Tag Archives: Newark Museum

Creative Escapes in the Garden State

Posted on by Michele Russo, Poetry Coordinator

Keep Your Creativity Alive Over the Summer Essex County This creative escape takes you to Newark, a city near and dear to our hearts.  Head there this coming Thursday July 10th, when The Dodge Poetry Festival will begin a series … Continue reading

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Image to Image: Writing in Response to Visual Art

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This fall, we are inviting New Jersey teachers to join us among one of New Jersey’s most engaging art collections—Grounds for Sculpture, Montclair Art Museum, Newark Museum, Noyes Museum—to take in whatever touches, amuses, delights or speaks to each participant.  … Continue reading

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Giving Thanks for a Successful 2012 Dodge Poetry Festival

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From October 11th through the 14th, the city of Newark was full of people from thirty-four states and several foreign countries who’d come together to celebrate the written and spoken word. During those four days and in the weeks since, we’ve received … Continue reading

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Poetry Friday: Save the Date!

Posted on by Rebecca Gambale

The Board of Trustees and the staff of the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation are pleased to announce that the Dodge Poetry Festival, the largest poetry event in North America, will return to Newark October 11th to October 14th, 2012. The … Continue reading

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Events: Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series

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Saturday is the Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture and the Modern Experience‘s 31st annual Marion Thompson Wright Lecture Series (MTW). It is New Jersey’s largest and most prestigious conference commemorating Black History Month. This year’s program, Beauty and the Black Body: … Continue reading

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Gifts That Will Keep on Giving

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Wendy Liscow, Program Officer I don’t know about you, but as soon as the Thanksgiving leftovers are crammed into the refrigerator, I start to think about two things: sending year-end donations to my favorite nonprofits and tackling my holiday gift … Continue reading

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Nurturing the Artist in the Art Teacher

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By Wendy Liscow, Program Officer Fly: Giver of Life and Light by Judith Harzer Can you remember your first experience with art and feeling creative?  I can still close my eyes and smell the green thick paint that my kindergarten … Continue reading

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