HOBOKEN -- Despite the hurricane, Hoboken’s artists – and art lovers – will prevail.
Next weekend, Nov. 17 and 18, Hoboken will hold its annual art studio tours. During the free event, visitors can stop into homes, businesses, lofts, and restaurants around the city to enjoy visual art, music, dance, and all other artforms, sometimes right in the spot where the art is made.
The event is co-sponsored by Mayor Dawn Zimmer, the city of Hoboken, the Monroe Center for the Arts, and the Hoboken Reporter.
Hotspots will include Hoboken City Hall, the Barsky Gallery at 49 Harrison St., the Monroe Center for the Arts at 720 Monroe St., and Mackey Blue and the gallery at 1200 Washington St., D’s Soulful Café at 918 Willow, the Historical Museum at 1301 Hudson, and Tresorie Custom Framing at 1204 Washington St. Over 100 artists will participate.
A map will be available on the City Hall website, hobokennj.org, on Thursday, Nov. 15. Also check the site for transportation information and updates.
You can also call 201-420-2207 or 239-6639 for information. Also, watch hudsonreporter.com and next weekend’s paper for more coverage.