A new documentary by William Paterson University professor Vince Parrillo that’s scheduled to air on NJTV next week showcases Paterson’s thriving art community.
After being cited for not having a certificate of occupancy, the Art Factory filed a lawsuit against the city seeking the court to declare tenants of historic mill buildings do not require certificates occupancies to operate out of the series of buildings on Spruce Street.
The Great Falls is hosting three days of events – a food tasting featuring a variety of ethnic food, a bioblitz, and an art in the park showcase – beginning on Thursday afternoon to celebrate the 100th birthday of the National Park Service.
In a last-ditch effort to continue running programs out of the Ivanhoe Wheelhouse on Spruce Street, the Ivanhoe Artists Mosaic submitted a plan to the city on Tuesday evening proposing to hand over the building to the city’s Grass Roots Cultural Arts Commission while remaining a resident organization.
The Poetry Center at Passaic County Community College is calling on local poets to submit unpublished writings for the 2015 Allen Ginsberg Poetry Awards. Deadline for entry is April 1.
The current occupants of the Ivanhoe Wheelhouse received a letter to either vacate the building or show cause by end of day Friday. The Art group that is currently utilizing the building came before the city council on Tuesday to implore for an extension to the deadline.
The city’s art community kicked off the sixth annual Paterson Artwalk, the largest artistic event in northern New Jersey, on Saturday morning.