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Flower & Landscapes Photography:
Oct 20: The Somerset County Park Commission’s
Horticultural Department hosts a photography
lecture and field session in the Buck Garden,
CULTURE & CRAFTS
Jersey City Art & Studio
Tour I Oct 3-4
More than 600 artists and hundreds
of venues will participate in the 25th
annual JCAST, a citywide celebration of arts. Local blues artist Eliza
Neals will perform free concerts
each day at noon as part of the
Naked Music Loft Series. Jersey City
WheatonArts Festival of
Fine Craft I Oct 3-4
The popular, juried Festival of Fine
Craft showcases one-of-a-kind work
from more than 130 artists. Don’t
miss the hands-on workshops and
family classes like Scarecrow Construction, Day of the Dead Masks
and more. 10 AM- 5 PM; $7-$10. 1501
Glasstown Road, Millville
Rahway Culture Crawl I Oct 9
Celebrate Rahway’s thriving art
scene during the town’s annual Culture Crawl, featuring live performances, interactive art, sculptures,
videos, audio installations, live
music and craft vendors. 6-9 PM.
Fall Fine Arts & Crafts Brookdale Park Show I Oct 17-18
The 16th annual art show in Essex
County’s Brookdale Park hosts more
than 160 exhibitors. 10 AM- 5 PM.
Montclair ( rosesquared.com).
Sugarloaf Crafts Festival
The Garden State Exhibit Center
hosts more than 260 artisans for
three days of browsing and shopping one-of-a-kind items. Fri &
Sat, 10 AM- 6 PM; Sun, 10 AM- 5 PM;
$8-$10; children under 12, free. 50
Atrium Drive, Somerset
Garden State Wine
Jersey Fresh Wine Festival
JERSEY FRESH WINE TASTING & PRODUCE FROM MANY
OF NEW JERSEY'S FINEST WINERIES & FARMS, LIVE MUSIC,
CRAFTS, & FOOD TRUCKS
September 26 & 27
at the Burlington County Fairgrounds
Grand Harvest Wine Festival
October 3 & 4 at Fosterfields Farm, Morristown
Cape May Wine Festival
October 10 & 11 at the Naval Air Station Wildwood Air Museum, Cape May
Holiday Wine Trail Weekend
November 27, 28 & 29 at Participating Wineries Across New Jersey
free passport app
for a chance
to win an
EXPLORE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN TEXTILES,
ARCHITECTURE AND THE HUMAN BODY
The Shape of Light: Gabriel Dawe is sponsored by the
Newark Museum Volunteer Organization and members
of the Newark Museum Board of Trustees.
Image: Gabriel Dawe, Plexus no. 13 (detail), 2012. Photo © Matthieu Kavyrchine
FESTIVAL OF COLOR & LIGHT
Saturday, October 17, noon- 9 pm
Programs for all ages:
Conversation with Gabriel Dawe,
“Red, Blue and Yellow” Gallery Tours,
Experimental Visual Music Films,
Tie-Dying & Weaving Workshops,
Experience the Aurora planetarium
show, Kaleidoscope-making, and
other family-friendly activities.
DJ Music & Dancing, Experimental
Visual Music Films, Experience the
Aurora planetarium show, Colorful
Cocktails & Collage—a paint & sip
event, and a gallery scavenger hunt.
This event is part of Newark Arts Council
Open Doors, a city-wide arts festival and
Festival of Color & Light is sponsored
by Marie and Joe Melone.
For additional information, including
related exhibitions: Outside the Lines:
Color Across the Collections and
Chromatic: Minimalism and Color
Field Experiments, visit our website.
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Department of State — a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, the New Jersey Cultural Trust, the Prudential Foundation, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the Victoria Foundation, the Wallace Foundation, and other corporations, foundations and individuals. Funds for acquisitions and activities other than operations are provided by members and other contributors.
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