Twenty-Seventh Annual Jersey City Art & Studio Tour
Artists’ Closing Reception
Benjamin J. Dineen III and Dennis C. Hull Galley
71 Sip Ave., 6th Fl. (Venue #92 on the JCAST map)
Sunday, October 15, 5-8 PM
Stroll through the current exhibitions to the tunes of Justin Raro and DJ Pastiche while toasting to the conclusion of another amazing #JCAST2017event. 🍷 Light refreshments will be served with beverages compliments ofPark and Shore Condominiums. 🍷
The event is free and all artists, friends and art supporters are welcome to attend.
GETTING TO THE EVENT
🚍 The Day Tripper’s signature bus Maggie May (www.jcdaytrippers.com) will be shuttling folks from Grove Street to the event (and back) between 5 and 8 PM.
🚆 The Journal Square PATH stop is directly across Sip Avenue and the Gallery.
JCAST WEEKEND at HCCC – JCAST #92
Saturday, Oct. 14 from 12 (noon)-2 pm join us for our Collectors Club: Dineen Hull Gallery & Art Foundation Tour featuring work by Edward S. Curtis, William Wegman, Mark Beard, Jason Watson, Charles Kessler, Catalina Aranguren, Kayt Hester and artsts in our exhibt “Each state of mind is irreducible: Spanish & Latin American Artists.”
Oct. 14 & 15 – JCAST #92
DINEEN HULL GALLERY – 6th Fl.
Our main exhibit Each state of mind is irreducible:Spanish&Latin American Artists featuring artists from Mana Contemporary will be on display in the Dineen Hull Gallery Oct. 14 from 12 (noon) to 5 pm and Oct. 15 from 12 (noon) to 6 pm and during the closing party.
ATRIUM INSTALLATION – 6th Fl. – JCAST #92
Kayt Hester “Roof Tops and Wires” will be on display in the Atrium Oct. 14 from 12 (noon) to 5 pm and Oct. 15 from 12 (noon) to 6 pm and during the closing party.
HCCC MAIN LIBRARY – 1st Fl. – JCAST #92
Catalina Aranguren “Teacher as Artist” will be on display in the Library Oct. 14 from 12 (noon) to 5 pm and Oct. 15 from 12 (noon) to 6 pm and during the closing party.
JCAST is a free, self-guided tour featuring more than 500 artists showing work in over 170 event spaces, including galleries, artist studios, public art exhibits, and more.The tour demonstrates Jersey City’s robust arts scene, including visual art, installation, multi-media, film, music, performance and everything in-between.
Learn more at www.thejcast.com.
For more information and to register, visit http://www.hccc.edu/
This event is FREE and open to the public.