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Lyndhurst, NJ 07071
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Arts & Museums
This non-profit center for contemporary art features monthly exhibitions and auctions of paintings and sculptures created by local artists.
Come to the Newark Museum to immerse yourself in a world of art, beauty and innovation. Exhibits are not restricted to fine art but also include installation art and artifact exhibits. Besides the quintessential features of a museum, the Newark Museum goes a step further to make your experience extraordinary. From a well-equipped library open to the public by appointment to curator-led museum tour podcasts that can be downloaded from their website, the Museum endeavors to take the visitor on a great trip. It also conducts art appreciation workshops for kids and adults.
This gallery specializes in oil paintings, lithographs and engravings, and also offers a variety of imported paintings, as well as custom framing services.
Founded in 1845, this historical society operates a museum, a library and archives that are dedicated to collecting, preserving and interpreting the intricacies of the rich cultural, political, social, and economic history of the state of New Jersey.
Since 1961 this gallery has showcased a wide range of original art, including paintings, sculptures, and graphics by the best of regional and international artists.
This gallery offers a variety of exhibits of fine art to the public free of charge; a variety of styles and media are represented at the various exhibitions.
This gallery showcases a wide array of African American art, with a collection that includes oil paintings, lithographs, posters, decorative ceramic plates, and much more.
Walk the deck of the 900-foot (274-meter) aircraft carrier Intrepid, best known for its role in World War II, and witness thought-provoking exhibits on aviation as well as deep sea and space exploration. Tour a submarine and take a virtual flight, in addition to viewing vintage and modern airplanes parked wing to wing. The interactive programs and events are designed for all ages and guarantee an educational yet fun experience. The stunning interiors and the panoramic views on the outside make The Intrepid a must-visit.
Built in 1914, the Montclair Art Museum is housed inside an architecturally stunning heritage building that entices visitors with its portico and neo-classical columns. The art collection is one of the most comprehensive in the region, and art lovers are assured an interesting time here. A massive hall with natural highlight can be hired by corporates for luncheons, seminars and private parties. Check website for more on the collections as well as upcoming events and exhibitions.
Having served the area for over twenty years, this gallery hosts rotating exhibitions of art in a variety of media and styles, and offers custom framing services.
La Boîte, the brainchild of chef Lior Lev Sercarz, dealing exclusively with spices and biscuits, is located in Manhattan's Hell Kitchen neighborhood. The inception of La Boîte began dates back to 2006, when Sercarz created a range of French biscuits. His travels around the world enabled him to get acquainted with various spices. Finally in 2011 he could boast of his own store where visitors can purchase not only his creations but also imported spices. But this place turned out to be more than just a spice and biscuit shop, it also functions as an art gallery with a rotating collection of works on display.
The Visual Arts Gallery in Chelsea near the Starrett-Lehigh building, is a modern art facility. It has a vast area including four cutting edge galleries. You could also venture onto the terrace...or do a little sight seeing as the gallery overlooks Lower Manhattan and Hudson River. The Visual Arts Gallery is one of a kind because it allows outstanding students to sell their work along side famous artists.