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art openings, music events, poetry/spoken word, performing arts, open mics, dance, fund raisers, parties etc. around Jersey City, and Hoboken

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Thursday, October 25, 2012

Halloween and young broadway stars at Creative Grove


The Halloween edition at Grove street
brings a costume /hat / make up booth,

DJ Coach on the decks with his house meets funk selections


Next Step Broadway presents their young performers
with solo singers (Broadway level!!)
dances and a voice group.
Their teacher and studio manager is Hunter Murret,

these kids are aspiring high end performers training here in Jersey City,
Hamilton Park, at Next Step Broadway stage and dance school.

chill, literally chill with cool temperatures, pink or purple lattes by the sherapy art cafe on wheels,

bring a pet,
find a hat with plastic recycled or a crocheted art sculpture,
eat and relax.
Bring your winter coat.

and wallet, to invest in your most local community.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

digital photomontage lecture Hoboken museum


LECTURE: CREATING A DIGITAL PHOTOMONTAGE 
HOBOKEN FROM AFAR: Digital Photomontages by Roslyn Rose
November 4, 4pm
HOBOKEN HISTORICAL MUSEUM
1301 Hudson Street
Hoboken, NJ 07030
Roslyn Rose will offer a free lecture on using the Photoshop program to create of Photomontages like the ones in her exhibition, Hoboken From Afar, currently in the Upper Gallery at the Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson Street, Hoboken. The show will continue until November 4th when Ms. Rose will present a lecture about her art and the exhibit at 4pm. During the lecture Rose will display images of work depicting the additions, subtractions, and adjustments used to compose a digital collage and explain each tool needed to create the final image.  Questions from the audience will be encouraged.

Sometimes you have to get away, far away, to see your hometown from a fresh perspective or you can view Hoboken From Afar.  A longtime Hoboken resident, Rose credits her travels for these latest artworks. The foregrounds of the photomontages are her photographs and found images collected during her journeys, which have been digitally superimposed over familiar Hoboken scenes. 
Additional information can be obtained at www.roslynrose.com and www.hobokenmuseum.org or by contacting the artist at rrose@roslynrose.com. This exhibition is made possible by a Block Grant from the State/County Partnership program for the Arts.

cult films at the Loews theater


Friday, Oct. 26 - 8:00 PM
Homicidal
Starring Glenn Corbett, Patricia Breslin, Jean Arless, Eugenie Leontovich.
Directed by William Castle. 1961, 87 mins.,  B&W
Just try to make it all the way through this movie and prove you are not a coward!

with
Carnival of Souls
Starring Candace Hilligoss, Frances Feist, Sidney Berger.
Directed by Herk Harvey. 1962, 80mins., B&W.
Admission For BOTH FILMS:
$10 for Adults, $7 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger).
(May not be suitable for young children.)

Saturday, Oct. 27 - 6:00 PM
Murders in the Rue Morgue
Starring Bela Lugosi, Sydney Fox, Leon Waycoff (Ames).
Directed by Robert Florey.  1932, 61mins.  B&W.
with
Dracula
Starring Bela Lugosi, Edward Van Sloan, Helen Chandler, Dwight Frye.
Directed by Tod Browning.  1931, 75mins.  B&W.
Admission For BOTH FILMS:
$10 for Adults, $7 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger).
(May not be suitable for young children.)

Saturday, Oct. 27 - 8:40 PM
Horror of Dracula
Starring Peter Cushing, Christopher Lee, Melissa Stribling.
Directed by Terence Fisher. 1958, 82mins. Color
Admission:
$7 for Adults, $5 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger)

Saturday, Oct. 27 - 10:40 PM
Film being presented in conjunction with
Saturday Nightmares
Starring Chris Sarandon, Cristina Raines, John Carradine, Martin Balsam.
Directed by Michael Winner. 1977, 91mins, Color. Rated R.
Admission:
$7 for Adults, $5 for Seniors (65+) and Children (12 & younger)

Be A Part Of The Show!
Friends of the Loew's Event Volunteers do everything from selling the tickets to making the popcorn to showing patrons to their seats and cleaning up the theatre afterwards. If you are interested in joining us this weekend or at any other event this season, email us at loewsjersey@gmail.com or call us at (201) 798-6055.

There will be an especially warm sense of camaraderie for those who help us in making sure the show does go on this weekend. As always, volunteers can bring a guest to help, pick a complimentary selection from our concession stand, and after the crowd is in and the film begins, they can enjoy the show. We do ask, however, that volunteers stay 30-40 minutes after the final show the help us clean up.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

the drawing rooms



Victory Arts Projects will open a new space for contemporary art in Jersey City this October with
The Drawing Rooms;
featuring large-scale works in drawing and painting. The three-story former convent is being transformed into an arts building with ten rooms of artist project spaces, artist’s books and tea shop, and continually-developing exhibitions gathering exciting new works by artists in the New Jersey/New York area.


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The Drawing RoomsThe Subjective Objective; large-scale drawings and paintings and small series by Ibou Ndoye, Orlando Reyes, Loura van der Meule, Sky Kim, Jill Scipione, Elizabeth Onorato, Carl Vierow, Greg Brickey, James Pustorino, Maggie Ens and Elaine Hansen..
Photographic prints by Edward Fausty, Peter Emerick
and Matthew Caulfield.


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The Drawing Rooms is located at
180 Grand St. JC,
near the corner of Grand St. and Marin Blvd.
hours in October/November are
Thursdays through Fridays, 5 to 8:30pm.
Saturdays and Sundays, 2 to 6pm.


For more information email victoryhall1@msn.com
or log on to www.drawingrooms.org


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THIS PROGRAM IS MADE POSSIBLE IN PART BY FUNDS FROM THE NEW JERSEY STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS/DEPARTMENT OF STATE, A PARTNER AGENCY OF THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT
FOR THE ARTS, ADMINISTERED BY THE HUDSON COUNTY OFFICE OF CULTURAL AND HERITAGE AFFAIRS, THOMAS A. DEGISE, COUNTY EXECUTIVE, AND THE BOARD OF CHOSEN FREEHOLDERS


Rainbow Thursdays Artists exhibition:
40 wonderful artists from Victory Arts Projects program with developmentally disabled adults at Windmill Center
will be featured at the Drawing Rooms through October.

Fashion made in Jersey City..

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