talents!... READ ON








(MONTCLAIR, NJ) --  Studio Montclair presents “Everyday Objects,” on exhibit from November 1 to December 7, 2019 at Studio Montclair Gallery, 127 Bloomfield Avenue, Montclair, NJ. An opening reception will take place on Friday, November 1 from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. The exhibit, featuring the artwork of numerous artists in Montclair and beyond, celebrates “found” objects that, while inanimate, imbue our lives with meaning both collectively and individually.... READ ON

(EDISON, NJ) -- Middlesex County College Art Professor N.V. Heller will present “The Darkest Room,” an exhibition of her work. It will run from November 4 to December 5 in the Studio Theater Gallery on the College’s main campus in Edison.  In her gouache drawings, Professor Heller explores nightmares, time travel, the British royals, loss of sight, murder and mayhem in a series of small works.... READ ON

(MARLTON, NJ) -- Perlow Productions, a Marlton, New Jersey-based corporate video production and animation company, unveiled Augmented Reality as its latest technology offering. Augmented reality, commonly referred to as AR, is video, animation, a hologram or other digital content overlaid on a real world environment. To put it simply, AR works by deploying virtual images over real-world objects. ... READ ON

(MONTCLAIR, NJ) -- The Studio Montclair Incubator at Academy Square Galleries presents “Of A Feather,” on exhibit from October 23 to December 17 at the Academy Square Galleries, 33 Plymouth Street, Montclair, NJ. The exhibit, featuring the work of three local artists--Kathleen Caputo, Elisabeth Fontana, and Elena Odulak--examines how these artists share a common interest in exploring change through their art.  ... READ ON

(PRINCETON, NJ) -- The Nassau Club presents "The Shapes of Water" - an exhibition of photography by Tasha O’Neill from November 3 through January 5, 2020. In her show at the Nassau Club, Tasha O'Neill will share with the viewer many examples of snow, ice and frost, raindrops, dew and bubbles, water in motion or puddles - and reflections. Examples span the distance from Carnegie Lake to the Pine Barrens, to Mt. Desert Island, Maine, showing hoar frost, carnivorous plants, ethereal ice crystals, luminous dew drops, giant splashes of ocean water, and much more.... READ ON

(NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ) -- Opening October 5, Intimate Details: Prints by James Tissot celebrates the Zimmerli Art Museum’s recent acquisition of several exquisite etchings by this noted chronicler of both Belle-Epoque Paris and Victorian London. Even as artists increasingly focused on depicting aspects of contemporary life during the late 19th century, Tissot's careful attention to portraying the most current fashions, furnishings, and social activities in his paintings stood out. One critic even claimed that "a picture by M. Tissot will be enough for archaeologists of the future to reconstitute our epoch." The exhibit will be on view through March 29, 2020.... READ ON


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