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Winners of “Every Mask a Blank Canvas” Art Competition

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Winners of “Every Mask a Blank Canvas” Art Competition

Hoboken Historical Museum Announces Winners of “Every Mask a Blank Canvas” Art Competition 
Kudos to co-winners Paul Leibow and Noreen Heslin, and runners up Lily Zane and Joan Vergara  As a part of the Hoboken Historical Museum’s “Collecting Hoboken” project to document the community’s experience of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Museum invited local artists to transform disposable face masks into one-of-a-kind artworks and submit them to the Museum for a future exhibition: “Every Mask a Blank Canvas.” Artists were asked to use the standard disposable face masks found at most drug stores, and to transform them with the art media...

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Local Artist Designed T-shirts for the Hoboken Relief Fund

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Local Artist Designed T-shirts for the Hoboken Relief Fund

Small Businesses Team with Local Artists to Create T-shirts Supporting the Hoboken Relief Fund Solid Threads, an online creative clothing company founded in Hoboken, NJ, is offering a lineup of t-shirts featuring original artwork by seven artists to support the Hoboken Relief Fund. Created in collaboration with the “H-Parade” by Main Street Pops, a Hoboken-based pop up programming company, this one-of-a-kind series of t-shirts combines stylish local flavor with an important charitable cause. Each limited edition t-shirt features the artwork of a Hoboken artist designed within the city’s iconic H logo including work by Andrew Drilon, Chesleigh Meade, Brittany Vogel, Ricardo...

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Hoboken Historical Museum Launches Contest for Hudson County Artists

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Hoboken Historical Museum Launches Contest for Hudson County Artists

Hoboken Historical Museum
Launches Contest for Hudson County Artists:
“Every Mask a Blank Canvas” 
$250 prize awarded for best artwork created on standard disposable face masks—no cost to enter!
 Deadline: June 15  The Hoboken Historical Museum is inviting all Hudson County artists to transform standard disposable face masks into one-of-a-kind artworks and submit them to the Museum for an upcoming exhibition: “Every Mask a Blank Canvas.” Artists should use new, unworn standard disposable face masks found at most drug stores, and may submit more than one entry. One work of face mask art will be selected to win a $250 prize.Submissions should...

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Hoboken Library's Creative Corner

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Hoboken Library's Creative Corner

Hoboken Library's Creative Corner—Calling all artists! You are invited to share your artwork with the library community. The Hoboken Library's Creative Corner is an outlet for people to creatively express themselves during this difficult time. Chosen submissions are posted to our Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter platforms on Wednesdays throughout the month.Submissions of 2D artwork will be accepted in the JPEG, PDF, and PNG formats including photographs. Hoboken Library Creative Corner is open to adults aged 18 and older. Our only ask is that you kindly refrain from submitting pieces that contain violence, nudity, and/or profanity.Submit your artwork to us by email at mihaela.colibasu@hoboken.bccls.org. Please...

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TRANSFORMATIVE Online Art Show

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TRANSFORMATIVE Online Art Show

  ONLINE ART SHOW: TRANSFORMATIVE Picturing Life After the Pandemic Showing online: April 30 – May 31, 2020 SPONSORED AWARDS:$250 Gift Certificate to Right Angle Framing HobokenBasic Image Capture ($50.00 value) at Wholesale Artist Giclée$25 Gift Certificate to the Hoboken Historical Museum, HobokenHandcrafted Soap Gift Pack from Salvation Wellness, Jersey City$10 Coupon for art supplies from Wholesale Artist Supply JURORS:Al Barsky, founder and curator of Barsky GalleryAaron Boucher, co-founder of Field ColonyKristin J. DeAngelis, Curator/Art Dealer/Art Educator DURING THIS TIME OF CRISIS have you noticed that art is a key element is sustaining people? As an artist, what are the transformative...

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