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DAILY SCHEDULE

MAP VIEW

TOURS & CRAWLS

OPEN DOORS KIDS

SPOTLIGHT EVENTS

LEGEND

NA Sponsored Spotlight Event
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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

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Her Soul

Come Unity

Kelcher Hubb, 260 Washington St. Suite 201, Newark, NJ 07102

Thursday, October 10 | 6PM-9PM

Friday, October 11 | 6PM-8PM

Saturday, October 12 | 12PM-10PM

Sunday, October 13 | 11AM-7:30PM

Event poster/Featured Image

Opening Reception: Thursday, October 10, 6PM-9PM

Curated by: Come Unity

Featured Artist(s): Come Unity Team - @1comeunity, Ayana Kareem - @ayanakareemart, Laura Cole - @Sundaze_moonrays_ , Ryessa Grant - @cupsceo, Eleven - @11realizedcouches, Suliman Onque - @slimsuliart_world, Jay Doune - @jay_doune_12, Artists Supporting Artists -@asa.nwk, Keiona Josey - @freakquencee, Madeline Pugh - @bymaddz, Matthew Desheilds- @yotopshot


Come Unity seeks to shed light on all the things that make our community so beautifully complex. Come Unity is a call to action to form genuine connections and a sustainable union that supports and inspires. As a collective we organize art centralized events that work towards the empowerment and healing of our community.

“Her”- a summation of her experiences, her truth. “Her captures and highlights the essence of a woman in all of her glory.
“Her Soul” unveils her openness, shares her wisdom, and honors the divine feminine. Her soul is healing and teaching.

10/10 6PM-9PM: Opening Reception
10/11 6PM-8PM: Group Portrait Workshop
10/12 12PM-6PM: Buy Black Marketplace/Networking session
7PM-10PM: Performances
10/13 11AM-2PM: Brunch
1PM-2PM: Artist Q&A
4PM-7:30PM: Performances

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.