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History Relayed by a Fine Artist

by Ilene Dube, - published 2024-07-06

The woman in the photograph wears a perfectly crisp blouse, skirt, and apron. Even the mending work on her lap looks freshly ironed—and mind you, this was several decades before the permanent press was a thing. The combination of polka dots, checks, and plaid on the statuesque figure projects a panoply of patterns with the screen door behind her.

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WhittemoreCCC's "Bridging Nature" Exhibit Creates Connection within the NJ Art Scene

by Sara Catherine Lichon - published 2024-06-26

​​​​​​​New Jersey has a truly diverse and thriving art scene, drawing inspiration everywhere from the high rises of Jersey City to the tree canopy in Hunterdon County. This is the theme of WhittemoreCCC (WCCC)'s latest art exhibit, "Bridging Nature." This exhibit not only comments on how humanity can connect to nature, but also creates a bridge between the two seemingly-distant sides of northern New Jersey: the eastern, more dense metropolises and the western, more rural forests and fields. With almost 40 submissions, WCCC's first small-works exhibit brings together a large array of ideas about nature, while also tying together several strands of the Jersey art scene into one stunning tapestry.

Art All Night Trenton: Re-imagined and Re-born

by Chris Lillja, - published 2024-06-20

Art All Night Trenton (AANT) has always been a vibrant and immersive celebration of art, culture, and the community that is Trenton, New Jersey. While the pandemic turned it into a virtual event, this highly-anticipated return to an in-person format brings together artists, performers, and art enthusiasts from all walks of life in the capital region, transforming part of the city into a colorful and lively hub of creativity. With its rich history and diverse artistic landscape, Trenton (and AANT's new home - the Trenton War Memorial Building) provides the perfect backdrop for this weekend-long extravaganza.

Stitching the World Back Together One Thread at a Time

by Ilene Dube, - published 2024-06-20

If you're looking for the Folk Life Center of New Jersey, don't type it into Google Maps, don't go looking for a physical facility; rather, the Folk Life Center is an umbrella for activities, workshops, and exhibitions, says Sharon Kiefer, curator of exhibitions at the Perkins Center for the Arts, who has collaborated with the Folk Life Center for Perkins' current exhibition.

Axelrod Performing Arts Center hosts An Evening of Art and Theater with a Latin Flair

(DEAL PARK, NJ) -- Enjoy an evening of art and theater with a Latin flair on Friday, May 31 with the opening of a new art installation titled "Galeria de Bellas Artes." Located at the Gallery on Grant inside the Axelrod Performing Arts Center in Deal Park, this unique showcase of NJ artists of Hispanic descent will coincide with the opening night of the hit musical Evita.


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Jersey Arts TV: Revisiting the Concept of Impermanence with Grounds for Sculpture

by Gina Marie Rodriguez & Dave Tavani, - published 2024-05-16

Jersey Arts visit the Grounds for Sculpture campus to speak with some of the artists behind “Slow Motion.”

Camden FireWorks Tells a Story in Quilts

by Shen Shellenberger, - published 2024-04-18

I love an "a-ha moment" – that point when timing, circumstance, and cognition meet – and within minutes of stepping into the opening reception for Camden FireWorks' current exhibition, "Storytelling Quilts: Celebrating Communal Textile Traditions," I had one of those moments.

Turning the Screw Back: (re)FOCUS Redresses Censorship of Feminist Art

by Ilene Dube, - published 2024-04-14

In the current exhibition at the CASE Gallery at Rowan University, a basket sits on a podium overflowing with black buttons whose white letters ask: "Where's Bernstein?" Just who is Bernstein, anyway?

Bridging Nature and the Man-Made - "Reverie of the Natural & Found" Combines Assemblage and Environmental Art at WhittemoreCCC

by Sara Catherine Lichon - published 2024-03-29

On a sunny spring evening, you enter a small and unassuming art gallery nestled in the forest. It's buzzing with excitement. Classical guitar weaves through the rooms, filling the space between conversations and observations. On a table near the door lies a gigantic, custom-made charcuterie board of upcycled wood, filled with marinated feta, sun dried tomatoes, pickled mushrooms and green strawberries, crostini's, smoked salmon, whipped ricotta spread, and cheeses locally sourced from local farms and food purveyors.* After grabbing a snack, you move from room to room, greeted by a variety of unique and intricate pieces.

Playing Seriously at the Hunterdon Art Museum

by Ilene Dube, - published 2024-03-28

The Pattern & Decoration (P&D) movement emerged in the 1970s as an "irreverent upstart movement," to borrow the words of New York Times art critic Roberta Smith. It offered an alternative "to the general manliness of modernism," and elevated women's work. It looked to decorative traditions across the world, to surfaces like textiles, to wallpaper, manuscript illuminations, mosaics, glassware, embroideries, and architectural flourishes, writes Tess Thakara at

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Saturday, July 20, 2024 @ 2:00pm
Algonquin Arts Theatre
60 Abe Voorhees, Manasquan, NJ 08736
category: theatre

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Saturday, July 20, 2024 @ 7:30pm
Algonquin Arts Theatre
60 Abe Voorhees, Manasquan, NJ 08736
category: theatre

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The MAC Players at the Middletown Arts Center presents "Legally Blonde the Musical"

Saturday, July 20, 2024 @ 7:00pm
Middletown Arts Center
36 Church Street, Middletown, NJ 07748
category: theatre

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(NEW HOPE, PA) -- Roxey Ballet will host the third annual River Dance Festival August 16-18, 2024 at Mill Ballet in New Hope, PA. Dancers, choreographers, and creators will get together in this three-day event featuring diverse talent from across the nation.

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