Join us for an exciting collaborative event featuring two venues on the same block in downtown Newark featuring more than 30 artist’s open studios, 4 exhibitions, and multiple storefront public-art installations. Gallery Aferro, and Index Art Center will all open their doors to the public for an Art Block Party!
Artist's and Exhibitions at Gallery Aferro:
Info coming soon!
Index Art Center Open Studios
237 Washington Street, Newark NJ
Patricia Dahlman, Spencer Frohwirth, Colleen Gutwein and Joseph O'Neal, Kevin Durkin, 'and / or' Colin Sheilds and Frank Anderson, 'Afterlife' Jennifer Schwartz, Sohoah Lee, Agnes Deja, Linda Everswick, Heidi Lorënz-Wettach Hussa, Gabe Gutierrez, and Jillian Keats
Also on view: Landholdings featurings works by Nell Painter, Sara Fox, Mike Belleme, Anne Percoco, Ellie Irons, and Jamie Bruno
IAC Ground Floor: Art and Architecture of Newark:
AAN is part of Index Art Center's new curatorial residency program.
Our current Resident curator is Matthew Gosser- more info on the way!
“OUTRAGE: Artists Respond
to the Election of Donald Trump” an online exhibition of art work by 20 artists
Art Hazelwood, Aileen Bassis, Patricia Dahlman, Donna Coleman, Anne Dushanko Dobek, Vaughn Spann, Cicely Cottingham, Robyn Ellenbogen, Doug Minkler, Ilse Schreiber-Noll, Lisa G Westheimer, Ray Must, Anne Q. McKeown, Miles MacDiarmid, Michael Dal Cerro, Hubert Neal Jr., Ozlem Ayse Ozgur, Joseph O’Neal, Carol Radsprecher and Cheryl Harper
Ray Must, "Pale Rider" lift ground aquatint etching and collage, 16” x”18’
Wednesday and Thursday 9 a.m. - 1:30 and 2:30 - 5 p.m.
Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Newburgh Last Saturdays of each month 5 p.m. to 8 p.m
Intersection 2016- October 21 - November 17
Intersection features work by artists that have studios located at 31 Central Avenue in Newark. 31 Central has been occupied by artists and creatives for more than three decades, helping to establish an emerging arts community in the Halsey Street area and Downtown Newark. Intersection will also feature works by artists that have studios at 237 Washington Street – Index Art Center’s new location after a fire displaced the organization in 2013. Intersection was originally conceived of in 2011 as an annual exhibition to highlight artists that had been working at Index’s old location (585 Broad St.) and at 31 Central Ave. during Newark Open Doors. This exhibition follows suit, curated by Lowell Eugene Craig, co-founder of IAC and a studio resident at 31 Central.
There will be a parallel exhibition curated by Anonda Bell at Rutgers University located at the Robeson Campus Center Gallery (opening September 6 and closes December 22, 2016. Reception Thursday September 22, 5pm – 7pm)
(31) Katrina Bello, Akintola Hanif, Stephen Mckenzie, Kevin Merkel, William Oliwa, German Pitre, Kati Vilim,
Robert Shoup (237) Colin Sheilds, Patricia Dahlman, Agnes Deja, Kevin Durkin, Gabe Gutierrez, Colleen Gutwein, Lowell Craig, Heidi Lorënz-Wettach Hussa, Jillian Keats, Sohoah Lee, and Joseph O’Neal
Reception: Friday, October 21, 6 - 11 pm
Index Side Gallery: Pop Up shop by Fern & Fossil
27 Mix: Artwork by James Wilson
Gallery hours are by appointment.
Admission is free and open to the public.
This event is sponsored by our neighbors 27 Mix and Kilkenny Alehouse.
UNPACKING THE 21ST CENTURY: ARTISTS ENGAGING THE WORLD Aliza Augustine, Aileen Bassis, Patricia Cazorla, Patricia Dahlman, Nancy Saleme
June 4 - 25, 2016
Opening Reception: Saturday June 4, 6–8 pm
Sunday, June 5, 3–5 pm
Special Viewing for Children of Holocaust Survivors & Families with Aliza Augustine RSVP email@example.com
Wednesday, June 8, 7 - 9 pm
Prose, Poetry and Performance: Readings by poets Bhisham Bherwani, Terese Svoboda and Perfomance, „‚E‘ as in Event“ by dancer and choreographer Luis Lara Malvacias with spoken words by poet Judah Levenson
Saturday, June 18, 3 pm Artist Talk
55 Bethune Street (corner of Washington Street)
New York, NY 10014
Gallery Hours: Wed. - Sunday / 1 - 6
Hosted by Gallery Aferro, Index Art Center, and The Newark Print Shop
Picturing The Garden State (Now)
"Big Open Book"