Join us for ArtPride’s 3rd Annual Facebook Friends Gallery exhibition! Check out the 2012 featured artists below and meet them off-line at the Opening Reception on Thursday, August 16 from 7:00-9:00pm at the Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts. Click HERE for details.
Full time artist, Lauren Curtis, loves working in [ … ] Read more
ArtPride New Jersey Foundation and the Lyceum Hall Center for the Arts invite you to celebrate our Facebook “likers” and their wonderful work at the opening reception for:
The 3rd Annual Facebook Friends Gallery
ArtPride is only as strong as our supporters, so we look forward to connecting face-to-face with our fantastic online friends. Join us for an evening of [ … ] Read more
ArtPride is only as strong as our supporters, so your Facebook “like” really does count. We keep you posted on arts funding action alerts, updates for the field, and ways to get involved, so the more “likers” we have, the bigger the voice for the arts in New Jersey.
How can you help spread the word? So glad you asked! [ … ] Read more
We love our new home in Burlington and if you haven’t gotten a chance to check out our fair city yet, tomorrow’s Wood Street Fair is the perfect opportunity! Colonial Burlington Foundation’s 40th Annual Wood Street Fair will be right in our backyard and feature 175 unique crafters, art, live music, food, antiques, and much more. Check out http://woodstreetfair.com/ for [ … ] Read more
Thanks to all our Facebook friends who made it out to the Gallery reception! We had a great time meeting new people and enjoying wonderful art. If you haven’t gotten the chance to check out the ArtPride Facebook Friends Gallery yet, the show runs through September 25th and is open for free to the public Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays [ … ] Read more
Lyceum Hall in Burlington City will be ArtPride NJ’s new home by the end of this calendar year. In more than one way, it’s an appropriate and fated move. Officially known as Herman T. Costello Lyceum Hall, it’s a truly historic building constructed in 1839. It was given to the City of Burlington in 1851 and functioned as City Hall [ … ] Read more
RT @NJKeepItGreen: Members of keep it green testifying now in senate environment committee- supporting dedication of existing revenue!(about 21 hours ago)