Arts & Entertainment

3rd Annual Paterson Art Walk June 11th 10am-10pm

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3rd Annual Paterson Art Walk June 11th 10am-10pm
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The Paterson Arts Council is presenting its Third Annual Art Walk Saturday, June 11th from 10am to 10pm Rain or Shine. It’s a one-day collaborative exhibition tour of over 200 local, regional, and international artists and curators. Enjoy music, fine arts, and children’s activities all centered in Paterson’s Historic District at the Cianci Street Park, home of the Lou Costello Memorial. The Art Walk’s focus is to provide an innovative opportunity for everyone to experience the energy of site-specific and other temporary art installations in the newly-designated Paterson Great Falls National Historical Park. Many of the participating sites are within walking distance to the Great Falls, and feature many of Paterson’s finest early twentieth-century architecture.

This is a FREE event.  Walking maps are available at each of the locations and at the Art Council’s website. Note: Some of the listed venues have changed since June 2010.

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During your visit, please make it a point to stop by the Silk City building, a/k/a the North Jersey Credit Union building with its beautiful lobby at 126 Market Street, corner of Hamilton Street, 4th floor (elevator & restrooms available). Parking is close by around the corner on Hamilton. Please come and say "hello" to my group of six (2010’s map Venue #11)!

http://www.patersonartscouncil.org/paterson-art-walk.html.  

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