In this live talk from Art House Gallery in Jersey City, moderated by Dr. Midori Yoshimoto, on September 22nd, Professor Winifred McNeill provided a walk-through of her current exhibition, The Air and The Space. Click the button below for more information.
(Livestreamed on 8/22/2020) An interactive talk and workshop with Arlene Chico-Lugo and Eric Aviles, co-founders of the Liberation Arts Collective. These critically acclaimed actors/teaching artists/writers have dedicated their lives to the pursuit of stories being told, including roles examining the Latino experience in the United States. For more information about this event, please view our past events at the bottom of our Theatre & Dance Page.
Live streamed on Saturday, August 29th, 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Featuring Bob Kendrick, President of the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum (NLBM) with Brian LoPinto, President of Friends of Hinchliffe Stadium
In 1920, an organized baseball league structure was formed under the guidance of Andrew "Rube" Foster, a former player, manager, and owner for the Chicago American Giants. In a meeting held at the Paseo YMCA in Kansas City, Mo., Foster and a few other Midwestern team owners joined to form the Negro National League. Soon, rival leagues formed in Eastern and Southern states, bringing the thrills and innovative play of black baseball to major urban centers and rural country sides in the U.S., Canada, and Latin America. The Leagues maintained a high level of professional skill and became centerpieces for economic development in many black communities.
The stories of the Negro Leagues are ones of triumph and inspiration. Bob Kendrick is one of the leading authorities on the topic of Negro Leagues Baseball history and its connection to issues relating to sports, race and diversity. He has been a contributing writer for “Ebony Magazine” and the National Urban League’s “Opportunity Magazine.” Brian LoPinto has been a tireless advocate for the restoration of Hinchliffe Stadium in Paterson, NJ.
Join us for a stellar program celebrating the rich history of Black baseball and its profound impact on the social advancement of America.
(Live streamed on 6/27/2020) An amazing program featuring readings and a discussion with five baseball writers, led by Ralph Carhart - author of The Hall Ball. Authors joining Ralph were Jason Turbow - author of They Bled Blue, Anika Orrock - author of The Incredible Women of the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League, Eric Nusbaum - author of Stealing Home, and Brad Balukjian - author of The Wax Pack. For more information about this event, please view our past events at the bottom of our Literary Arts Page
(Live streamed on 6/6/2020) J.M. Kelly read excerpts from his latest book in the Bobby Holmes series for young adults: Monster on the Moors, presented a workshop, and discussed his creative process with NJCU Director of the Center for the Arts, Stephanie Chaiken. For more information about this event, please view our past events at the bottom of our Literary Arts Page
(Live streamed on 5/9/2020) Stephanie Chaiken, Director, NJCU Center for the Arts, moderated a demonstration and Q&A with Joseph Cashore, creator of the acclaimed Cashore Marionettes. For more information about this event, please view our past events at the bottom of our Theatre/Dance page.
Created By: Justin Tinker, Technical Director, NJCU Center for the Arts
This informative video provides classic examples of puppetry, ranging from shadow puppets to marionettes. To see more puppetry, we invite you to the October 10, 2020 performance of Simple Gifts by The Cashore Marionettes.
To purchase tickets, please click the button below. We look forward to seeing you!
In our most challenging moments, even when kept apart from one another, the sharing of music, passion, love, art, theatre, story telling, purpose...can keep us forever together. New Jersey City University's Musical Theatre Workshop offers some joy and hope through the beauty of Alanis Morrisette's "You Learn," inspired by the Broadway Musical "Jagged Little Pill."
Video Editing - Paul Gargiulo.
Singers: Kirsten Ayala, Matthew Bratsch, Simone Briscoe, Jason Concepcion Mora, Marc G. Dalio, Marc Devaney, John DiPinto, Thomas Dougherty, Jonathan Drayton, Ashley Elrod, Kayla Evans, Byron Flores, Ariana Garcia, Jessica Garcia, Moses Garcia, Shari Gil,l Carmelina Glynn, Christine Marie Heath, Jonathan Jarvis, Ashley Leone, Melissa Melendez, Caylen Cara Enriquez Montemayor, AJ Natale, Miriam Navarrete, Kristina Plate, Damon Porter, Jenna Ravenda, Justin Reed, Francis Rodriguez, Alexa Rosado, Stephanie Rosario, Kaileen Santiago, Ryanne Soriano, Gabby Stanowski, Amaya Tillman, Gabriele Valle, Irley Vallejo, Olivia Ventura
Guitars - David Battelene Piano - Marc G. Dalio Kbds - Isaac Ezekiel Del Rosario
Drums - Zach Maccini Bass - Mike Ravenda
Joel Zelnik - Piano Brian Glassman - Bass David Cox - Drums
Saturday, March 7, 2020, 7:00 p.m.
Ingalls Recital Hall
These clips are from a screening of the documentary, "Time Remembered", about the late/great jazz pianist Bill Evans. The screening was hosted by pianist and NJCU Alumnus Joel Zelnik '69 and his trio. They performed a pre-screening concert featuring music of Bill Evans.
Video One: Beautiful Love
Video Two: The Touch of Your Lips