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  • Hidemi Takagi, Mikua from the "IDENTITIES" series, 2022, Digital C Print on the textile

Hidemi Takagi: IDENTITIES

2024-05-28T16:45:49+00:00

Hidemi Takagi: IDENTITIES Stair-gazing Gallery February 23, 2024–May 24, 2024 Hidemi Takagi is a community photographer, visual artist, and social practitioner who documents diverse community members in her Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood. She captures the vibrancy, joy, and experiences of these predominantly immigrant, minority,

Hidemi Takagi: IDENTITIES2024-05-28T16:45:49+00:00
  • Kay Reese. Intervention, 2020, Photo-based digital collage printed with archival ink on lustre photo paper, 24 x 30 inches.

Kay Reese: 50 Million African Trees

2024-05-28T16:43:44+00:00

Kay Reese: 50 Million African Trees Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery I February 23–May 24 Kay Reese, an alumna of Gallery Aferro’s Lynn and John Kearney Fellowship for Equity Artist in Residency Program, addresses the history of slavery and issues of

Kay Reese: 50 Million African Trees2024-05-28T16:43:44+00:00
  • Anna Parisi, Caught in the Act, 2020, video still. Courtesy of the artist.

Le’Andra LeSeur and Anna Parisi: Bearing Witness

2024-05-28T16:41:20+00:00

Le’Andra LeSeur and Anna Parisi: Bearing Witness Mitzi and Warren Eisenberg Gallery February 23–May 24 This exhibition of works by Le’Andra LeSeur and Anna Parisi examines the act of bearing witness to oppressive and debilitating systems, particularly those faced by women of

Le’Andra LeSeur and Anna Parisi: Bearing Witness2024-05-28T16:41:20+00:00
  • Katrina Bello 12-Ply in Blue 2022 Digital print on aluminum 12 x 9 inches

Gallery Aferro: Dignity and Beauty

2024-05-28T16:38:08+00:00

Gallery Aferro: Dignity and Beauty Main Gallery February 23, 2024–May 24, 2024 Curated by Edwin Ramoran Visionary artists and changemakers Evonne M. Davis and Emma Wilcox founded Gallery Aferro in Newark’s Ironbound neighborhood in 2003, then moved downtown three years later to

Gallery Aferro: Dignity and Beauty2024-05-28T16:38:08+00:00

VACNJ Raises More Than $350,000 at Positive Space Gala

2024-05-07T19:00:50+00:00

Summit, NJ (May 7, 2024)—On Saturday, April 27, the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey (VACNJ) held its annual spring gala at Canoe Brook Country Club, hosting the largest turnout in over a decade. The signature event raised over $350,000 to support the Art

VACNJ Raises More Than $350,000 at Positive Space Gala2024-05-07T19:00:50+00:00

Eric Rhinehart: Destinations

2024-05-01T19:39:12+00:00

COMMUNITY GALLERIES Eric Rhinehart: Destinations The Gallery at The Summit Free Public Library May 1–June 30 Eric Rhinehart, Bwa Kwaib, 2021, From The ABCs of Paradise Found, Watercolor on paper, 10 x 20 inches Artist’s Statement This exhibition features

Eric Rhinehart: Destinations2024-05-01T19:39:12+00:00

Honoring Our Past, Leading the Way Celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Month

2024-04-18T15:57:35+00:00

Honoring Our Past, Leading the Way Celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Month Artwork by Bryan Warner and Caren King Choi Overlook Medical Center April 17–June 26 Kickoff Event: May 22, 12–1 PM Bryan Warner , 8/18/2020

Honoring Our Past, Leading the Way Celebrating Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Month2024-04-18T15:57:35+00:00
  • Lisa Butler

Lisa Butler to Join VACNJ as Director of Development & Communications

2024-04-10T17:07:24+00:00

Lisa Butler to Join VACNJ as Director of Development & Communications Summit, NJ (April 8, 2024)—The Visual Arts Center of New Jersey (VACNJ) is proud to announce the hiring of Lisa Butler as its new Director of Development & Communications, effective April 15. Butler

Lisa Butler to Join VACNJ as Director of Development & Communications2024-04-10T17:07:24+00:00
  • Howard Natheson, Aqua Marks, 2020 Acrylic on canvas 38 x 60 inches

Howard Nathenson: Coming Back Around

2024-04-09T20:27:42+00:00

Howard Nathenson: Coming Back Around Marité & Joe Robinson Strolling Gallery II March 30–May 18 Opening Reception April 6, 2–4 PM Howard Nathenson, Aqua Marks, 2020, Acrylic on canvas, 38 x 60 inches Artist’s Statement: Coming Back Around features

Howard Nathenson: Coming Back Around2024-04-09T20:27:42+00:00
  • Marta Nowicka, Beautiful Memories, 2022 Mixed media 14 x 14 inches

Marta Nowicka: A Journey Through Color and Shape

2024-04-22T19:34:40+00:00

Marta Nowicka: A Journey Through Color and Shape Ann's Place Gallery March 30–May 18 Opening reception April 6, 2–4 PM Beautiful Memories, 2022, Mixed media, 14 x 14 inches Artist’s Statement: Embark on a captivating journey through imaginary landscapes

Marta Nowicka: A Journey Through Color and Shape2024-04-22T19:34:40+00:00
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