Category: Press Releases


Press Releases by and about the Madison Arts and Culture Alliance.

Friday Lunchtime Lenten Organ Recitals at Grace Church Madison

Friday Lunchtime Lenten Organ Recitals at Grace Church Madison

Grace Community Music offers lunchtime organ meditations throughout Lent, beginning February 19, and running through March 18.  The recitals begin at 12:15 following brief (5 minute) noonday prayer, and end at 12:45.  Drinks and dessert are provided after each performance. Local caterer Chef Loryn will provide a selection of wraps and sandwiches for $6 purchase after each concert. The concerts Read More

THE BLACK MARIA FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS TO MADISON

THE BLACK MARIA FILM FESTIVAL RETURNS TO MADISON

The Black Maria Film Festival’s 35th Anniversary Festival tour, returns to Madison, New Jersey at the Madison Public Library, 39 Keep Street, on Friday night, February 19th at 8:00PM.  The presentation will be in The Chase Room, and is sponsored by the Madison Arts and Cultural Alliance. The program features a collection of the Festival’s award-winning short films including animation, narrative, Read More

METC presents Looking at New Jersey: The Arts & Crafts Movement and How it Changed Our World


The Museum of Early Trades & Crafts (METC) will present Looking at New Jersey: The Arts & Crafts Movement and How it Changed Our World by Dr. Helen Schwartz on Sunday, February 7, 2016 at 2 p.m. at METC, 9 Main Street, Madison, New Jersey. This program is free and open to the public with paid admission to METC. Space Read More

The Choral Music Intensive ensemble at Drew University

The Choral Music Intensive ensemble at Drew University

The Choral Music Intensive ensemble at Drew University will perform Music for Women’s and Men’s Choruses on Sunday, January 31 at 5:00p.m in the Concert Hall at Drew University. The program will include works by Amy Beach, Pavel Chesnokov, Michael Haydn, Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, and others. Also featured will be two works by award-winning composer Matthew Harris, Object Lesson based on the poetry of Octavio Paz, and Read More