Artists’ Studio Tour

Sun. Nov. 5, 2017

Figurative Painting by artist Lou Carbone

Noon to 6 PM

A Free City-Wide
Walking Tour

of Artists’ Studios,
Galleries and

Group Exhibitions

Featuring the work
of over 100
local artists

Hoboken Art Tour Guide is available in the
Oct. 28th issue of the Hoboken Reporter
as a special 12 page pull-out section.

Or click here to download PDF.

or you can pick up a copy of the
the guide & map in the lobby
of Hoboken City Hall on the day of the tour
(located at 94 Washington St. bet. First & Newark St.)
Just 3 blocks from all public transportation
including PATH, NJ Transit buses,
NY Waterway Ferries
& Hudson Bergen Lightrail

Even though there are many locations,
the tour is designed so that you can easily walk
from studio to studio, gallery to gallery. Since Hoboken is only a mile square, every site is convenient to the next.
As diverse as the art itself, the tour’s popularity draws artists far beyond the banks of Hoboken. You will see art in many forms, representing an exciting variety of mediums. Visitors will have a chance to meet the artists, photographers, sculptors and artisans and witness the creative process at work. Even poets, musicians and performance artists will be on hand to make your day a memorable one.

For further information,
call Geri Fallo at (201) 420-2000 Ex. 5100
or via email at:


Check out “Plastic Storm” by artist George Sabra
on Sun. Nov. 8th at City Hall. “Plastic Storm,” created by Austin-based artist George Sabra, is a 14-feet-high storm funnel made of reclaimed plastic bottles, cups, jars, and caps collected in Austin which represents the massive “storm” of plastic waste generated by humans on a daily basis. “Peace Makers” are four human form sculptures made of discarded dead tree branches found in Boston.