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Title Hoboken Gallery Walk. This Sunday! 2-6 pm. [November 9, 2014]
Object Name Map
Catalog Number 2014.002.0026
Collection Hoboken Arts & Artists Collection
Credit Museum Collections.
Scope & Content Hoboken Gallery Walk. This Sunday! 2-6 pm.

Map with 11 keyed locations for art and related activities.

Cardstock, printed full color, 8-1/2" x 11" wide. Two copies.

A special issue of this guide to coincide with the Hoboken Artists' Studio Tour, Sunday, Nov. 9, 2014. (see archives 2014.002.0025). Eleven locations are listed.

The guide was part of an ongoing promotion of 3rd Sundays: Hoboken's monthly gallery walk (see notes for description found at The Hoboken Historical Museum was a participant.

The Hoboken Gallery Walk is a community-based collaborative effort supported by the City of Hoboken, organized to revive the local arts scene and encourage new audiences for exciting group exhibitions and art projects. Gallery walks like this one help cultivate a local sense of culture and art appreciation, while teaching to collect art for the home, business and investment.

The art gallery walk occurs on the third Sunday of each month from 2 to 6 pm. Galleries and art spaces around Hoboken participate in the festivities. With special events and receptions in a coordinated tour de force, 3rd Sundays highlight the work of local, regional and international artists. You will find a wealth of fantastic art in spaces whose atmospheres range from sophisticated to funky. Our galleries are open to the public, so whatever your taste in fine art, you are sure to find something you love. Refer to the What's New section for the latest happenings at participating galleries and the map for gallery locations.

©2014 Hoboken Gallery Walk | Website created by: Albert Barsky | 3rd Sunday's Coordinator: Lena Marchese.

Date 2014
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Search Terms Hoboken Gallery Walk
Caption Hoboken Gallery Walk (Nov. 9, 2014)
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Classification Art
Business & Commerce
Cultural Activities
Government & Politics
Social & Personal Activity
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