The 32nd Annual Hoboken Artists Studio Tour Saturday and Sunday November 17th – 18th Noon to 6pm
Mayor Dawn Zimmer, the City of Hoboken, and The Monroe Center for the Arts proudly present….
The 32nd Annual Hoboken Artists Studio Tour
Saturday and Sunday November 17th – 18th Noon to 6pm
Free Self-Guided Walking Tour of Artists Studios and Galleries
Featuring work by over 100 local artists
Tour guide list and map is available on the City of Hoboken website: www.hobokennj.org/docs/cultura
It will also be available at the following locations in Hoboken:
- Hoboken City Hall, 94 Washington St.
- D’s Soulful Cafe, 918 Willow Ave.
- Hoboken Historical Museum, 1301 Hudson St.
- Mackey Blue, 1200 Washington St.
- Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe St.
Even though there are over 25 stops on the tour, we have designed the tour so that you can walk from one studio, gallery or group exhibition to the next. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists, photographers, sculptors & artisans in their own studios, where they can witness the creative process at work.
Media ranges from classical figurative realism and abstract expressionism to sculptures and photographic computer generated images; oil paintings, watercolors, acrylics and multi-media collage. For directions or further info please call 201-420-2207, email us at email@example.com or online at www.hobokennj.org.
In addition, students of the Hoboken Charter High School are creating “The Healing Wall” Reflections of Hurricane Sandy. “A wall is made of individual bricks, together they create a foundation and more importantly, they create a community”
We invite everyone to come to City Hall, 94 Washington Street on Sat. & Sun. Nov. 17th & 18th from noon to 6pm, during the Hoboken Artist’s Studio Tour, and join in their efforts in uniting the Hoboken Community.
We are a service learning school. During the year our students participate in school wide, k-12 service learning programs. In addition, our Peace Jam chapter donates books to the hospital, cooks and serves guests in the shelter, focuses on recycling in our school, plants trees, raises money for programs and more. Our Interact Club is currently collecting money to raise awareness about lung cancer. They created a fund in memory of a student’s father, and will donate some of the collection to the Lung Cancer Circle of Hope Foundation in NJ. Service Learning to our students doesn’t mean talking about change, we make the change. Students united in our Healing Wall project in our efforts to support the City of Hoboken.