A feature on the vibrancy and resilience of Newark’s art scene in a moment of uncertainty.
Artist German Pitre spoke with State of the Arts about his practice and the exhibition, “The Glamorous Life.”
Michelle Bui spoke with CBC Arts about the presence of flowers in her practice. Her work, Happy Like Doris Day, 2018 (in the image, artwork to the right) is currently featured in Object Lessons, a group exhibition in the Box Gallery, Paul Robeson Galleries at Express Newark.
“Sometimes consuming food is a pedestrian act, but sometimes it’s a social and political one.”
In advance of Newark Arts Festival, Tap Into Newark spoke with PRG Director/Curator Anonda Bell.
New Jersey Stage covered Kevin Blythe Sampson’s forthcoming talk with Renée Stout at Express Newark.
Hyperallergic spoke with Hyphen-Labs about their project, NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism, on view in the Main Gallery exhibition Mirror Mirror.
The Brooklyn Rail reviews PRG Artist in Residence Ceaphas Stubbs solo show, Phantom Limb.
This video feature from State of the Arts includes insights from the exhibiting artists.
The Brooklyn Rail reviews the exhibition, Resistance Across Time.
Taped at the Newark Museum, Caren King Choi, Gallery Manager and Education Coordinator at the Paul Robeson Galleries at Rutgers University, discusses Paul Robeson’s legacy and how the galleries’ mission to support arts education throughout the community.
“I Might Be Next: Jerry Gant & Bryant Lebron” explores the theme of police brutality against Black people.
James Wilson, a Newark born-and-raised artist, currently has an exhibit on display at Rutgers Newark’s Paul Robeson Galleries featuring sketches he has done while riding the PATH or subway trains.
When activist and artist Clark Stoeckley took his WikiLeaks truck to support Chelsea Manning during nearly two years of trial proceedings, he noticed the media wasn’t paying attention, so he sketched everything he saw.
The Paul Robeson Galleries at Rutgers University in Newark to feature the Datascapes exhibit, featuring art where data serves as it’s inspiration.