Saturday, January 16, 2010
Sunday, February 21, 2010
2:00pm - 6:00pm
Parlay Studios ~ 161 2nd Street
Due to the overwhelming success of last season's Mac & Cheese Bake-off... 4th Street Arts Collective is doing it again !!
Bringing you delicious comfort food from resident chefs and local restaurants...
The 4th Street Arts ~ Chilli Cook-Off
February 21st 2010
2pm - 6pm
161 2nd Street @ Provost Street
$5 to take all the chilli you can fit into your belly!
*special thanks to Jersey City Museum and our panel of judges
* to be a contestant and for rules
Art House Productions (1 McWilliams Place, 6th Floor, corner Erie/8th):
presents Movies Under the Drop Ceiling
Featuring “the Citizen Kane of bad movies”
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6TH AT 8PM
(Throwing popcorn at the screen is necessary and encouraged)
Baked Goods available for purchase by
About “THE ROOM”
From WIKIPEDIA: The Room is a 2003 independent film written and directed by its star, Tommy Wiseau, who is also credited on screen as both the movie's producer and executive producer…The Room tells the melodramatic story of a love triangle between a man, his future wife, and his best friend.
Without any studio support, Wiseau spent over $7 million on production and marketing for the film. Wiseau promotes the film as a black comedy and insists that its humor is actually intentional, although cast members have publicly disputed these claims and many audience members generally view the film as a poorly-made drama.
The Room has been cited by some critics as one of the worst films ever made, and has been called ‘the Citizen Kane of bad movies.’ After a brief run in Los Angeles, the film went on to develop a cult following...”
This event is made possible by Exeter Properties, developers of Hamilton Square: www.LivingOnThePark.com
Thursday, January 28, 2010
8:00pm - 9:30pm
326 5th Street
Thomas Carlson, founder of the Jersey City Art School, has opened it's doors to the ladies of Spitfyre Productions and Paul Vincent Gallery , to bring you a meet and greet with upcoming artist, John Selburg.
With an ever growing need to support one another's attempts within the arts, as well as open our eyes and minds to fresh faces outside of our neighborhood art scene, Spitfyre, JCAS, and PVS are inviting you to join us for an intimate gathering with Selburg.
There will be a scheduled talk at 8:00pm, followed by Q and A, and of course a little wine.
Spitfyre and JCAS would like to invite you to join us afterwards at Port-o Lounge to continue to show Selburg how wonderful the support of the Jersey City art scene is.
Art House Productions
Snow Ball Gala Committee
proudly presents the 4th Annual SNOW BALL
A Champagne Gala to benefit
Art House Productions’ innovative arts programs
SATURDAY, JANUARY 23RD, 2010 AT 8PM
Light Fare * Live Music * Silent Auction
Jersey City Division of Cultural Affairs
Maryanne Kelleher, Director
Tickets $65 until January 15th, $70 after January 15th.
For ticket sales and general event information,
Art House Productions
Hamilton Square, One McWilliams Place
(SE Corner of Hamilton Park, near Erie & 8th)
8:00 – Champagne and Hors d’Oeuvres
8:30 – Silent Auction and Live Music by Eldad Tarmu Jazz Ensemble
9:15 – Presentation to Honoree
9:45 – DJ George “Soul” Fernandez of Global Soul Project
Art House Productions, Inc. is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization. A portion of your ticket purchase will be tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.
* Black Tie Creative *
THE EMBANKMENT RESTAURANT
MADE WITH LOVE ARTISAN BAKERY AND CAFE
Made Possible by Exeter Properties and Hamilton Square
Friday, January 15, 2010
White Star Bar (230 Brunswick Street): DJ William McCamie at Vinyl Solution. Set 10pm to 3am. The Music New wave/ Brit pop / rock/ electro/ soul/funk
The Lamp Post (382 2nd St): Thomas Francis Takes His Chances & The Invincible Gods
Saturday, January 23, 2010 at 9:00pm - 3:00am
Lucky 7's Absinthe Party (322 2nd St): Come out and enjoy DTJC's first Absinthe party at Lucky 7's, with DJs Leonard Smalls and MotorFunker. the classic version of this drink will be offered all night, as well as, a few new variations developed over the past few years. so come out, and enjoy the favorite drink of Vincent van Gogh and Oscar Wilde, but please, do not cut off your ear when he or she doesn't return your drunk text at closing time...
**absinthe, "la fée verte", is historically described as a distilled, highly alcoholic (45%–74% ABV) beverage. it is an anise-flavored spirit derived from herbs, including the flowers and leaves of the herb artemisia absinthium, commonly referred to as "grande wormwood". absinthe has been portrayed as a dangerously addictive psychoactive drug, due to the presence of the chemical thujone, found in small quantities. this spirit was singled out and blamed for its alleged harmful effects and by 1915, absinthe had been banned in the United States and in most European countries. commercial distillation of absinthe resumed in 2007 in the US.
Port-O Lounge (286 1st St): DJ William McCamie invited you to join us for the Bossa set 10pm - 3am
The Musik Portuguese/Electro/Bossa/Nu Groove/TECK/House/Latin House
Free at the door 10PM - 3AM
INFO 201 420 9550
Lamp Post (382 2nd Street): Every Friday night DJ Caligula with Co-DJ Humby, 10pm- 3am
The Lamp Post (382 2nd St):
Bros before Hoes Thursdays
Remember when you used to just hang out in your home bros basement and drink beers and talk about some stupid shit, like "remember that time we hanging out in your basement...?"
Yeah you know what I am talking about.
OK Men (and boys over 21) !! : Celebrate your ability to read maps and move heavy shit at this dude fest on Thursday Nights at the Lamppost.
DJ Manthony Vito (formerly Dancing Tony) and Chuck Daly (JC Tattoo) spin
Joe " I'll cram my fist down your throat douchbag" and Christina "You call your self a tough guy ? "
Don't forget to bring your set of balls, we check at the door.
Friday February 5th at Grace Church Van Vorst, the students of McNair Academic High School will involve teenagers from all around the country to raise money and awareness for the environment. Local teenage artists will be able to exhibit and sell their eco-friendly inspired art in a curated show, while teen musicians will get an opportunity to showcase their talents as well.
Thus far, student from McNair, St. Peter's Prep, St. Dominic Academy, Jersey City Arts High School, Ferris, and County Prep will participate in the activities.
Contributions raised during the festival will go towards American Forest to help plant tress. Each dollar raised plants one tree. We've already started collecting numerous sponsors that will help make the event possible