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April 28, 2018, 8:30 AM - 8:30 PM
The show’s title, “Do Not Enter”, is intended to be a humorous play-on-words of the borough of Leonia's recent enactment of new traffic rules. Leonia, once the site of a renowned, thriving art colony, continues to attract artists in a range of medium. The borough’s lengthy list of prominent visual artists included Charles Chapman and painter and etcher Grant Reynard. The Leonia artists presenting their work in this show perpetuate that rich heritage. This unique exhibition features emerging artists exploring different mediums using diverse styles in abstracts in oil, watercolor, acrylic, and photography. Artists' works presented in the show include Elizabeth DeMarco, Pam Fenwick, Katharina Castiblanco Grammer, Nanda van Ginkel, Marsha Heller, Paul Leibow, James Leynse, Ronald Pancrazi, Vince Priblo and Steve Swank. An opening reception will be held on Sunday, April 22 from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Art enthusiasts are invited to come and meet the artists and enjoy light refreshments.
April 28, 2018, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM @ Northwest Bergen History Coalition - 10 Bergen Museums
The towns in NW Bergen County were settled in the 18th century by immigrants from countries in Europe and Africa. Today, we have immigrants from all over the world. Come see how they impacted the towns where they settled and how they enrich us today. The railroad came to NW Bergen in the mid-19th century, bringing with it, jobs, prosperity and immigrants. Come see how trains affected our towns, and the immigrants they brought here, worked on them, and then stayed. Businesses developed around the railroad stations, defining towns we know today. VISIT THESE 10 MUSEUMS: The John Fell House, Allendale; The Museum at the Station, Glen Rock; The Hermitage, Ho-Ho-Kus; The Mahwah Museum & the Old Station Museum, Mahwah; Van Allen House, Oakland; The Old Stone House, Ramsey; Schoolhouse Museum, Ridgewood; Hopper-Goetschius House Museum, Upper Saddle River; Waldwick Signal Tower, Waldwick; The Zabriskie House, Wyckoff. Advance tickets: Mahwah Museum, The Hermitage & the Schoolhouse Museum.
April 28, 2018, 11:00 AM - 7:00 PM
The Jersey City Arts Council hosts a reception for Tenafly artists Ellen Nathan Singer and Allan Drossman at Garden State Plaza on Saturday, April 21, from 4pm-6pm. The gallery is located in store no.95 (between Tiffany and Gucci) as part of the Garden State Public Market. Ellen Nathan Singer was recognized by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts with a fellowship award in 2015. She creates limited edition prints from woodcuts and etchings that are both timeless and evoke nostalgia for days of circus magic and snowy streets and summer memories.
Allan Drossman's passion is clay - his ceramics evoke the natural world, under the sea and in the desert. Meet the artists on Saturday afternoon, 4-6pm. For more information, or to submit an application for our open call, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
April 28, 2018, 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Leonia has a lot to celebrate on this International Sculpture Day on April 28th. Twelve new sculptures have been added to the town wide display of sculptures in the last year. All of the artists have been invited to speak about their work on April 28th from 2-4 pm, at the Erika and David Boyd Sculpture Garden on Broad Avenue. There will be a bus tour to see the sculptures outside of the Sculpture Garden. Everyone is invited to meet this diverse group of artists who make sculptures in all artistic styles, from abstract to realistic to whimsical. Artists include: Ed Benavente, Tom Holmes, Suprina Kenney, Conrad Levenson, Janice Mauro, Shelley Parriott, Richard Pitts, Hildreth Potts, Roger Douglass Rice, Jack Rusinek, Nancy Steinson, Naomi Teppich.
April 28, 2018, 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Jim McGuinn, later known as Roger, was already a veteran of the New York and Los Angeles music scene when he co-founded the group that would become the Byrds with Gene Clark and David Crosby in 1964. The innovative guitarist recorded several solo albums after the Byrds disbanded and continues to embrace his folk roots today as he performs today.
Theobald Maske has an unusual problem: his wife's underpants won't stay on. One Sunday morning they fall to her ankles right in the middle of town--a public scandal! Mortified, Theo swears to keep her at home until she can find some less unruly undies. Amid this chaos he's trying to rent a room in their flat. The prospective lodgers have some underlying surprises of their own. In The Underpants, Steve Martin brings his comic genius and sophisticated literary style to Carl Sternheim's classic 1910 farce.