The non-profit organization Project for Empty Space recently leased 20,000 square feet in downtown Newark.
One of Paterson’s wealthiest residents unknowingly owned a painting by Leonardo Da Vinci.
The 140,000-square foot property will have on-site parking and a three-story mural painted on an exterior wall.
A recent Strong Towns article warns that Jersey City needs to focus on arts and culture as much as new development for fear of losing the artists and organizations it has left.
Art House Production's modern performing and visual arts center will be launching later this week in Jersey City.
The Jersey City Redevelopment Agency has reached a deal to purchase the property, which officials want to open an art museum in.
New renderings illustrate some of the murals and other art installations that are planned around Newark’s downtown.
A public art exhibition will be held at 150 Bay Street the first weekend in May.
31 Central, a building in Downtown Newark that has long been home to studios for local artists, will hold one final open house on Friday night before being shuttered to make way for development.
The massive complex in New Brunswick’s downtown will include two theaters, over 200 apartments, Rutgers classrooms, and office space.