When it comes to sprucing up the streetscape, Hoboken is following the timeless adage of something old, something new. An old Belgian block street is being restored, and a drain mural competition is underway in celebration of Earth Day. Let's take a look at some of the murals.
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.
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.
The Jersey Journal reported yesterday that the City of Jersey City is in preliminary discussions to bring an art museum to Journal Square. The city wants to buy 25 Journal Square and turn it into a cultural destination.
On May 20th, Hoboken’s Pier A will celebrate innovation by hosting Propellor Fest. Described as a day filled with inspiration, education and fun; activities will include talks from tech luminaries, networking and a start up competition.