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JC Fridays on March 3rd features Art Exhibitions, Open Studios, Live Music Performances, and More




February 27, 2023 by New Jersey Stage


Art House Productions announces the lineup for their upcoming JC Fridays on Friday, March 3. Jersey City’s premiere quarterly arts festival will showcase a variety of happenings free to the public including visual art exhibitions, music performances, studio tours, and more hosted at local businesses, galleries, and arts organizations. Visitors are encouraged to travel place to place to discover art and to support the local arts scene. Full event listings and the event map are available on the JC Fridays website.

JC Fridays is a seasonal multi-arts festival featuring arts-related events that take place in all 6 wards of Jersey City. All events are free and open to the public. As one of the preeminent art scenes in the tri-state area, Jersey City is abound with visual and performing artists of all types, musicians, and individuals with unique talents. JC Fridays is one of the best times for them to share their newest projects and works.

Printable event listings can be found here. An interactive map is available online to help patrons easily find artists and venues and create their own schedule.

The Current Lineup Includes: 175 2nd St., &CO, X Rita Jimenez Collab, the Art House Gallery, Bill Rood, Bruno Nadalin, Drawing Rooms, Dvora Art House, Elevator Open Studios, Evening Star Studio, Grayscale Studios x Golden Light Poetry, Green Pear Heights, Guaicora Studios and The Juice Box, Hamilton House, Irma’s Cafe, McGinley Square Pub, NJCU, The Oakman, Outliers Gallery, Pro Arts Jersey City, Project Greenville, Saint Peter's University, Sharon (sharex) Sinton, SMUSH Gallery, Speakeasy Studios JC, The Statuary, Theda Sandiford, & More!

Additional events are added to the lineup daily. To list an event on the JC Fridays website, please visit www.jcfridays.com/sign-up.


JC Fridays Highlights by Neighborhood - March 3rd, 2023


The Heights

Green Pear Heights -

93 Franklin Street, Jersey City, NJ 07307

Lauren Sansaricq - Landscapes

Friday, March 3, 5:30pm-9:30pm

Green Pear Heights invites you to experience Lauren Sansaricq’s visual arts exhibit Landscapes. This exhibition features landscapes exposing beauties of the Hudson Valley. Miss Sansaricq received academic training in drawing and painting at the Grand Central Academy of Art in NYC.


Bergen-Lafayette

Grayscale and Chill in collaboration with Golden Light Poetry

430 Communipaw Ave unit D-4D, Jersey City, NJ

Friday, March 3, 6pm-9pm

Grayscale and Chill in collaboration with @goldenlightpoetry is an Open Mic night, art show, and shopping event with 10 available open mic slots for any live art medium. Guests will be able to shop with local JC vendors, view art from multiple local artists, and take photographs in Grayscale's gorgeous Studio A while networking and creating connections that could last for a moment or a lifetime. Light refreshments will be served!


Greenville

Good To Be Back Home

128 Winfield Ave, Jersey City, NJ 07305

Project Greenville

Friday, March 3, 4pm-7pm

After recently being invited to host a show in Downtown Jersey City, it's good to be home again; and Project Greenville welcomes everyone back to Greenville at their Winfield Avenue location! Come visit their turn of the century home on Friday March 3rd during their annual indoor, salon-style group art show with live music and neighborhood treats from local Greenville businesses. Check out Project Greenville on social media for full lists of participants!


Historic Downtown

Fabric Rope Making Workshop

150 Bay Street Studio 231, Jersey City, NJ 07305

Theda Sandiford

Friday, March 3, 6pm-8pm

Learn to use old textiles or scrap fabric and turn it into rope. The process is easy, slightly addictive, and most definitely meditative. Join Theda Sandiford in making rope for an installation at Governors Island in the Summer of 2023 which is about hair. Materials will be provided.


Journal Square

Tiny Scenes of Everyday Things and More

755 Montgomery St, Jersey City, NJ 07306

McGinley Square Pub

Friday, March 3, 6pm-10pm

Check out this amazing art collection at McGinley Square Pub. Each artist captures a specific medium of common activities or feelings of living in an urban environment. Items are renditions of feelings or emotions creating a unique interactive experience for each participant.


West Side

Firoz Mahmud: Early Episodes II Exhibit

100 Culver Avenue, Jersey City, NJ 07305

NJCU Visual Arts Gallery

Friday, March 3, 4pm-7pm

This solo exhibition of mixed media works on paper by Bangladesh-born, New York-based artist Firoz Mahmud, engages his cultural and political heritage, touching on themes like war and conflict, legacies of the Bengal region, and dreams of immigrant families in new lands. Most of these works depict the social past, evidence of things left behind, Islamism, history, myth, and beliefs of the past.


Art House Productions is committed to accessibility and inclusivity in all the public programming presented by our organization. A list of wheelchair accessible events can be found here: www.jcfridays.com/blog/categories/wheelchair-accessible

Art House Productions is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization committed to the development and presentation of the performing and visual arts in Jersey City, NJ. Art House Productions presents theater, performing and visual arts festivals, arts events, visual art exhibitions, and adult and youth art classes. For more information about our programs, please visit www.arthouseproductions.org or stop by the Arts Center at 345 Marin Boulevard in Jersey City. Follow on social media @arthouseproductions @arthouseprods To sign up for Art House's mailing list, please click here: http://eepurl.com/hd1FCj.

Art House Productions is generously supported by The New Jersey State Council on the Arts, Public Funds from the Jersey City Arts and Culture Trust Fund, The Jersey City Arts Council, The Princeton Area Community Foundation, SILVERMAN, KRE, CoolVines, The SVOG, The New Jersey Theatre Alliance, and The Hudson County Office of Cultural Affairs. A full list of funders can be found on their website.

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