Curated by: Dorie Dahlberg
On September 22, 2022 at 9:03PM the sun will hover over the equator and cut our earth into two equal halves. There will be 12 hours of daylight & 12 hours of night making light and time equal. Before we slowly turn toward the darker days of an approaching winter, let’s focus on the balance of these two forces even if it’s for only one day.
The artwork selected for this exhibition expresses balance, compositional symmetry, equilibrium, equality, statis. All exhibitors are members of Pro Arts Jersey City.
Exhibition dates: September 3 – 25, 2022
Artists Reception: September 9th during JCFridays, 6:00-9:00pm
150 Bay St, 2nd Floor, Jersey City, NJ
Wheelchair ramps and elevator entrance located at the corner of Provost and First Streets
Josephine Barreiro, Kim Bricker, Guillermo Bublik, Robert Cadena, Stella Chang, Sunny Chapman, Aaron Dunkel, Andrea Epstein, Jim Fallon, Edward Fausty, Jim Fischer, Susan Evans Grove, Ann Hjelle, Caridad Sierra Kennedy, Megan Klim, Robert Kosinski, Candy Le Sueur, Laura Lou Levy, Terry Lively, Beatrice Mady, Kevin McCaffrey, Andrea McKenna, Rajendra Mehta, Charlann Meluso, Alpana Mittal ‘Tejaswini,’ Jean-Paul Picard, Elinor Dei Tos Pironti, Lucy Roveto, Vincent Salvati, Daryl-Ann Saunders, Leslie Sheryll, Francisco Silva, Karen Starrett, and Charles Trott.
About the curator
Dorie Dahlberg received a BFA from Rutgers University, with a drawing/printmaking concentration. She attended graduate school at Pratt Institute & completed an MA in Education Administration at St. Peter’s University. For 25 years, Dahlberg was an art educator in Newark Public Schools. She has exhibited intaglio prints and mixed media works on paper but in recent years has concentrated on analog and digital photography. Dahlberg has shown her photographs in the US and Europe, winning several awards. She is a regular exhibitor at PH21 Photography Gallery in Budapest and has been included in the Chania Photography Festival, Greece 2021 & 2022. At present, Dahlberg is an adjunct professor at New Jersey City University and Co-president of Pro Arts Jersey City.
This event is part of JC Fridays, a free city-wide arts festival of Art House Productions. www.jcfridays.com