Greenville Art Walk: Black History Month
Presented by Jersey City Theater Center

Greenville Art Walk: Black History Month

Cherry's Lounge
All Ages
Join us for another Greenville Art Walk this month to celebrate Black History Month!

Greenville Art Walk is a monthly art series and gallery popup events in 2020 every first Sunday featuring art exhibitions in storefront spaces along Martin Luther King Drive and other areas in the community as part of the Stories of Greenville and spearheaded by Jersey City Theater Center.

Through Stories of Greenville, JCTC spearheads a multidisciplinary arts project designed to bring exposure to Greenville artists – including visual artists, filmmakers, writers, poets, musicians, dancers and performers – by creating a series of workshops, events, educational programs and performances in one of Jersey City’s oldest but most vibrant neighborhoods.

Curated by Atim Oton

Art Walk Begins:

CHERRY’S LOUNGE, 102 Martin Luther King Drive Local artist D.Tunia will be showing. National Career Institute will be recruiting for its Construction Training classes.

MARTHA'S BOUTIQUE, 207A Martin Luther King Drive Greenville Artists

MYRTLE MARANATHA MARKET, 213 Martin Luther King Drive Artist Janhavi Firke

BRICK STREET REALTY, 307 Martin Luther King Drive Group art exhibition and a film on Natural Hair by Ibn Sharif Shakoor

QUA'S CREATIVE ART CENTER, 520 Ocean Avenue Lorenzo Pickett

BRICK STREET REALTY, 520 Ocean Avenue Greenville artists

HAROLD LEMMERMAN GALLERY at NJCU, 2039 John F. Kennedy Blvd The exhibition, Neighbors Far and Near: Ibou Ndoye, will be on view in the Harold B. Lemmerman Gallery on February 2, from 2 to 5 p.m, with artist talk from 2:30 p.m. and painting workshop from 3 p.m. to 4 p.m.


Venue Information:
Cherry's Lounge
102 Martin Luther King Drive
Jersey City , NJ