Tuesday, September 6 - Saturday, September 29
In our Galleries
Artists' Reception Sunday, September 11 1:00-4:00PM
Heinz W. Otto Gallery: "Cuba: Watching and Waiting" curated by Nancy Ori
Lower Gallery: “Celebrating 95 Years” - Robert Harnick
Saturday, October 15, 8pm.
Inspired by many genres such as bluegrass, folk, jazz, blues, and country, The Woodford Brothers perform great original songs and a variety of covers that may take you by surprise.
Friday, October 21, 8pm.
Rio Clemente with Jerry Weldon
New Jersey’s own jewel of the jazz world open our "JaZZ in the Gallery" series, joined by tenor saxophonist Jerry Weldon.
Sunday, October 23, 1 - 3p.m.
Children's Juried Art Exhibit: Opening reception
24th Annual Children’s Juried Art Exhibition recognizes the budding talents and creative potential of young artists. The mission of the show is to encourage artistic development in children by providing an opportunity for the display and appreciation of their work outside home and school.
Saturday, October 29, 8pm.
"The Millennials: Sunshine and Music" - A Benefit Concert
Benefit performance for the Sunshine Kids Foundation and the Watchung Arts Center
Six teenage piano prodigies will join hands to benefit the Sunshine Kids Foundation and The Watchung Arts Center. Featured performers are Kelsey Lee and Yulia Kuzniar, students at Summit High School; Corinne Au currently attending Millburn High School; Kingston Ho, from the Academy for Allied Health Sciences in Scotch Plains; Sammi Powell who attends Newark Academy; and Andrew Hong from Governor Livingston High School. All the youthful performers are students of Beatrice Long, an esteemed piano pedagogue and concert artist. .
Saturday, November 12, 8pm.
Vocalist Sandy Sasso brings her “Little Big Band” to the Watchung Arts Center
Saturday, November 19, 8pm.
Singer/songwriter, Chip Mergott, plays his original tunes as well as some familiar covers .
Saturday, December 10, 8pm.
Marty Eigen, Fred Fischer, Stephen Fuller, Flip Peters
Amani means “peace” in Swahili. The group was formed to share the concept of peace through music, performing for people of all ages, races, and religious affiliations.