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Join Jersey City’s Art and Studio Tour (JCAST) for art, music and performances this fall. From October 3 – 6, 2019, the city will be filled with tons of arts-related activities and exhibits. Enjoy more than 140 open studios, gallery shows, dance and musical performances, mural tours, and so much more. JCAST is a festival that underscores Jersey City’s importance as a center of the arts in New Jersey; especially as cultural spaces continue to grow in every neighborhood.
The JCAST website, is the main resource for the weekend’s activities. It includes a robust interactive map, calendar of events, and downloadable walking tours. The online map is filled with an incredible array of artwork that will meet any art lover’s taste. Many participating venues feature special entertainment like art demos, musical and dance performances, plus stuff for kids.
Visits can also take a curated tour of the event. Experience Jersey City’s vibrant neighborhoods with a trusted guide who will give you an insider’s peek to art and special finds throughout the weekend.
JCAST is presented by Bank of America and made possible by Mayor Steven M. Fulop, the Jersey City Municipal Council, and the Jersey City Office of Cultural Affairs. Special thanks to JCAST Partners, including the Jersey City Economic Development Corporation and the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism. JCAST 2019 Sponsors include Goldman Sachs, GFP Real Estate & Art150, and ParkShore.
Get ready to celebrate the heart of art in New Jersey—Jersey City during JCAST. For more information, visit thejcast.com.
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