Newark Arts Festival is in full swing and this weekend they invite you to celebrate “The Year of The Woman”. There are numerous reasons why you should participate in the Newark Art Festival and one of the biggest reasons is it bridges cultures and open up doors for introspective conversations on the world around us to be examined. The arts are simply a creative learning tool that you should appreciate.
From October 10th – 13th the festival will host an array of exhibitions, workshops, and parties that salute the dynamic essence of a woman. We’re excited to introduce 3 male artists who will be curating and headlining their own artistic showcase in celebration of this year’s theme. If you’re looking for a cool cultural experience we encourage you to visit the
On October 12 at 7p.m., join Newark Arts, Newark Symphony Hall, theatre artist Daryl L. Stewart + an all female ensemble of performing artists in a celebration of music, poetry, prose, dance and theater honoring the power, the strength, the magic and the spirit of women. Hear Her Roar: An Evening of Performance Art will feature classic excerpts and dramatic readings as well as dance, theatre and music performances honoring the works of artists like Nikki Giovanni, Toni Morrison, Ntozake Shange and Maya Angelou and more. Hear Her Roar is a one night only event and is part of the official 2019 Newark Arts Festival. Developed & Directed by Daryl L. Stewart.
Black Women Are… is mixed media experience curated by six black male creatives honoring black women during the 2019 Newark Arts Festival. The Year of The Woman is upon us, RyArMo Photography Studio is paying homage to our black queens with THE COLLABORATION of all collaborations featuring the following creatives: Najee Anglin @NMAateampromo, Marquis Taylor @SketchEffect,
As part of the Newark Arts Festival, EvoluCulture Arts Entertainment
presents its second installment of the #LetArtistsBe Poetry Slam (a.k.a L.A.B Slam 2). 10 poets were chosen to compete in a three-round bout with the third round including a live band performing with the poets. The winner will receive a $500 cash prize.