Do you have a technically inclined child? Do they love to build things with their hands? Then you need to consider sending them to JCFabLab’s Art and Tech Summer Camp. See what the program entails.
Just announced this week, the GRAMMY Museum Experience is set to open their first East Coast location this fall on the ground floor of the Prudential Center in Downtown Newark. The new museum could bring thousands of tourists annually to the city.
The Central Avenue S.I.D. Management Corporation is pleased to announce that it is seeking creative proposals for its 2016 public art installation program. Proposed artwork will be installed on either a wall space or traffic box.
The OMA/AEA team are set to design Jersey City’s largest arts & culture center in Journal Square.
The question of why the Loew's Journal Square has been unable to undergo a Kings Theater (Brooklyn) style full renovation under the Fulop administration (or prior administrations) and become a cultural destination with more jobs and year-round programming, is a complex one. We caught up with Friends of Loew's to get the scoop.
Playwright Oscar Wilde once famously claimed that “art is the only serious thing in the world.” If that is indeed the case, Mana Contemporary wants to make sure Jersey City gets very serious over the next few years.
Mana Contemporary opened in Jersey City in 2011, but until a recent visit on a Thursday afternoon, when and how the public could gain access remained a little mysterious. So here's a handy guide for those wishing to visit the cultural center.
Mayor Steven M. Fulop announced the return of New Jersey’s premier Fourth of July concert and fireworks celebration, the Jersey City “Freedom & Fireworks Festival,” at Liberty State Park, with fireworks by nationally-acclaimed Grucci, live musical performances including headliner "Village People," amusement rides, food and refreshment vendors, and entertainment for all ages.
The network is planning to film at a Jersey City storefront as part of an upcoming series.
As I walk around the area, I see and meet lots of people. Some are new transplants, some have been here for decades and some are born and raised. I wanted to find out their thoughts on the area so I asked them five questions.