The Collins Brothers – A Retrospective

The Collins Brothers - A Retrospective Saturday, January 14 at 2 PM - 5 PM 107 Bowers Gallery Presents local Jersey City Heights artists Myles, Bill and Noah Collins' paintings and sculptures. 88 years old Myles has lived in Jersey City Heights since 1963. Myles is a former NYC commercial artist who is officially retired,… Continue reading The Collins Brothers – A Retrospective

Create Art & Celebrate!

via - The Jersey City Campus of Conwell School 3 and Middle School 4 is celebrating the beginning of the holiday season by holding a Holiday/Christmas Tree lighting on Dec. 9 at 5:30 p.m. The tree will be made from recyclable materials, specifically green, yellow, and clear 1- and 2-liter plastic bottles. The schools are currently seeking empty bottles… Continue reading Create Art & Celebrate!

Art Show Opening at LITM

Kayt Hester returns to LITM in this special anniversary show celebrating 10 years of her striking black and white compositions accented with subtle hints and bold splashes of color, all created in her signature medium: hand torn masking tape. The show will be a look back at all her various themes and phases throughout the last decade but reinterpreted… Continue reading Art Show Opening at LITM


Thanks to NYC real estate blog BrickUnderground for showing the community across the river why Jersey City is great. Of course, we already knew that! Priced out or just weary of Manhattan? Dreaming of Brooklyn's spacious apartments and skyline views without Brooklyn's sky-high prices? You're in luck. Jersey City's got huge amounts of available, affordable housing, a welcoming community… Continue reading 9 REASONS TO MOVE TO JERSEY CITY RIGHT NOW

New Look: Jersey City’s Art House

via Nikolai Fedak/ New York YIMBY A tipster submitted renderings of Jersey City’s Art House, located at 148 First Street, in the Powerhouse Arts District. The Shuster Group is developing, and Fogarty Finger is the project’s architect. The Art House will have 119 units, and stands twelve stories tall; the building’s appearance is relatively simple, and the white-brick facade is interspersed… Continue reading New Look: Jersey City’s Art House

TONIGHT! Grace Van Vorst Community Service’s Annual Wine Tasting

Sponsored by Central Avenue Liquors features wines from all around the world, and special tables for scotch and beer. This not-to-be-missed event is an opportunity not only to taste wonderful wine, enjoy live music and a photography exhibit, but to support the community outreach efforts of GVVCS, including its weekend Breakfast Plus! program, which feeds over 200… Continue reading TONIGHT! Grace Van Vorst Community Service’s Annual Wine Tasting

Jersey City street artist will debut a balloon in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!

via Adam Robb/ NJ Monthly Armed with spray can, Jersey City native Brian Donnelly began creating street art even before he reached St. Anthony’s High School and adopted his now-famous alias, KAWS. Fast forward 20 years, and he’s about to debut his most visible work to date, a balloon in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day… Continue reading Jersey City street artist will debut a balloon in this year’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!

Last weekend for MATERIAL TAK!

371 Warren Street, 4th FL, Jersey City, NJ 07302     Panepinto Galleries and STUDIO 371 are pleased to present Material Tak, a group exhibition devoted exclusively to the practice of painting. One of the oldest and most revered forms of artistic output, painting is a doggedly powerful medium. Not merely as defined by its… Continue reading Last weekend for MATERIAL TAK!