SOL Studios - Summer Program
The simple idea that many young urban artists pursuing a serious interest in fine art are not afforded the community identity, the home support and/or the studio work space to create at the level necessary to develop a true artist portfolio.
SOL Studio's mission is to engage young artists in developing ways of talking about their work and to encourage them to explore what is unique about their individual creativity, their culture and their place in their artist community.
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ESKFF would like to recognize Mana Resident, Reda Abdel-Rahman for his unique Egyptian artwork.
Visit his space on the second floor of Mana Contemporary, room 281.
Images to the left include works done in his residency as well as works in progress.
May Resident Showcase
At the end of every residency, Eskff hosts a showcase inviting galleries looking for emerging artists to engage in the artists we push to grow. Through this interaction, our artists gain exposure and potential representation. As well as enjoying a night full of excitement and good friends.
The Camara Family
"Social ME dia"
A two-week residency program where Fatima and her four brothers; Mo, Kassidy, AJ, and Moust, collaberated to create an installation reflecting social and the influence it has on relationships and body image.
Join The Underground
It is our pleasure to invite you to the opening and closing ceremony of our 2016 Spring Residents, celebrating their work produced during the ESKFF Residency Program. The following artists have collaborated in composing a group show of finished works:
Gabriele Grones / Elisa Bertaglia / Klimentina Jauleska Vasilev / Miryana Todorova / Joaquin Goldstein / Antoni Maznevski
Undercurrent Projects Gallery
215 East 5th Street
New York, NY 10003
Opening reception Saturday, June 11 6-9PM
Closing reception Sunday, June 12 6-9PM
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ESKFF JuneBug Auction Benefit
June 25, 2017
ESKFF's annual fundraiser, the JuneBug Auction Benefit was hosted by Novado Gallery in Jersey City. The food and drinks were sponsored by local restaurants. The first Eugene Award in Art and Humanities was presented to Mayor Fulop! ESKFF is proud to have a strong supportive community in Jersey City!
April 26, 2018
ESKFF's annual fundraiser-- Spring Into Art Benefit Celebration was hosted WildChild Content. The event activities included wine, food, raffles, and find the jewel! The community came together in support of the ESKFF educational and residency programs.
This years collaboration with Gary Lichtenstein Editions launched the first print series with Jane Dickson's Chrysler Building., signed and numbered by the artist.
Spring Into Art Benefit Celebration!
May 4, 2018
It is ESKFF's honor to present the annual Eugene Award for the Arts and Humanities to Jersey City Council President Rolando Lavarro Jr.! The event took place at Mana Contemporary. We celebrate Rolando in conjunction with Asian American and Pacific Islander month for his presence and commitment to the arts community and leadership in Jersey City!