The Clifton Arts Center is Closed to the Public until Further Notice
March 4th – March 28th, 2020
“World Travel in Art” - An Exhibit & Sale
Clifton Association of Artists
Reception: Saturday, March 7th, 2020 1pm-4pm
This year’s theme by the Clifton Association of Artists showcases a variety of art media such as oil, acrylic, pastels, photography and watercolor from amateur and professional artists. The artists are exploring the world through art and highlighting their travels. The journey of travel is a discovery. There is real power in travel. It is two sided – it helps us by giving us a reciprocal experience to connect to people and culture, which can help to make us kinder to each other.
April 8th – April 25th, 2020
“Unleash Your Inner Artist”
Clifton High School Students
Reception: Wednesday, April 15th, 2020 6pm-8pm
May 20th ~ September 5th, 2020
“Reaching for the Moon & Beyond”
NASA and Kennedy Space Center
DNC Parks & Resorts at Kennedy Space Center
Reception: Wednesday, May 20th at 5pm
September 23rd – October 24th, 2020
“Comic Book Art, Auto Racing Art & Aviation Art”
Joel F. Naprstek
Reception: To Be Announced
November 4th – December 5th, 2020
“A Season in Paint”
Painting Affiliates of Northern New Jersey
Reception: To Be Announced
Sunday, March 22, 2020
“Fly Me to The Moon with Jazz Music”
Jazz Drummer, Mike Luipersbeck & Trio Peter Greco & Ron Naspo
Time to Be Announced
As the new decade begins, The Clifton Arts Center is excited to present "An Art Partnership" by the Tuesday Painters, with sculptural works by Mike Bertelli.
The Tuesday Painters are a co-op of local New Jersey & New York artists who meet & create on Tuesday mornings.
This exhibit opens Wednesday, January 29th and runs Wednesday - Saturdays
1:00PM to 4:00pm. A Reception will be held Saturday, February 8th 1:00pm TO 4:00PM.
The Clifton Arts Center is excited to present “Craft & Comfort” by The American Sewing Guild, North Jersey Chapter. A Reception will be held Saturday, November 16th, 1-4pm.
The works on display showcase the many ways fabric can be fashioned into items that bring comfort to both the creator and the recipient.
“People, Place & Purpose” was an art exhibit and sale by the Blackwell Street Center for the Arts and Sculptor, Judith Peck. The artists share their individual visions of the world - the people and places within it - and the passion of purpose in creating the sculpture and wall art on display.
Blackwell Street Center for the Arts, is celebrating its’ 35th year this year. BSCA was founded in 1984 by a group of Morris County artists who In 1989 adopted the name Blackwell Street Center for the Arts. In 1996, Blackwell Street Center for the Arts became a "cyber gallery" on www.blackwell-st-artists.org. The group members encompass a diverse mix of style and media. The members of the group who are exhibiting at the Clifton Arts Center are Linda Aldrich, Peggy Dressel, David Gruol,
Mary Guidetti-McColl and John Power.
Please Note: Exhibits & Schedule may change
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