Thinking in Full Color - NJCU West Campus Village
Celebrate Multicultural Awareness Month with NJCU!
Art House Productions’ “In Full Color” is gearing up its run at NJCU and its third season in 2017. "In Full Color" and its educational outreach program are potential models for small nonprofit arts organizations to create jobs for artists as well as continually promote their mainstage programming through profitable supporting satellite performances. The program was founded as a co-production between Art House Productions, one of the most successful small nonprofit arts organizations in Hudson County and New Jersey as a whole, and 68 Productions, an independent theater company founded by IFC director Summer Dawn Hortillosa. This show continues to spark conversations about diversity, prejudice, cultural exchange, mixed race identity and other important topics. This show features poignant and hilarious pieces about everything from the double-edged sword of Indian domesticity and the perseverance of Latina sexuality to exactly what matters about Black lives. This show is free and open to everyone!
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
All guests will need to register and present an ID at the security desk.
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
THE BUILDING IS A NEW NJCU RESIDENCE HALL NEAR WEST SIDE AVENUE AND AUDUBON AVENUE
Take the Light Rail to West Side Avenue and walk to NJCU West Campus Village.
Take a West Side Avenue bus to NJCU West Campus Village.
You can park in Lot 3 on West Side Avenue. The cost is $7.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Can I update my registration information?
Feel free to update your registration if necessary.