Celebrating and Strengthening Arts Since 1994

Pro Arts Jersey City is a professional membership community dedicated to advancing and promoting artists and their work.
Pro Arts started in 1994 with a call to the artists of Hudson County to work together toward the promotion of the visual arts and the advancement of the rights, welfare and economic well-being of professional artists. In 2018, we are grateful to business sponsor Panepinto Galleries and space sponsors IECC Casa Colombo and Nimbus Dance works. We also thank our members, friends, interns, and other sponsor partners, which include the Hudson County Office of Tourism & Cultural Affairs, Mayor Steven Fulop, The JC Municipal Council, Division of Cultural Affairs, Jersey City Arts Council

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This year Pro Arts presents the work of SIXTY artists across TWO venues and ONE cross-disciplinary collaboration!

Our goal of $1,000 will help defray the cost of both Pro Arts shows.

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“Professional Practices and Legacy Planning for Artists”

Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Annunciation Center, College of Saint Elizabeth (CSE) 2 Convent Road, Morristown, NJ 07960
6:00 – 7:00pm: Refreshments, Upper Lobby
7:00 – 9:00 pm: Panel, Dolan Performance Hall, Lower Lobby
Panelists: Kathy Battista, Ginny Butera, Mary Dinaburg, Saul Ostrow, Bryan Faller
All Welcome--Please RSVP: artgallery@cse.edu
The panel is co-sponsored by: Art Legacy Planning, CSE’s Art Department & Therese A. Maloney Art Gallery, Morris Arts, Pro Arts, Studio Montclair

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Salons 2018

Pro Arts Jersey City presents Salons 2018.
Each group determined by zip code rather than medium, worked collaboratively, consulting with a Curatorial Advisor twice throughout the collaboration period to engage in conversations about development of their work.

Exhibition Runs: Sept 4-29, 2018
Venue: Watchung Arts Center, 18 Sterling Road, Watchung, NJ
Artists Reception: Sunday, September 9, 1-4pm
Curator: Michael Endy

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