Ridgewood Art Institute
April 5-May 10: The 63rd annual Sponsors Show
features paintings donated to the Ridgewood Arts
Institute, with a reception on April 12. Become
a sponsor by contributing $275, and on May 8
names will be drawn at random for sponsors to
take home their favorite paintings from the show.
12 East Glen Ave, Ridgewood (201-652-9615,
Rutgers-Camden Center for the Arts
Thru April 22: The eye-opening exhibit “Juvenile
in Justice,” by photographer Richard Ross, reveals
the rarely seen American juvenile system, from
the living conditions to the types of punishment
meted out in detention and correctional institutions. The photographs document youths in over
200 facilities, including group homes, police lockups and treatment centers. Mon-Sat, 10 AM- 4 PM;
Thurs, until 8 PM. Stedman Gallery, 314 Linden
Street, Camden ( rcca.camden.rutgers.edu).
Hunterdon Art Museum
Thru May 10: “Contemporary International Tap-
estry” features work by 39 artists from around the
world, including Archie Brennan and Joan Baxter
of Scotland and Włodzimierz Cygan of Poland.
The exhibit includes award-winning design with
fibers, textiles and weaving. Tues-Sun, 11 AM- 5
PM; suggested admission, $5. 7 Lower St, Clinton
Princeton University Art Museum
Thru June 7: “The City Lost and Found: Captur-
ing New York, Chicago and Los Angeles, 1960-
1980” highlights the structural and demographic transformations in America’s major cities in
the second half of the 20th century. From race
riots to highway construction, metropolitan
areas experienced radical shifts that changed
the visual and cultural urban landscape. The
exhibit, a collaboration between the Princeton
University Art Museum and the Art Institute of
Chicago, features photography and film. Closed
Mondays; free. McCormick Hall, Princeton
University (609-258-3788, artmuseum.princ-eton.edu).
Thru Aug 9: The exhibit “Royals & Regalia: Inside
the Palaces of Nigeria’s Monarchs” brings 40 im-
pressive portraits by renowned Lagos-based pho-
tographer George Osodi to the Newark Museum.
The portraits showcase more than 20 Nigerian
rulers in palaces and throne rooms, dressed in
ceremonial embroidered robes, elaborate head
accessories and jewelry. Closed Mondays; suggested admission, $7-$12. Newark (973-596-6550,
The Moody Blues
April 3 & 4: The British rock band has sold more
than 55 million albums since its 1964 debut.
The current lineup includes longtime members
Justin Hayward, John Lodge and Graeme Edge.
Free H Free Parking V Children Free
Schedules may change; call
to verify event information.
for additional events or to
submit your own event.
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5th Annual 5K Celebration of Life
April 12, 2015 - Paramus, NJ
June 7, 2015 - New Providence, NJ
For information about special events, partnerships and sponsorship opportunities,
contact Jackie Lue Raia at 908-516-5686 or email@example.com.
Local Presenting Sponsors:
KOMEN NORTH JERSEY RACE FOR THE CURE®
SUNDAY, MAY 3, 2015
5K USTAF Timed Race / 5K or 1.5M Walk
KIDS for the Cure Color Run / NEW Race Village