The Newark Museum will celebrating Women’s History Month at its Second Sunday program on Sunday, March 12th from noon to 5 pm. The program features lectures, performances, tours, art and science demonstrations, workshops and music.
Three gymnastics events–the Nastia Liukin Cup, the Elite Team Cup and the 2017 AT&T American Cup–will be held at Prudential Center this Friday, March 3rd and Saturday, March 4th.
The New Jersey Devils will host their first ever Pride Night at Prudential Center on Monday, February 27th at 7 p.m.
The Newark Museum has unveiled two upcoming events that merge music, art and community engagement: Masterpiece & Merlot and Celebrating a Great Day in New Jersey Hip-Hop
The Harlem Globetrotters, the world-famous exhibition basketball team, will bring their 2016-2017 tour to the Prudential Center this Friday, February 17th, at 7 p.m.
Issues of civil and human rights, housing and gentrification, and health and income inequalities in American cities will be in sharp focus as the 37th annual Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series (MTW) invites a wide-ranging discussion of the last half-century of black urban history on Saturday, February 18th.
Prudential Center’s free screening of Soul on Ice: Past, Present & Future on Sunday, February 12th will explore the history of black players in the NHL. After the screening, stay for a panel featuring Willie O’Ree, the NHL’s first black player; Devils forward Devante Smith-Pelly; former Devils captain Bryce Salvador; former player and television analyst Anson Carter; and Damon Kwame Mason, the film’s director.
Women in Media-Newark has announced the opening of its art exhibit “Women in the World: A Visual Perspective,” which will be on display at three separate locations, including two in Newark: Rutgers University-Newark’s Paul Robeson Art Galleries, and New Jersey Performing Arts Center’s (NJPAC) Victoria Lobby.
The Newark Museum is opening three installations on February 22 that highlight its Decorative Arts collection, including one Newark-centric installation.
Newark Public Library has announced a series of upcoming programs to commemorate Black History Month, in addition to a series of ongoing exhibits that are currently running at the library. All programs are free and open to the public.