The Monroe Center Open Studio Day is back Sunday, Feb. 26 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m.
During the quarterly event, the Monroe Center for the Arts’ tenants – artists, artisans, photographers, vendors, musicians and more – open their doors to other creative souls and art lovers in Hoboken and its surrounding areas.
On Sunday, 60 artists and vendors housed in vacant studios on all five floors of the center will be participating.
Highlights: – 720 Creation Station, the first Monroe Center artists’ village. Artists include Ivan Petrovski, Vincent Zambrano, Kris Dulfer, Andrea Kroenig, Monique Sarfity and Jordan DeLiso.
– The recently-opened hob’art cooperative gallery, featuring work by members like president Liz Cohen and gallery director France Garrido as well as 57 other N.J. artists.
– Musicians can bring their instruments for an open jam session in Studio E-408.
– Dani Fiori of “Sweet Dani B,” resident cookie expert at “The Martha Stewart Show” will be at Urban Arts, Studio E-206, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
– PUSH, the Tri-State Art and Music Festival, will be held in Studio C-304.
Admission is free.
The event will take place at the Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe St., Hoboken. Free parking is available; the center is located opposite the Congress Press contacts:
Creative Director Godfrey Pereira at (201) 795-5000 ext: 200.