Bayonne Soulful Sounds Event Presented by Mayor Davis and Bayonne U.E.Z


Bayonne Soulful Sounds Event, an evening of music and fun presented by Bayonne Mayor James Davis and The Bayonne U.E.Z.

Featuring A FREE event Monday, February 6, 2017 in collaboration with The Donald Byrd Cultural Foundation Sponsored by: “The Soulful Sounds of American Music and Art”

For more information call the Bayonne U.E.Z. at 201-858- 6357

Doors open at 5:00 pm and the fun begins at 5:30 pm with “Rhythm and Brushes” Celeste Banks and Maurice Chestnut will offer the first 20 people a canvas & brushes to paint while listening to music and enjoying tap dancing. Featuring: The Dynamics featuring Doc Watson, The Friendship Baptist Choir, and various guest speakers The Bayonne Museum, 229 Broadway

Sponsored by SUEZ

Bayonne Soulful Sounds concert

Bayonne: Water Colors-   Artists Invited to Exhibit at Bayonne Museum  

Deb Peveler and Lou Segura of All Fit Studios and Beautify Bayonne invite artists of all media to participate in the art exhibit “Bayonne: Water Colors” at the Bayonne Museum, 229 Broadway, on Sat, Oct. 25, from 1-10 pm.

“If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Bayonne has a great story to tell through the arts,” Peveler says. Continue reading Bayonne: Water Colors-   Artists Invited to Exhibit at Bayonne Museum  

Bayonne First Annual Arts and Music Festival Video

Bayonne First Annual Arts and Music Festival June 14, 2013 from River View Observer on Vimeo.

The First Annual Bayonne Arts and Music Festival was held on Friday, June 14th, 2013.
Over a thousand plus people came out to view the Art Exhibits at the Bayonne Museum.
There were also Outdoor Art Demonstrations, Live music and outdoor dining by participating restaurants from the area.
The Bayonne Arts and Music Festival was presented in conjunction with
Bayonne Mayor Mark Smith, the Bayonne City Council and the Bayonne Arts Circle
This is a River View Observer Video

Bayonne’s Art Circle Exhibit’s Opening Reception Postponed Until Monday, February 11, at Bayonne Community Museum


            The Art Circle of Bayonne announced that the opening reception for its February art exhibit at the Bayonne Community Museum has been moved from Friday evening, February 8, to Monday evening, February 11, from 5:00-8:00 p.m. The event was postponed due to the weather.

  The museum is located at the northwest corner of 9

th Street and Broadway.

  This exhibit will include watercolors, photography, acrylics, oil paintings, and mixed media.

             Due to the storm, there will no exhibit hours over the weekend. Following opening night on February 11, the exhibit will be open to the public on the following days:

  Tuesday, February 12, through Friday, February 15, from 5:00 p.m. -7:00 p.m.

            All exhibiting artists are members of the Art Circle of Bayonne.

  It is not necessary to be a Bayonne resident to join the organization.

  Membership in the Art Circle is available for $25 per year.

  To join the Art Circle, please send an e-mail to

[email protected].

            Museum visitors are encouraged to use mass transit.

  The Broadway Bus stops outside the building.

  The Hudson Bergen Light Rail stops a block away at the 8

th Street Station, which is located on West 8

th Street between Broadway and Avenue C.

  Light Rail connects with the PATH system at Hoboken Terminal, and at Pavonia-Newport and Exchange Place PATH stations in Jersey City.







Mayor Mark A. Smith is pleased to announce that the City will host its First Annual Citywide Art Show at the Bayonne Community Museum located at 229 Broadway. The opening reception will be on Friday, April 13, 2012, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Light refreshments will be served. The show will be open to viewers on weekdays, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. from Monday, April 16, through Friday, April 27, 2012.

 All artists who are residents of Bayonne are invited to submit images of their work for consideration to be included in the show. A jury of Bayonne residents headed by Anthony Sienkiewicz, painting instructor at the 4th Street Senior Center Art Club, will judge the entries and choose the works to be exhibited.

“I am very excited about this inaugural show. The exhibition will give the opportunity to Bayonne’s many talented artists to showcase their works in a beautiful setting at the Bayonne Community Museum,” said Mayor Smith. “I invite all artists who live in the City of Bayonne to participate and for everyone to come out and see all of the wonderful paintings, drawings and sculptures created by our own hometown residents.” Continue reading CITY OF BAYONNE TO HOST FIRST ANNUAL ART SHOW AT BAYONNE MUSEUM