EVENTS FROM A-Z

DAILY SCHEDULE

MAP VIEW

TOURS & CRAWLS

OPEN DOORS KIDS

SPOTLIGHT EVENTS

EVENTS FROM A-Z

DAILY SCHEDULE

MAP VIEW

TOURS & CRAWLS

OPEN DOORS KIDS

SPOTLIGHT EVENTS

LEGEND

NA Sponsored Spotlight Event
Open Doors Kids
Open Doors Studio Tour

Visual Arts
Poetry
Film

Live Performance
Accessible Facility

LEGEND

NA Sponsored Spotlight Event
Open Doors Kids
Open Doors Studio Tour
Visual Arts
Poetry
Film
Live Performance
Accessible Facility

ALL EVENTS FROM A-Z

Opening Reception: Friday, October 11, 7PM-8PM

Curated by: Newark Women In Film

Featured Artist(s): Alicia Reap, Poet On Watch, Nimi Hendrix, Damani Bollow, Khoelife Soap & Oil Farm, Indigo Providence, Rabbit Hole Farm Newark &
The Urban Agriculture Cooperative

Join us for an evening of art and activism. Love - for the planet and one another

Climates of Inequality: Stories of Environmental Justice

Humanities Action Lab

54 Halsey St, Newark, NJ 07102

Thursday, October 10 | 08AM-9PM

Friday, October 11 | 08AM-9PM

Saturday, October 12 | 08AM-9PM

Sunday, October 13 | 08AM-9PM

Curated by: Humanities Action Lab

Featured Artist(s): The Humanities Action Lab (HAL) is a coalition of universities, issue organizations, and public spaces in 22 cities, and growing, led from Rutgers University-Newark, that collaborate to produce community-curated public humanities projects on urgent social issues.

Follow students and advocates in Newark & more than 20 cities as they uncover the layers of history behind environmental justice in their communities.

Collateral Damage

33 Washington Street, Newark, NJ 07102

Friday, October 11 | 6PM-9PM

Sunday, October 13 | 3PM-5PM

Opening Reception: Friday, October 11, 6PM-9PM

Closing Reception: Sunday, October 13, 3PM-5PM

Curated by: Anne Dushanko Dobek

Featured Artist(s): Anne Dushanko Dobek

Anne Dushanko Dobek is a conceptual artist whose work focuses on environmental and immigration issues. Collateral Damage is part of her larger series "Perilous Journeys," which reference the crossing of borders by immigrants, migrants and refugees. Her work is often installed in remote, challenging and non-traditional sites such as oceans, forests and fields, that invite closer examination of images that provoke lively conversations about the content.

Collateral Damage is a sight-specific installation commenting on the caging of children in detention centers in the United States.

Supported in part by a grant from NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.

Supported in part by a grant from NJ Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.