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Betty Zinefest 2017

Express Newark
54 Halsey Street, Newark, New Jersey
Saturday October 7th, 11 AM – 4 PM

New Jersey’s only Zinefest is back for its 2nd installment!

Presented by The Bettys, Gallery Aferro, and Women’s and Gender Studies at Rutgers University-Newark

This years fest will be hosted at Paul Robeson Galleries in Newark, NJ

All interested applicants can apply at https://goo.gl/forms/zJS3g7U8SBE9HbzD2

Flyer by Jordan Moss ( instagram.com/__jinx )

♥ ♥ MUCH MORE INFO SOON ♥ ♥


OS Fall 2017 Promo

Gallery Aferro Open Studios for Newark Open Doors

Gallery Aferro’s Open Studios is a great opportunity to experience a cross section of art making in Newark. This Open Studios is especially exciting as it features 6 new artists in residence including our 3rd Sustainable Arts Fellow Mary Valverde, our first ever writer-in-residence Lori Roper, and Masakhane, an organization-in-residence in our Community Book Room.

Additional artworks on display include Dominique Duroseau’s solo exhibition Black Things in White Spaces, Evonne Davis’ solo exhibition No Words, Activate: Market Street 14 featuring Agnes Deja, Jo-El Lopez, and Julie Ann Nagle, Elevator Music 4 featuring John Pugh and much more!

The mission of Gallery Aferro is to bring cultural education and aesthetic engagement with contemporary issues to all people equally, and to create an environment where artists can gather and share physical and intellectual resources. We are working towards an arts community that is available to everyone, without sacrificing standards or quality of experience.

Artists listed below will have their studios open to the public.

Patricia Cazorla & Nancy Saleme
Evonne Davis
Mia Duran
Dominique Duroseau
Anne Dushanko-Dobek
Gilbert Hsiao
Valerie Huhn
Hal Laessig
Tasha Lewis
Jacob Mandel
Masakhane
Anne Q McKeown
Julie Ann Nagle
Lori Roper
Kern Samuel
Yoland Skeete
Michelle Suriel
Natalie Suriel
Nicole Suriel
Amanda Thackray
Mary Valverde, Gallery Aferro’s 3rd Sustainable Arts Foundation Fellow
Ken Weathersby
Emma Wilcox
Juno Zago

Cover image features artworks by Mia Duran, Kern Samuel, and Valerie Huhn.