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Call for Newark Artists to participate in a performance project with RU/NJIT students🎭🎬 During the semester, students From Page to Stage, Rutgers-NJIT Theatre Arts Program course will spend several weeks learning script analysis and how plays are produced for the stage. As part of their final project, students will meet Newark Artists to interview them about pretty much anything that comes up in conversation. It could be anything from childhood memories to process of art work, or the Newark artist…Find out more »
Please join us Saturday, September 28th for IAC's Open studios event, enjoy some delicious Caribbean food and meet some of Index's resident artists! IAC's artist residencies and studios are located on the first and third floor of our building. Index's resident artists are: 'Art & Artifacts of Newark' (Matthew Gosser), Patricia Dahlman, Diana Palermo or Luisa Pinzon, xplorefreedom, 'Fern and Fossil' Samantha Katehis, Kevin Durkin and Jeffery Koroski, 'and / or' Colin Sheilds, Jillian Rock and Aollani Wilkinson, Agnes Deja,…Find out more »
Visit us at our 2019 Fall Pop Up Shop and build a terrarium! We're back at Index Art Center for more terrarium fun! Terrarium Workshop w/ Fern & Fossil Sept 28th - 2:00pm - 4:00pm Fern & Fossil provides all-inclusive instructional workshops on terrarium building and plant care. By layering sand, earth & rocks, we create a tiny environment for plants to grow. Participants will choose a succulent, plant in a glass container, then decorate; creating a unique finished project to…Find out more »
O September 28 - October 10, 2019 Abigail Diecidue Jezreel Deseo Bhakti Gundani Chai Evaline Silva Yoshimi Suzuki Performances by: Joohee Choi, Misook Mendonca, Abigail Yashiro, and Diona West and The Lovenauts Opening reception on September 28th from 6 pm - 11 pm "O" examines how these artists have applied and portrayed both the symbolism of the circle and the letter “O” within their work. CURATORIAL STATEMENT: The circle represents spiritual and physical wholeness, the Self, timelessness, and eternity. It…Find out more »
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