The Monroe Center for the Arts, located at 720 Monroe Street which is half a mile from your Rivington apartment, will be showcasing hob’art’s cooperative gallery’s first exhibit of the new year with a group show called ‘Celebration II.’
At this show, sure to be uplifting for any visitor, featured are bright colors, the feeling of joy, as well as unusual scenes and images that will be sure to keep you lingering at each and every work of art. The show, which is in its 16th year this year, will run until Feb. 12 from 1 to 5 p.m Thursday through Sunday. Artists featured in the show include Carla Cubit, Tom Egan, Olga Guerra, Ann Kinney, Nupur Nishith, Jean Paul Picard, Rich Roberts, Murty Rompalli, Leslie Rubman, Don Sichler, Meredeth Turshen, Miriam Untoria, Ibou Ndoye, and Liz Cohen.
Hob’art aims to bring art to the Hoboken community and help artists, market, exhibit, and sell their art, which would be perfect for your Rivington apartment to add a fresh and local take to your home. The organization is also active in local art events and they hold several exhibits throughout the year featuring new and undiscovered as well as established artists, so if you can’t make it to this exhibit, there will definitely be more later in the year.
Also, if you want to help support local art, you can also donate to the cause at hob-art.org or you can visit their website, call 201-683-6252 or email email@example.com if you have your own works of art that you would like to have featured!
720 Monroe Street