Newark Arts Council Free Exhibits

The Open Doors Gallery Crawl may be over, but art exhibits in Newark continue! Read more for a schedule of gallery exhibits happening all over the city. All exhibits are free and open to the public.

On behalf of the Newark Arts Council thank you for your contributions to making sure this year’s Open Doors was a successful endeavor.

We hope you were able to visit many of the exhibits during the four day event; quite of few of which will remain through the month. Below are a few of the exhibits that remain – we encourage you to visit the galleries/shows and continue to support the arts in Newark. All exhibits are free (unless otherwise noted) and open to the public.

Outside Over There (through November 22)
Gallery Aferro
73 Market Street, Newark, NJ

Red Badge of Courage ReVisited (through November 28)
Wednesday – Saturday 11-4pm
570 Broad Street, Newark, NJ

Exhibition at Gallery 744 (through December 5)
Wednesday – Saturday 11-4pm
744 Broad Street, Newark, NJ

Opening Minds (through December 15)
Venue:Arts High
550 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Newark, NJ
Open during school hours

The Price of Freedom (through December 19)
Venue:City Without Walls
6 Crawford Street, Newark, NJ

Paths to Impressionism: French and American Landscape Paintings from the Worcester Art Museum (through January 4, 2009)
The Newark Museum
49 Washington Street, Newark, NJ

The Westinghouse Project (through January 17, 2009)
New Jersey School of Architecture Gallery – NJIT
113 Summit Street, Newark, NJ

Three Fall Shows (through January 18, 2009)
Solo: GERMAN PITRE · Contra Disambiguation
Williamsburg Window: Curated by THE HOGAR COLLECTION
Rupert Ravens Contemporary Gallery
85 Market Street, Newark, NJ

Author: Ken Walker

Husband, Father, Analyst. In a glass case of emotion since 1978.

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