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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Final Sketch senior thesis exhibition

Saint Peter's University: Final Sketch Senior Thesis Exhibiton

Opening Receptions
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 Noon to 1 PM Mac Mahon Student Center
Thursday, April 18, 2013 Noon to 1 PM Rankin Hall

Saint Peter’s University
Display Case Gallery

Rankin Hall, 2nd Floor
Fine Arts’ Gallery, Mac Mahon Student Center, Fifth Floor
Jersey City, New Jersey 07306
  showcases Saint Peter’s University’s finest 2013 Graphic Design Seniors. The works exhibited are created in various computer programs such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, QuarkXPress and Digital Photography.

Saint Peter’s University is the Jesuit University of New Jersey. The Display Case Gallery on the 2nd floor of the Rankin Hall and the Fine Arts’ Gallery in the newly opened Mac Mahon Student Center are exhibition spaces devoted to the presentation of student artwork. Saint Peter’s Campus is conveniently located near the Path Trains and can easily be reached by public transportation.

Spring Rain

Saturday April 20th and 27th at 8pm

FREE at Friends Space 340 Summit Avenue Jersey City, NJ 07306

Spring Rain features a performer alone in a storefront window caught in the rain and in danger of drowning. 
A performance about waste, water, consumption, volume, denial and endurance. Created by Laura Quattrocchi with Joshua Bisset.


Sustainable JC Green Drinks for Earth Day

SJC Green Drinks + ART 2013 - Latin Jazz For March & April !!

Busy Grove

April 19:

on the decks: DJ William McCamie, Brit pop eclectic excursion to American indie rock

local band stars PILOT JONES with Pam Gallagher will rock the stage at 6pm!

Bring your cds for autographs!

Jersey City launch of the NOMAD truck:

The carefully curated mobile fashion boutique offers trendy ladies’ fashions for under $100. All inventory is handpicked by Jessie Goldenberg, founder and CEO, who established Nomad after observing the overwhelming success of the food truck industry and the growing trend of pop-up shops.
Nomad will showcase handmade and local designers, as beaded stacker bracelets by NYC based Harmony L, minimalist mixed-metal pieces by local Hoboken favorite hbkco., and flowy printed tops by Ya Los Angeles and Mono B.

“I want to build a (mobile) place where my customers - young, creative women - can have fun shopping without breaking the bank,” says Goldenberg, “A place that is convenient and affordable, inspiring and intimate. And of course there should be good music.”

 Goldenberg, a filmmaker turned full-time fashionista, graduated from NYU Tisch with a slew of production credits under her belt and a whirlwind of ideas in her head. With Nomad, Goldenberg seeks to combine her artistic eye and love of travel to create a fun and novel shopping experience for customers in the region.

Participate in the PAINT VOTE installation,
on the recyclable canvas we offer: a refrigerator !
VOTE / Participate/ you are the city!
We have washable paints, you can bring your markers, brushes.

fridays, 3 -9 pm.
Every friday a different story.