Friday, October 21st
5pm - 9pm
During OPEN DOORS Gallery Crawl
The #BrownGirlsBarkCrawl is headed back to #Newark just in time for the Open Doors Citywide Arts Festival! Brown Girls Bar Crawl is partnering with Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District for a carefully curated bar crawl, photography tour and live photo shoot! Itinerary to be announced, but grab your ticket now for our second annual bar and gallery crawl in Downtown Newark!
A Music Speaks: Rock the Shot The Exhibition at OPEN DOORS photography will be shooting all you lovelies, so come dressed creatively fly, camera ready and bring your smartphone! Use the hashtags #RockTheShot and #BrownGirlsBarCrawl, we will find your photo and you can be a Lincoln Park Music Speaks social media star! Of course we will still have laughs, drinks & apps and the smartest and best looking bar crawl crowd...EVER!
Your $15 admission gets you a fashionable wristband with access to the happy hour pricing and/or free appetizers that have been arranged at each of the establishments. Please be sure to bring cash to make closing out at each stop easier.
*Men are welcome (Of course!)
*We are beyond excited to see you!
*Why walk when you can crawl?
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Monday, October 17, 2016
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
JOIN LINCOLN PARK COAST CULTURAL DISTRICT and celebrate the culmination of MUSIC SPEAKS: ROCK THE SHOT PHOTOGRAPHY PROGRAM THE EXHIBITION x OPEN DOORS
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in partnership with
Newark Celebration, Newark Arts Council, and Prudential Center with special thanks to
The Newark Times
Thursday, October 20th, 2016
8pm - 11pm
Lincoln Park Pop Up Gallery at
Washington Street Coast Cultural Street, Floor 1
Newark, NJ 07102
An evening of Music, Food, Libation & Photography
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
In honor of the 350th celebration, LPCCD re-launched our humanities program Music Speaks, the free interactive lecture, music and multimedia arts series, is designed to increase Newark citizens' appreciation for literature, art, photography, music, and dance. Leveraging the arts. LPCCD is also abe to educate, inform and empower the community as well as celebrate it. Under the Music Speaks: Rock the Shot events, we addressed the use of technology in art - specifically digital photography - to engage, empower and give a voice to youth and adults in Newark, NJ. Music Speaks: Rock the Shot was activated in three wards - South ward, North ward and Central ward during Saturdays in July 2016. Then, the student photographers obtained field experience at the highly attended Lincoln Park Music Festival weekend, July 29th - 31st 2016 and Halsey Street Festival, September 8th, 2016.
HYCIDE Founder and Photojournalist
Publisher the Newark Times and Managing Director, Studio Creative Group
Official Staff Photographer and Content Manager, Prudential Center
ADDITIONAL EXHIBITION HOURS
Friday, October 21st, 2016
5pm - 9pm
Saturday, October 22nd, 2016
12pm - 5pm
Sunday, October 23rd, 2016
11am - 4pm
Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District, WBGO and United Airelines joined in the City of Newark's Slam Dunk The Junk community clean up on Thursday, October 6th, 2016 in Lincoln Park, Downtown, Newark, NJ. We are more than a festival! We are sustainable community builders and advocates.
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GETTING FIT THE GRASSROOTS WAY! Lincoln Park Supports the Grassroots Foundation's #ROOTSROCKRUN NEWARK
Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District and the Lincoln Park Music Festival team recently supported Mayor Ras J. Baraka, 211 Community Impact and Grassroots Foundation's efforts to raise awareness around healthy lifestyles among youth and adults in Newark, NJ. Held on the morning of The Roots Picnic NYC, Weequahic Park came alive with the sounds of a live band and runners feet hitting the pavement for a 5K run or 1K walk. "The Coast" was happy to be part of the day because it's all about building healthy communities in Newark!
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