New Jersey Arts Day will unite creative minds to cook up new and exciting ways to sustain the arts in communities throughout New Jersey. Offerings extend throughout the day at The War Memorial in Trenton, but the menu is diverse enough to accommodate busy schedules—and entice appetites hungry to imagine a New Jersey where the arts are no longer considered [ … ] Read more
WE ARE SORRY TO SAY THAT DUE TO A LACK OF EARLY RESERVATIONS, WE HAVE TO CANCEL OUR EVENT, INSPIRING WOMEN: A CELEBRATION OF VISUAL & CULINARY ARTS. OUR ONLINE AUCTION WILL REMAIN OPEN SO PLEASE CONSIDER MAKING A BID TO SUPPORT ArtPride NJ AND OUR PROGRAMS. THANK YOU.
Art and food go together like … well, dinner and show! [ … ] Read more
It’s hard to look forward without looking back, but the New Year offers an indomitable spirit of hope and promise. With all the recovery and rebuilding that is necessary at the New Jersey shore, the State’s reliable and most noteworthy tourist destination, it is time for arts groups to “step up their game” and make sure that tourism dollars traditionally [ … ] Read more
The holidays are upon us once again and the big question on everyone’s mind is “What do I get that friend who has everything?” Why not give a gift that will support something that you love as well? Why not give a gift that keeps on giving all year long? Why not give a gift that will enrich, inspire and [ … ] Read more
“I can honestly say that my Advocate Jersey Arts Membership has taken my passion for the arts to a new level . . . not only in regard to what I do and experience as an arts ”spectator” or participant, but also in regard to my understanding of the impact the arts can have on quality of life and educational [ … ] Read more
Posted on May 20, 2008 by ArtPride in Category Advocacy
Can you believe it? Over 12,000 emails and letters sent since Feb. 28 to NJ district legislators in support of restoring arts, history and tourism State dollars! Every time I open my mailbox, 100, 200, 300 emails come flooding in. I get copies of them all and scan them for the great stories told by people who really love what [ … ] Read more
Posted on May 30, 2007 by ArtPride in Category Advocacy
By THOMAS H. KEAN Item: The Paper Mill Playhouse, one of the leading regional theaters in the country, $3 million in debt, threatens to close its doors unless it receives an 11th-hour transfusion of funds. Crisis temporarily averted.
Item: The New Jersey Symphony, one of the best orchestras in the nation, also experiencing financial difficulties, considers selling rare and valuable [ … ] Read more
A BIG Year is Coming Up! Are You Ready? Posted on 5/21/13 in Building Audience Participation, Community, Creativity and Innovation, Cultural Exchange, New Jersey Arts, Tourism 2014 is filled with landmark NJ events that you should know about! Not only is Read More
Don’t Miss Arts Day on May 2! Register Today! Posted on 4/22/13 in Advocacy, Arts Education, Building Audience Participation, Community, Creativity and Innovation, Discover Jersey Arts New Jersey Arts Day will unite creative minds to cook up new and exciting ways Read More
Highlights from NJ at National Arts Advocacy Day Posted on 4/10/13 in Advocacy, Americans for the Arts, Creativity and Innovation, Economy, Emerging Arts Leaders, funding, New Jersey Arts, Rally First off, I have been attending National Arts Advocacy Day since 1996. To say this Read More