Monday, September 21, 2009

"The Importance of Being Authentic" Video Screening, Panel Discussion, and Closing Reception Saturday, September 26, 2009 2-6pm


Last Day of E10
Aljira Emerge 10 Exhibition

Video Screening, Panel Discussion, and Closing Reception
Saturday, September 26, 2009
2-6pm

"The Importance of Being Authentic"
Video Screening and Panel Discussion: 2-4pm
E10 Artists: Michael Paul Britto, Brendan Fernandes, Roxana Perez-Mendez, and Jaye Rhee
Moderator: Guest Curator Sara Reisman

Do you think authenticity is important to the visual arts? If art provides the possibility for imagination, how can creativity and authenticity be reconciled?

Join E10: Aljira Emerge Exhibition Guest Curator Sara Reisman and E10 artists Michael Paul Britto, Brendan Fernandes, Roxana Perez-Mendez, and Jaye Rhee for an opportunity to view recent videos and performances on video not in the current exhibition and participate in a lively dialog.

E10 Closing Reception: 4-6pm
Light refreshments
Music by resident DJ Curator and surprise guests

(Image, top left: Roxana Perez-Mendez, Mi y Mi Gente, 2009, Model truck, digital video player, and mixed media (detail), Dimensions variable

Aljira, a Center for Contemporary Art, is located at:

591 Broad Street
Newark, NJ 07102-4403

Tel: 973-622-1600
Fax: 973-622-6526
TTY 1-800-852-7699
E: info@aljira.org

Gallery Hours

Wednesday - Friday
12pm - 6pm

Saturday
11am - 4pm

Directions to Aljira

BY RAIL

From Manhattan: Take the PATH train to Newark Penn Station or New Jersey Transit from New York Penn Station to Newark Penn Station.

From within New Jersey: New Jersey Transit buses and trains to Newark Penn Station are available from various locations in the surrounding region. For schedule and fare information call (800) 772-2222.

Aljira is about a 10 minute walk from Penn Station. Exit the station by the doors labeled Raymond Plaza West. You will be on Raymond Boulevard. Walk west to Broad Street, cross the street and turn right. Walk approximately 3 blocks, Aljira is located in the next block on the left.

BY CAR

Garden State Parkway North or South: Take exit 145 to Route 280 East towards Newark & Harrison. Once on Route 280, stay in the right lane and continue to exit 14 for Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard. Take the exit to bottom of ramp and turn right onto King Boulevard. Take King Boulevard to Central Avenue. (St. Michael’s Hospital complex will be on your left). Turn left onto Central Avenue. Turn right at the fourth traffic light onto Broad Street. Aljira is on the right in the next block.

NJ Turnpike: Take Exit 15W to Route 280 West. Go over the drawbridge and exit at 15A. At the light, turn left onto Broad Street. Continue on Broad Street for about 3/4 of a mile. Aljira will be on the right just past Central Avenue.

Route 21: Route 21 becomes McCarter Highway in Newark.

Traveling North: At the junction of McCarter Highway and Raymond Boulevard, turn left onto Raymond Boulevard. Stay on Raymond Boulevard to Washington Street (two blocks past Broad Street). Continue on Washington to Central Avenue and turn right on Central Avenue. Turn right at the second light onto Broad Street. Aljira is located in the next block on the right.

Traveling South: Make a right turn onto Bridge Street. At the traffic light, turn left onto Broad Street. Aljira is located on the right past Central Avenue (before New Street).

Holland Tunnel: Routes 1& 9 South (Pulaski Skyway): five miles from the Tunnel, take the exit to Newark and the Oranges, onto Raymond Boulevard.

Stay on Raymond Boulevard to Washington Street (two blocks past Broad Street) Continute on Washington to Central Avenue and turn right on Central. Turn right at the second light onto Broad Street. Aljira is located in the next block on the right.

Lincoln Tunnel: Follow signs to New Jersey Turnpike South. Take Exit 15W to Route 280 West. Go over the drawbridge and exit at 15A. At the light, turn left onto Broad Street. Continue on Broad Street for about 3/4 of a mile. Aljira will be on the right just past Central Avenue.

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