The Café Gallery located in Demarest, New Jersey exhibits work from our students.
Café Gallery is proud to present ...
The Art of Survival
Reception: October 12, 6:00 - 8:00 PM
About the Show:
The Cafe Gallery at the Art School at Old Church, in conjunction with the Center for Hope & Safety is pleased to present The Art of Survival.
Through a program led by Marta Levy, Center for Hope & Safety's Director of Children's Program and Creative Arts Therapist, Bergen County survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault create visual art as a way to express the trauma of abuse.
"The Art of Survival program allows survivors of domestic abuse to discover their inner creative selves while learning new skills, communicating and interacting with other survivors in a group, and offering and receiving support," Marta Levy explains. "The exhibit is important for raising awareness about domestic violence in our communities."
Monday–Friday: 10:30 AM–5:00 PM
Saturday: 10:30 AM–3:00 PM
In the event of inclement weather, please call (201) 767-7160 to confirm hours.
The galleries are wheelchair accessible.
Upcoming Annual Exhibits/Events
Cafe Gallery Submissions
Students and faculty of The Art School at Old Church are invited to submit proposal to exhibit in the Cafe Gallery. To submit a proposal, email Margery Theroux, Gallery Director, firstname.lastname@example.org. A submission form will be forwarded to you with the gallery guidelines. The Cafe Gallery allows for 3-4 shows per year. If your proposal is not accepted, we will keep your submission on file for any future openings.
Salon 561 is an annual salon-style exhibition of artwork created by the members of the Art School's faculty. It is a unique opportunity for individuals to see what professional artists in the Art School community work on outside the classroom.
The Old Church Pottery Show
The Old Church Pottery Show and Sale began in 1975 as a fundraiser for the Art School at Old Church. Long-time friends Karen Karnes and Mikhail Zakin, Art School founder, wanted to bring together their vibrant community of potters with the local community to offer an opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind works of art while supporting the newly-established cultural resource. The show has grown to include up to 30 national and international artists each year, and offers more than 2,000 pots for sale over its three-day span, including functional mugs, dishware and servers, as well as sculptural works. Participating potters are invited to the show based on recommendations by their peers.
Our 47th Annual Pottery Show & Sale will take place online December 3–5, 2021 - stay tuned! Visit oldchurchpotteryshow.org for more information on our 47th Annual Show - participating artists, curators, and the show's history. All proceeds benefit the school.
FROM THE STUDIO CLASSES...
From The Studio Classes is an annual salon-style exhibition of artworks by the Art School students. This highly anticipated exhibition fills the galleries to capacity with a vibrant installation of over 200 works of art, shown in the school's Mikhail Zakin and Café galleries.