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Orchard St, Newark, NJ 07102, United States
Orchard St, Newark, NJ 07114, United States (bet. Camp and Chestnut)
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The Newark Public Library Main Branch Centennial Hall ~ 2nd Floor 5 Washington St. Newark, NJ 07102
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Gallery Aferro has a wide range of shows and spaces opening for the Spring! Lisette Morel’s, Places You Aren’t Supposed To Go: [Don’t Play Me] Do We Still Call It
Gallery Aferro has a wide range of shows and spaces opening for the Spring! Lisette Morel’s, Places You Aren’t Supposed To Go: [Don’t Play Me] Do We Still Call It Abstract Art? will be showing in the Main Gallery, and is the 4th installment of Gallery Aferro’s 2017-18 quartet of solo shows by women artists of color from different generations. We also have our 4th installment of Elevator Music; Our continuous rotation of experimental sound installation on the 2nd floor Gallery featuring musician Brian Oakes, in addition to our recently dedicated Eleta J. Caldwell and Rodney M. Gilbert Memorial Gallery which will feature Luis Carle and Gerardo Castro’s exhibition, Two Spirits. Finally, Activate: Market Street is our exciting and diverse public art program. In it’s 17th rotation entitled Dimelo, this show features artists: Juan Gutierrez, Ernesto Rodriguez, and Wali Vidal. Free! All Welcome!
Visit aferro.org and activatemarketstreet.org for more information!
Gallery Aferro9733539533 email@example.com
Bridging The Generation Gap Fundraiser for Terrance L. Bankston for...
- EIE Studios - TeamBANKSTON
- 46 Branford Place Newark NJ 07102
Actions Still Speak Louder Than Rhetoric... On behalf of TeamBANKSTON 2018, THANK YOU to all those available to support our first few Fundraiser events held in Bloomfield, N.J. and throughout Newark,
Actions Still Speak Louder Than Rhetoric…
On behalf of TeamBANKSTON 2018, THANK YOU to all those available to support our first few Fundraiser events held in Bloomfield, N.J. and throughout Newark, N.J.
As you may be aware, Terrance, wants to continue playing an active role in making our community, state and country a safer, better place to raise children, run a business, and forge a future, filled with unlimited promise and endless possibilities.
If you share this same vision, we urge you to connect others with Terrance and help make it happen! Together, we can make a meaningful difference– for our families, our communities, and our state.
Please join us in our effort to “bridge the generation gap” by making sowing a $25.00 seed via the donation option.
“Right now, our efforts are focused on hosting a series of intimate fundraiser events over the next few months. Our immediate goal is to raise funds to support viable choices in next year’s school board and municipal council elections. These events are a call to action, to members of the community. Particularly those who are pleading for new leadership and committed to funding efforts, aimed at effectively ‘bridge the generation gap’ in Newark, New Jersey.” – stated Terrance L. Bankston, Founder of the New Jersey’s Network of Young Professionals.
Disclaimer: Kindly note, that contributions to this committee are limited to a total of $2,600 for each election cycle. Please make all checks payable to TeamBANKSTON for Newark 2018.
May 15 (Tuesday) 6:00 am - July 1 (Sunday) 12:00 pm
EIE Studios - TeamBANKSTON
46 Branford Place Newark NJ 07102
Exhibit on view from April 1 to June 15, 2018
1st Floor Gallery, Main Library, 5 Washington Street, Newark
Becoming a St. Benedict’s Man shares the story of St. Benedict’s Preparatory School, celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2018, and how the school has served the needs of Newark’s immigrant and African American communities.
St. Benedict’s College was established by Benedictine monks in 1868, to provide a Catholic education for the sons of working-class Irish and German families who had fled religious and political persecution. Over the years, St. Benedict’s has mirrored the ethnic composition of Newark, and has welcomed successive immigrants, including Italians, Eastern Europeans, Spaniards, Portuguese, Latin Americans, and Islanders from the Caribbean.
As African American families moved from the rural American South to Newark and the industrial North in the Great Migration in the 1920s and 30s, few enrolled their sons in St. Benedict’s. The exhibit tells the story of how the monks of the Newark Abbey saw the changes in Newark in the years following World War II, and how they interpreted their vow of stability by making a conscious choice to remain in Newark. By the late 1960s the monks and their African American neighbors created an intentional dialogue, which helped shape the school’s commitment to the community, and where today young men of all backgrounds and races graduate as St. Benedict’s men.
The exhibit is curated by Augustine J. Curley, OSB, and Matthew Dellaguzzo.
(Monday) 9:00 am - 5:30 pm
Newark Public Library
5 Washington St. Newark NJ 07102
This important and powerful portrait project founded by artist Christine Ilewski commemorates young victims of gun violence and offers support and comfort to their families. Local artists are invited to
This important and powerful portrait project founded by artist Christine Ilewski commemorates young victims of gun violence and offers support and comfort to their families. Local artists are invited to paint portraits of the victims, which are donated to the families. A digital image of the original portrait is incorporated into a quilt. The Faces Not Forgotten: New Jersey Quilt will be unveiled for the first time in this exhibition, featuring artwork by Audrey Anastasi, Lawrence Ciarallo, Linda Karlsberg, Diana Kurz, Jimmy Leslie, Jennifer Mack, Amanda McCutcheon, Eric Velasquez. This exhibition is co-curated by Christine Ilewski and Jim Bergesen. Other quilts on display in this exhibition include Chicago, Houston, and Georgia. The quilts have been exhibited in locations including the Vaughn Cultural Center, the Central Reform Congregation, the Foundry, the University of MO-STL, Blackburn College, Soulard Art Market, the Maryland Heights Community Center, The Regional Arts Center, and Christ Church Cathedral. The project has been featured in St. Louis Post-Dispatch and recently on BBC news.