Unique paintings, prints, jewelry, artisan clothing & bags, photographs, drawings, ceramics and woodwork will be available for purchase.
Susan Amann, Susan Antin, Lisette Bedoya, Dana Benner, Jean Best, Jim Brady, Courtney Brancato, Dominique Brancato, Adrian Collazo, Celia Connaire, Tracy Coon, Dally’s Mom, Damien Dodds, Leslie Floyd, Victor Fuentes, Andrea Gianchiglia, Mackenzie Grace, Lisa Hirsch, Keiko Inouye, Bernard James, Isabel Lacouture, Casey Lynch, Gina Marquardt, Valerie Martin, Michelle Ortiz, Victoria Ramirez, Irrix Screen, Helen Stubbs, Linda Tokarz, Margaret Turner, Bob Yurochko
Four of New Jersey’s most exceptional artists will be painting at the festival. Come by and enjoy the process! Leon Rainbow, Aldo Sanchez, Alejandro Medina, and Leo Alban.
Children’s Art Workshop
Create your own T-shirt
The Day de DaDa Collective
Demos by Frontline Arts, Claymore Vets, and Center for Contemporary Art
Day de Dada will be at this year's Arts on Division event on 9/11/22 with the following performance:
Perfect Moment at Arts on Division
On Sunday, September 11, 2022, join Day de Dada Performance Art Collective at Arts on Division for a PERFECT MOMENT, an interactive event that gives festival-goers the opportunity to share a perfect moment from their lives (real or imagined). Free - All are Welcome.
Frontline Arts is a 48-year-old socially-engaged arts nonprofit, working in papermaking and printmaking. Our specialty is the transformative process of making handmade paper from military uniforms with our flagship program, Frontline Paper. Through public workshops, this handmade paper creates a platform for veterans and non-veterans to come together and share stories, providing a “new language,” and much needed discourse between veterans and society. In casual drop-in sessions, on college campuses, in community centers, at pop-up street corner workshops, and at VA and military hospitals, Frontline Paper artists teach the art of papermaking and printmaking to veterans of all service eras. We have also adapted this model to the Scrubs Paper project, using healthcare workers' scrubs and garments since the beginning of the pandemic, and the Migration Project, working with immigrant communities across NY and NJ. Across all of our programs, we use craft to discover commonalities and accept differences between communities, to help foster social bonds and promote positive change.
Located in Bedminster, The Center for Contemporary Art strives to provide a vibrant, contemporary cultural center through arts education, exhibitions and community partnership that will inspire creativity and enhance people’s lives. The Center’s galleries feature renowned and up and coming regional and international artists in exhibitions that rotate every 8 weeks. Classes, workshops, and seminars support creative development for artists of all ages, in all visual media. Community partnerships help bring the arts to Veterans, people affected by cancer, folks in addiction recovery, youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and others for whom the arts might not be immediately accessible. At the Fall Festival, The Center will be showcasing its ceramics program and inviting attendees to participate in a giant community built coil pot!