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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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Artwork by Paul Leibow in The Port Authority Public Art Gallery Displays through September

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Artwork by Paul Leibow in The Port Authority Public Art Gallery Displays through September

This August, Leonia artist Paul Leibow, will have his work—recent paintings with a few works on paper along with two Lithographs done in Tamarind Institute from his Feel Licks series in The Port Authority Public Art Gallery Displays in New York City.

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2019 Spring Showcase Artist Talks

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2019 Spring Showcase Artist Talks

HobokenArts 2019 Spring ShowcaseArtist Talks withSebastian McLaughlin • Paul Leibow • Bryant Small Saturday, May 11, 2019, 1-3pm Project Studios GalleryNeumann Leathers Factory2nd Fl., Bldg. H300 Observer Hwy.Hoboken, NJ 07030 Sebastian McLaughlinStarting us off is Sebastian McLaughlin—an artist from the seaside town of Buncrana in the northwest of Ireland currently residing in Jersey City.He studied fine art in Ireland at Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT) and National College of Art and Design (NCAD), before emigrating to the U.S. in 2010 to pursue a career in the arts in New York City. During his journey here he has had solo exhibitions, numerous group...

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