A Love Letter to Count Basie: From The Great Migration to The Harlem Renaissance
This exhibit is the first time the Count Basie collection has been shared publicly since its 2018 acquisition by the Institute for Jazz Studies, the world’s foremost jazz research center, located on the campus of Rutgers University – Newark. Read more here.
Dr. James Parker Legacy Room
The Parker Family Legacy Room will hold a permanent exhibit featuring a family of medical doctors and educators — These extraordinary and beloved family left a cherished legacy. Coming early Winter of 2021. Sponsored by Monmouth Medical Center/RWJ Barnabas Health.
Johnny Jazz: A Man & His Music - Exhibit & Documentary
A look at Johnny Ralph 'Johnny Jazz' Gatta Jr., a NJ butcher and lover of Jazz Music who made a mark on the jazz world and his community.
Afrofuturist Design: From Ancient Dogon to Wakandan Futures
An exploration Afrofuturism as a framework for exploring and understanding issues related to race, gender, class and other social identities while expanding representation in science fiction.