Engaging with the work and message of people featured is in the exhibit is a way to pay back these martyrs.
Nineteen local arts groups have been awarded micro grants from Newark Arts through its ArtStart program.
Newark’s oldest alternative gallery was caught in the headwinds of macroeconomic forces and a shifting funding landscape. Will it see a new day?
Phantom Limb, Ceaphas Stubbs’s current exhibit at the Paul Robeson Campus Center Gallery at Rutgers, reconsiders the process of romantic recovery.
The Willows at Symphony Hall in Newark’s Lincoln Park was meant for artist housing, but artist applicants were harder to come by than expected. How city orgs are using the experience to think about future artist-centered projects.
It might seems like yesterday when $187 per month was enough for Lisa Conrad to lease an art studio out of 585 Broad Street in Newark, but it was actually six years ago.
How they came together to write and produce a seminal and wrenching play about the ravages of mass incarceration.
A new blog about art and life in Newark.
The exhibition will showcase a wide range of construction techniques used throughout the Asian continent.
In Fall 2017, Newark Arts hosted two historic photo shoots to commemorate the 16th Annual Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival.