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State of the Art

Studio Montclair holds ‘State of the Art 2017’

By GWEN OREL orel@montclairlocal.news“Hello!” “Good to see you!” and “Where’s yours?” were the white noise of the opening reception of Studio Montclair’s “State of the Art” exhibit last month, along with “Which one is yours,...

Culture in brief: work by Nora Chavooshian and Linda Ippolito at The BrassWorks Gallery

The BrassWorks Gallery presents "THREAD," the new work of artists Nora Chavooshian and Linda Ippolito. The exhibit at The BrassWorks Gallery, 105 Grove St., opens on Friday, Jan. 19, with a reception from 6...
Levitin

Overlooked, and looking: Nick Levitin’s ‘Homage to Pine Street’

Nick Levitin's “Homage to Pine Street” black and white photography exhibition tells the story of a neighborhood overlooked and the people who call it home.
Affair of the Art

Culture in brief: SMI has shows, Affair of the Art

Affair of the Art, Studio Montclair's major fundraiser, is tomorrow night. They have two exhibitions going on simultaneously, too!
Seed Artists at 73 See.

Culture in brief: concert and exhibitions at 73 See

A concert from Seed Artists, and upcoming exhibition, at 73 See Gallery.
Pierson

Culture in brief: Montclair’s Richard Pierson in Arts Unbound

Montclair artist Richard Pierson is featured an exhibition by Arts Unbound, an organization dedicated to the artistic achievement of people living with disabilities and seniorsThe show, which bagn Saturday, Feb. 2, titled "No...

Weather Week in Montclair joins museum and library

To commemorate five years since Sandy, and to celebrate "Charles E. Burchfield: Weather Event," MAM and MPL have joined together for Weather Week.
racial

‘My Racial Identity’ explores feelings about race

Montclair High School graduate/Parsons School of Design student Charles Williams explores heritage and culture in his photo project "My Racial Identiy."
Cantor

All in a day’s work: portraits of workers by Phil Cantor

Phil Cantor's exhibition, "Line of Work," includes portraits of more than 40 locals, photographed with the tools of their trades.
NEA

Montclair arts groups speak out for the NEA

By GWEN OREL orel@montclairlocal.newsWhen Jazz House Kids first presented a Montclair Jazz Festival, “we were on a raised grass and rock platform in Nishuane park,” said Melissa Walker, founder and president of the festival’s producing...