Here’s a look back at the biggest local stories of 2015 brought to you by Baristanet:
“The Trip: Andy Warhol’s Plastic Fantastic Cross-Country Adventure,” tells of a road trip Warhol took from NYC to LA in 1963.
Were you one of the over 1000 people who attended?
A day-long celebration on September 12!
Stavitsky has served as curator for the Montclair Art Museum for the past 21 years.
Leah Fox has been appointed MAM’s first director of the Vance Wall Art Education Center.
Bust a move to music by a ’90s Tribute Band and DJ Gabriel Levy.
The first major survey of US art made between the fall of the Berlin wall and 9/11.
Free museum admission, live music, fun activities, a full-service bar, and great food to enjoy.
Talking about the upcoming “Come as You Are” exhibit and more.
Biggers is an interdisciplinary artist who works in film/video, installation, sculpture, music, and performance.
Susan Striker, the author of the best-selling Anti-Coloring Book® series, is the guest speaker.
To commemorate the Civil Rights Act of 1964, MAM explores quiltmakers from Alabama.
Inspired by food trucks, the MAM Art Truck dishes out art to the community. Look for it at the parade.