“Know Your Place”- an idiom often used to keep people from challenging the status quo, seems particularly relevant in this election cycle just as one national party has for the first time in US history nominated a woman as a candidate for President while the opposing party's nominee stands charged with racism, bigotry and misogyny.
All 44 presidents are visiting Maplewood. They are on view at the Ethical Culture Society in a series of shadow box art constructions by artist Robert Freese.
The intersection of art and politics provides an opportunity for exploration of the ideals of truth and transparency vs. censorship and political correctness as the tug-of-war between these ideological pursuits rages on.
Work by Florence Weisz will be among the art exhibited.
June 5th 11-5pm
The 13th Annual South Orange Maplewood Artists Studio Tour—held on the 1st Sunday in June—is one of the most important arts events in the region, and reflects our diverse artistic community.
The reception will be Monday, June 6th at 7:15-8:45pm at the Montclair Library.
Curated by Sarah Canfield
"Like Jazz: A Visual Perspective," curated by Gladys Barker Grauer, at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center in the Victoria Theater. Participating artists include : Cathleen McCoy Bristol, Evelyn Graves, Nettie Thomas, and Florence Weisz
Opening Reception : March 5th, 2-4pm
Opening Hours Mon-Thur, 9-9pm, Fri & Sat, 9-5pm, Sun 1-5pm
Rudy Martin will be showing his work with the NJ Watercolor Society at the Morris County Library.
It's that time of year again!
Stop by for a little mulled cider and a cookie whilst you shop for unique gifts in the calm and peace away from The Mall crowds.
Work from 50 local artists will be available and affordably priced for gift giving this holiday season or just for treating yourself to something beautiful.
Florence Weisz's solo exhibition features collages and assemblages about the things we collect, the things we save... and the reasons, justifications and excuses for keeping it all.
Work by Nette Forne Thomas has been chosen for “Who’s Afraid of Feminism”., an Online Gallery and print catalog by Catherine Morris, Curator, Elizabeth Sackler Center at the Brooklyn Museum for the Women’s Caucus for Art exhibition
Explore one of the most important arts events in the region and discover our dynamic artistic community. And while you're are at it, don't forget to pickup some beautiful and inspiring artwork for your own home. With nearly 80 artists in studios, galleries and group exhibitions across the two towns, the Studio Tour is not to be missed!
Opening Reception : Friday June 12th, 5-8pm
Sybil Archibald will be showing her latest paintings at sculpture at Arts Unbound Gallery in Orange, NJ
Gallery Hours: Wednesday - Friday 12-6pm
Sarah Canfield will have work in the 18th Annual Open Juried Exhibition, presented by Studio Montclair and hosted at Aljira Gallery in Newark, NJ