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Event Calendar

Tuesday, September 5 - Saturday, September 30
In our Galleries

Artists' Reception Sunday, September 10, 1:00-4:00PM

Heinz W. Otto Gallery: UNEXPECTED: What is a Painting? - curated by Gail Winbury and Paul Pinkman

Lower Gallery: Reverie of Colors - Indira Servaia

Sunday, September 17, 2pm.

Artists Panel Discussion on the exhibit "What Is Painting?"

Free --- Open to the Public

Saturday, September 23, 8pm.

Special Event: Chip Mergott & Alan LeBoeuf - "Homecoming"

$16 in advance, $20 ( $10 for students) at the door.

Watchung Hills Regional High School alumni, Chip Mergott and Alan LeBoeuf, appeared at the Watchung Arts Center during our first season. With a long list of musical credits, Chip, who toured with Bonnie Raitt's band, and Alan, Beatlemania's Paul McCartney and member of country/western banc "Baillie and the Boys", return to the WAC as a duo in a pre-season kick-off to our 40th concert year.

Wednesday, October 4 - Saturday, October 28
In our Galleries

Artists' Reception Sunday October 15, 1:00-4:00PM

Heinz W. Otto Gallery: "Connections XIX" - Unique Vision Workshop, curated by Katherine Wagner

Lower Gallery: "Black onWhite - Ross Wagner

Friday, October 6, 8pm.

JaZZ in the Gallery: Rio Clemente

$18 in advance, $22 ($20 for WAC members, $10 for students) at the door.

Opening our 40th season is the "Bishop of Jazz", pianist RIo Clemente.

Saturday, October 21, 8pm.

JaZZ in the Gallery: Alexis Morrast

$18 in advance, $22 ($20 for WAC members, $10 for students) at the door.

16-year-old Plainfield resident, Alexis Morrast, 2017 "Showtime at the Apollo" winner, presents an evening of jazz vocals. The opening act for the evening will be “Amani”

Saturday, October 28, 8pm.

JaZZ in the Gallery: The Everly Set: Sean Altman & Jack Skuller Approximate The Everly Brothers

$18 in advance, $22 ($20 for WAC members, $10 for students) at the door.

In 1957, teens Phil and Don Everly supercharged the vocal sound of Rock’n’Roll with the sparkling harmonies that influenced The Beatles, Simon & Garfunkel, The Beach Boys, The Hollies, and the Bee Gees. Now, acclaimed NYC singer-songwriters and Everly devotees Sean Altman & Jack Skuller recreate that sound presenting hits such as Bye Bye Love, Wake Up Little Susie, All I Have To Do Is Dream, When Will I Be Loved, and dozens of other Everly hits and rarities.

Saturday, December 9, 8pm.

JaZZ in the Gallery: 14th Annual Holiday Concert featuring "Amani"

$18 in advance, $22 ($20 for WAC members, $10 for students) at the door.

What better way to celebrate the season of “Peace on Earth, Goodwill to Men” than with the music of “Amani”, whose name mean “peace” in Swahili”?  Led by saxophonist Marty Eigen, “Amani” includes keyboardist Fred Fischer, vocalist Stephan Fuller and, on guitar, Flip Peters.