Upcoming Events

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Antoinette Ellis-Williams is a featured artist in Audible/ Newark Artist Collaboration. For more info: https://www.newarkartistcollaboration.com


JUSTICE AND DIVINITY:The art of Black survival through faith.  Exhibit at the Moody Jones Gallery.


A Women Only Exhibition,.  Exhibit at the Kente Royal Gallery


Art in the Atrium: "Exhibition of African-American Fine Art"  Morristown Performing Art Center


"She Speaks" Art Exhibit  Antoinette Ellis-Williams is one of the featured artists at Creative Cauldron Theater


Dr. Antoinette Ellis-William is the curator for "The Games People Play" Exhibition.  An amazing group of artists from Detroit to Newark, 12 years old and up. Different styles.' at The Bridge Art Gallery

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Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams one of the artist exhibiting at "Extinction-2021: Save the Planet".  Check out the online exhibition: Extinction - 2021

Save the Planet

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"Burn Installation: Phase One- Origin & Activism - Antoinette Ellis-Williams. Curated by Armisey Smith. Akwaaba Gallery 


Artist Performance & Talk.with Antoinette Ellis-Wiilaims. Inspired by her collection "Justice & Dviinity" at the Moody Jones Gallery.


Windows for Women:  Exhibit at the Astah's Fine Art Gallery


FIERCE: A Celebration of Women's Art:  Exhibit at the Maplewood Arts Center 


Black Artistry Annual Invitational 2022.  Exhibit at the Willingboro Recreation 

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"BURN: Origins & Resistance" Exhibit by Antoinette Ellis-Williams at The Visual Arts Gallery. Artist Talk: February 9, 11:30 – 12:30 p.m. (in-person and online; details to be announced)


Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams' work will be on exhibit at Mujeres de 2021 (Women in '21), January 14- February 18, 2021 at Studio Montcalr Gallery


"Red Dot Day: Conversation and Workshop" Shani Baraka Resource Center Conversation led by Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams  


"Into the Light" Exhibition and Art Sale Visit Art in the Atrium to purchase the original art by Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams.  


Past Events

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