A major arts destination in Jersey City connected to Moishe’s Moving Systems has placed their co-founding director on administrative leave.
Green Villain selected local artist Distort to paint the largest mural to date in Jersey City just outside the Holland Tunnel where 15 million people pass by annually.
Several dignitaries including Queen Latifah were on hand to unveil the new Harriett Tubman monument in Newark, which celebrates the city's role in the Underground Railroad.
The Immigrants Memorial Monument by sculptor Camilo Satiro is in the Ironbound at the corner of Ferry Street and Edison Place.
Plans for a performance venue presented earlier this year have been scraped by the city, but a new music and arts hall could still be coming to Springwood Avenue.
A historic building in East Orange that houses studios for artists — and is home to the state’s largest Black Lives Matter mural — could be sold off to developers.
KRE Group and NYC's The Participation Agency have teamed up to create the ultimate short-term stay for touring bands plus a perk for residents.
A public art exhibition will be held at 150 Bay Street the first weekend in May.
The City Council will soon move forward with legislation that will add a new tax on homeowners that could generate over $1 million in annual revenue to support cultural activities.
Beautifully renovated and well-situated in Uptown Hoboken, Field Colony not only provides an affordable workspace but also a chance to grow as an artist.