26th Annual Hoboken Artists Studio Tour

10/20/2007 Reminder:

Reminder that the Studio Tour is tomorrow. Here’s another example of some of the work, this time from Mike Rohner. His work can be seen at 722 Hudson St. #2.

Enjoy!

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Read more about it after the jump.

10/18/2007:
This Sunday, October 21st marks the 26th anniversary of the Hoboken Artists Studio Tour.

Over 100 artists in over 25 different venues will be displaying their works from 12-6pm.

The main venues will be the Monroe Center, City Hall, DeBaun Auditorium, and the Neumann Leather Building. There are many more locations set up throughout town.

You can click the Hoboken City Link here, which gives a little information: http://www.hobokennj.org/html/hservices/cultural1ast.html

A good place to start is at City Hall, and pick up a tour map with a directory of the artists.

This is a great time to check out the local art scene, meet many of the artists, and do something different for a change. The whole tour is FREE and many of them have wine/cheese etc. Think of what a glass of wine at each studio at each location, for free, can do for you! I’d recommend not mixing too many different kinds of wine, however, you’ll be hurting the next day for sure!

Here’s a couple of artists that wish to feature their websites. They’re in the Neumann building. I’ll be adding more to this list as I get them. Looks now like the weather will be ok, so there should be no excuses!

http://www.artisticspecimen.com
http://rodaism.com/

See some pictures from last years tour after the Jump.

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10/16/06 Update:

Did anyone make it out to the Artists Studio Tour?

It was admittedly tough to take a break for a few hours from Sunday football, but I had enough with the curse mother nature has put on football fans the past few Sundays with the beautiful weather. No more guilt!

Certainly was a nice walk around town. You got to see the interiors of these historic structures, meet great local artists, have some wine, and even listen to a couple bands!

I didn’t buy anything this time, but I have some I might be interested in the future. What were your experiences?

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30 Comments on "26th Annual Hoboken Artists Studio Tour"


road
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road
8 years 11 months ago

[quote comment=”49388″][quote comment=”49372″]Would it have killed them to have a map posted online?

I went to the city hall webpage for it, and there’s nothing.[/quote]
Public versus private sector. There’s no search for excellence or real accountability. In private industry you are rewarded for being resourceful and ambitious. In the public sector, you just don’t make waves. So what are the consequences of not posting a map for a citywide event? Unhappy constitutents? This mayor and administration have never been accountable about anything, small as this, or large as flooding or parks. All they care about is the cashflow, from our exorbitant taxes, for their family and friends. Everything else is just talk. Lack of an online map and lack of a real plan for flooding are demonstrations of the very same lack of public responsibility and governmental malaise.[/quote]

extremely well-put, dosomethingright!! further, the “official” hoboken website is so obsolete, most things are not updated, and who’s accountable?? city hall is run like goodfellas, their work ethic credo: “never rat on your friends, and always keep your mouth shut”. accountability? please….. hallelueha for artists who bring beauty, style, individuality and intelligence to this town (although all i see lately are barbie and ken dolls, with an occasional cousin skipper–ok, that’s kinda prejudice, but why do people insist on looking and talking exactly like one another??)…, and hooray for hoboken411!!!

dosomethingright
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dosomethingright
8 years 11 months ago

[quote comment=”49372″]Would it have killed them to have a map posted online?

I went to the city hall webpage for it, and there’s nothing.[/quote]
Public versus private sector. There’s no search for excellence or real accountability. In private industry you are rewarded for being resourceful and ambitious. In the public sector, you just don’t make waves. So what are the consequences of not posting a map for a citywide event? Unhappy constitutents? This mayor and administration have never been accountable about anything, small as this, or large as flooding or parks. All they care about is the cashflow, from our exorbitant taxes, for their family and friends. Everything else is just talk. Lack of an online map and lack of a real plan for flooding are demonstrations of the very same lack of public responsibility and governmental malaise.

Easy-E
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8 years 11 months ago

What a pain in the ass.. It took a while to find it.

You can download the map here:

nj.com/hudsoncountynow/index.ssf/20...artists_open_their_studio_door.html

Easy-E
Member
8 years 11 months ago

Would it have killed them to have a map posted online?

I went to the city hall webpage for it, and there’s nothing.

homeworld
Member
8 years 11 months ago

Is there a map of the tour and what the venues are anywhere? I can’t find it online and there’s nothing in the Hoboken Rreporter except for a banner that says the tour is the 21st.

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