The set up — natural light, a fan, grey background and an old Halloween mask from Party City. The location — a small room in the back of the studio in Rankin Hall.
In honor of Black History Month, the works of four famous African-American individuals are being recognized for having inspired and shaped black culture into what it is known today.
New York is known for gigantic pizza slices, extravagant shops on Fifth Avenue and streetwear fashion to die for. But what is most exciting are the secret pop up shops and exhibits curated just for you.
From John Ford’s Western “The Searchers” to Yasujiro Ozu's “Tokyo Story,” one Saint Peter’s professor’s love of movies has broadened the knowledge of his students and their appreciation for what they see on the big screen.
Looking beyond the platform, New York-based artist Daryl-Ann Saunders discovered a unique nightlife throughout subway stations. Capturing the sights with her film and digital camera, Saunders created “From Here to Where,” a two-part photography series.
In the loud and cramped but homey Tea NJ, a Jersey City coffee shop, local writers gather on the second and fourth Thursday of every month to “reveal themselves.” Artwork from local talent is proudly displayed on the walls as spectators stand shoulder-to-shoulder to stomp, clap and encourage…
Jersey City is well-known for its diverse community, culture and history. There are many landmarks that truly define what the city represents. But, there is one building that has defined the arts for decades and continues to do so today --The Loew’s Theatre.
Whatever you do, don’t put Maya Varadaraj— or her art— in a box.
Efforts to put Jersey City’s art culture on the map continues.
The Argus Eyes Drama Society at Saint Peter’s University hosted a dark comedy -- emphasis on dark -- that is peculiar, completely nonsensical and dysfunctional, according to Matthew Blumensteel, president of the Argus Eyes Drama Society.