Special thanks to Investors Bank.org for their support for our Award winning programs this season.
September 04, 2017
ArtsPRunlimited, Inc., announces our Newark Italian Emigration in the 1920’s. with “organized labor” (Amazon.com) + Book Signing with Daniel P Quinn. Weds. 9/13/17 at 7pm with Express Newark in the spectacularly renovated Hahne + Co., building. We include SACCO & VANZETTI on the 90th Anniversary of their execution in Boston and local history in Newark as well. Express Newark is at 54 Halsey St, 2nd Fl, Hahne & Company complex. Special thanks to Express Newark, a Rutgers University-Newark Collaboratory, for co-hosting our 9/13/17 audio and discussion event.
Daniel P Quinn will be reading “Quintillion’s Quintet 4 Newark” which will be featured + published in Red Wheel Barrow # 10.(2017). Those dates are Sept. 29th GainVille Café and also on Oct. 4th, 2017 at William Carlos Williams Ctr. with other authors in Rutherford, NJ. Mr. Quinn’s work has have been published by Red Wheelbarrow anthology in 2016, and 2015.
Xian Zhang, Music Director – Jan 13, 2018 at 7pm with GEORGE LI pianist. Mr Li wowed us at the Orchestre de Lyon concert at NJPAC in 2017. He will be the exciting soloist again in Prokofiev’s Piano Concerto No.3 with the NJ SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA. We are offering $250- (50% is a charitable donation to Fractured Atlas). Patron tickets will include a reception at NJPAC for our group.
May 17, 2018: Showing of Nikon France Film Festival Award winning film: “Je Suis Tunisien 2045” Morris Museum Bickford Theatre. We expect to offer a panel on Tunisia as part of this program as well. Exploring and honoring the Nobel Peace Prize for Tunisia. 7pm at the Bickford Theatre.
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Projected plans that need sposnsors for 2018-19 include an art exhibit by Italian artist Antonio Masini from Potenza, Italy ( (Basilicata).
We also are working on a Opera program honoring Maria Jeritza who premiered works by Richard Strauss, Giacomo Puccini, and Leos Janacek in Vienna and The Met. Jeritza later retired and lived in Newark for 40 years. Much of her career was covered in The New York Times.