The annual Sustainable Living Empowerment Conference returns to Newark this Spring and is currently accepting applications for sponsors, exhibitors, and volunteers.
As part of its Black History Month celebration, the Newark Library unveiled a new exhibition, “The World Is Yours – Hip-Hop: Newark and Beyond,” which will run through April 30, 2019.
Clients range from “long-time, legal residents of New Jersey to recent arrivals fleeing persecution in Central America.”
The Center for Arts Education at NJPAC had opened registration for its summer camp.
The event will showcase McKenzie’s multidisciplinary art, which has included performance art, videography, audio, drawing, and painting.
Residency partners receive approximately 800 square feet of space, operating funds and project support.
In 2018 the program facilitated more than $13 million in total refunds.
The acquisition of the 100,000-square-foot, 12-story office building increases the company’s growing presence in Newark’s downtown district.
Nearly 40 high school students will have the opportunity to receive college credit for select courses.
Celebrating the urban farming movement in Newark.