As part of the free recurring program, dads and kids will harvest fresh ingredients and prepare a meal at the Judith L. Shipley Urban Environmental Center on Price Street in Newark. The next event takes place Saturday, November 5th.
For four days this past weekend, Newark once again hosted the largest poetry festival in North America at NJPAC and nearby venues downtown.
In this op-ed, NJIT professor Reza Curtmola demonstrates his thought leadership on the vulnerabilities of e-voting.
For the next four months, Prudential Center, Prudential and New Jersey Devils will recognize a total of eight people who have demonstrated their commitment to Newark. One of the eight will win a pair of tickets to Prudential Center events for an entire year.
How to get a shot at being recognized as one of “Newark’s Cornerstones,” or nominate someone who you think should be recognized for their service to the city.
Kathy Fellows touched down at the Mediums: Dormant Purpose exhibit at Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival, curated by Kween Moore, Angela Pilgrim and Danielle Scott.
Discussing themes from the Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival exhibit “Speak My Mind: A Narrative Series on Black Women Artists in America” with curator N. Musinguzi.
This spring and summer, the team at Gallery Aferro captured portraits of more than a thousand Newarkers in all five wards. Tonight, “Portrait of Newark,” an exhibit featuring 350 of those images, opens at 77 Market Street, part of the 15th Annual Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival. Brick City Live editor Andaiye Taylor previewed the exhibit last night. Newark: you’re beautiful.
A weekend showcase of art and artists kicked off in Newark on Wednesday and will scale up throughout this weekend. We spoke to Newark Arts’ Lauren Craig about what to expect from this year’s 15th Annual Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival.