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Windows of Soul: Stockton Street Needs Your Art!!

10641033_10152831952141967_4559132867471407981_n Windows of of Soul is back! We’re looking to cover the boarded up windows of vacant properties Stockton St, Trenton NJ with inspiring artwork! Help us do it by submitting your art, then come to the event to celebrate! Please Contact Us if you would like to set up a time to bring art to the studio. Click to learn more about the Windows of Soul Initiative »

THE NOTHING IS COMING

IMG_20140530_231300What happens when the New Jersey state capitol’s most notable, prolific visual artist stops giving a fuck? You get….THE NOTHING!

Featuring….

Uncanny Visual art by: WILLIAM G KASSO
Lyrical Graffiti by: BLACK COLLAR BIZ & HUSTLE EMCEE
Turntableizm by: DJ ITSJUSTAHMAD

Gallery 219
July 11th 2014
6pm-10pm

Read More about it here »

Underachievers are Back…

1512043_10100368814395039_1444814475_oIt’s time for round 2 with the Underachievers, Mek and Ras. These two dope artists will showcase their work at Gallery 219 on Friday, May 16th from 6 – 10pm. Both these artists are now leaders in east coast graffiti. Mek for his wicked burners and illustrative style, and Ras for his mastery of portraits. This show is going to be the best of the best.. nothing less.  ItsJustAhmad will be spinning and Kasso will be curating. Don’t miss it!

Soul of the Message is Back!

sotm2014flyer_webA few months ago, we invited artists to come paint the hallways of our building and the walls of the gallery. We got a great response, and we’re gonna feature all the work in this year’s Soul of the Message show. This is the 4th year of Soul of the Message, the original SAGE exhibition, and each year it brings in the Spring with a new burst of creativity. This year we have the twisted visions of Chelsea Perron, ENOS1 on the spray-cans, next-level pieces by Hardwork Artwork, and more.. It all goes down April 11th. Be there! More info here »

Art Kebabs

1538760_10152166865384610_812583072_nThis March we’re doing a show at the Kebab House, a great Mediterranean place around the corner from the SAGE HQ. Fun fact: Back at the Trenton Atelier, where SAGE Coalition was formed, we used to get the left-over cooking oil from the Kebab House and distil it into bio-diesel, which we used to heat the shop. Now it’s time to return the favor. On Friday, March 14th, we’re curating an exhibit at the Kebab House featuring the awesome work of artist Jamaila Hernandez. We hope to bring some business to this fine establishment, and some attention to Jemaila’s beautiful work. Read more about it here »

The ART HAMMER Never Misses

ArtHammerFlyer2SideWebRicardo Barros is setting up a show for next friday, Dec. 13th. It’s a photography exhibition all about street art shaping society. Read more about it here »

Black Friday Artistry

BlackFriday2FlyerWebHey all, we’re throwing a Mixtape Release Party on Black Friday (Nov. 29th) to raise money for High Grade Artistry, the album from our own Black Collar Biz, the tour, and the experience we’re about to unleash in 2014. Come out, party and contribute a little something to the cause. Doors open at 9pm. More info here »

An opening you can’t refuse!

made-men-flyer-webWe’re putting on a show with local graffiti legends Vicious Styles Crew, and if you don’t want the side of your house or car to be tagged ya better be there. The opening is on August 6th, 6-10pm at Gallery 219. More info here »

National Night Out BBQ

NNOflyer-webOn August 6th come on over to the Gandhi Garden and enjoy some music and a bite to eat. SAGE has joined forces with ISLES and TDA to put on a free community BBQ. It’s part of National Night Out, a nation-wide night out against crime. We’ll have food, a live local band: Rough House, ItsJustAhmad at the DJ booth and Black Collar Biz Hosting the show. It’s all going down in the Gandhi Garden at 223 East Hanover St (Next to Gallery 219). Everyone’s welcome!! More information here »

My Goodness it’s Luv-One!

mg-flyer-webThis July we’re showcasing the work of street artist and aerosol muralist James “Luv-1” Kelewae. The show is called “My Goodness.” Why is it called that? Maybe because there will be so much goodness at the opening.. great art, live music by The Blackout Kings, food and wine, what else do you need? It all kicks off July 12th at 6pm. Read more about the artist and the event over here »