ArtYard is an art gallery, film center, performance space and artist residency based in Frenchtown, New Jersey, an hour and a quarter’s drive from Manhattan and Philadelphia. Programs include art exhibitions, screenings of rare independent films, conversations with visiting filmmakers, live music, our very own Poetry Confessional, festivals and more. Artyard is an incubator for creative expression and a catalyst for collaborations that reveal the transformational power of art.
Now showing through April 8th, Truppe Fledermaus & The Carnival at the End of the World, an exhibition featuring the works of the collaborative artist duo Kahn & Selesnick. Curated by Mike Carroll of the Schoolhouse Gallery, Massachusetts, this exhibition offers a series of immersive and intricate chronicles of a drowning world.
For calendar, event tickets and more information, visit artyard.org.
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