HOBOKEN — A new monthly art event, “3rd Sundays: Hoboken’s Monthly Gallery Walk,” will kick off next Sunday, April 15, with a tour of 10 galleries and art spaces around the Mile Square City, all within walking distance.
The event, similar to the annual fall art studio tour that draws thousands of art lovers for a whole weekend to the city, is meant to feature the places where art is displayed and marketed in Hoboken.
Every third Sunday, sponsored by the city, the event will include special events and receptions from 2 to 6 p.m., focusing on the the work of local, regional and international artists.
You can walk on your own schedule, or participate in a free guided tour featuring galleries on the east side in April and west-side galleries in May.
The tour kicks off from Lana Santorelli Gallery, 628 Washington St., at 2 p.m. on April 15 and again on May 20.
To take the guided tour, RSVP to email@example.com by 12 p.m. on Friday prior to the tour you’re interested in.
Free maps are also available at each of the participating stops. They are: the -- BAMA Gallery, 946 Bloomfield St.; Barksy Gallery, 49 Harrison St.; Gallery 1200, 1200 Washington St.; Hoboken Historical Museum’s Upper Gallery; 1301 Hudson St.; Tresorie, 1204 Washington St.; Lana Santorelli Gallery, 628 Washington St.; Right Angle Downtown at 320 Washington and Uptown at 1108 Washington St.; PVS Galley, 49 Harrison St.; and the nonprofit hob’art, at the Monroe Center for the Arts, 720 Monroe St., E208.