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Re: ART150 Artist Collective Announces Group Exhibition
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We're working on that. In the meantime go to: https://www.facebook.com/150baystreet/ and @art150jc where you'll see of the artists showing. And check out this: https://www.facebook.com/150baystreet/videos/161497977996717/

Hope to see you there.

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Do you have a link to an online listing of artists for the exhibit and links to their art online sites?

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ART150, a collective of over 20 artists living and working at 150 Bay Street, the historic landmark building in the heart of downtown Jersey City’s Powerhouse Arts District (PAD), will hold a public group art exhibition the weekend of May 5th & 6th, 12:00-6:00 PM

ART150 represents the fulfillment of the promise of what the Jersey City Powerhouse Arts District was originally intended to represent. Despite the loss of many of the original historic structures that formed the basis of this vibrant Jersey City arts community, there remains a strong core of individuals devoted to the neighborhood and committed to supporting the continued growth of the arts in Jersey City. The ART150 exhibition grew out of that commitment.

The ART150 Exhibition is made possible by the generous help and support of the following: GFP Real Estate; Jerry’s Artist Outlet, West Orange, NJ, offering an unparalleled selection of products and services; The Jersey City Arts Council (JCAC), committed to supporting and advocating for the existing artists and arts organizations across all artistic disciplines; The City of Jersey City’s Office of Cultural Affairs, a proponent and advocate for the arts in Jersey City, providing opportunities, resources, and education for artists of all disciplines; and in partnership with Mayor Steven M. Fulop and the Jersey City Municipal Council.

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