Aaron by HoTTea

HoTTea

For the second time in three years, artist Eric Rieger, who works professionally as HoTTea, created a site-specific installation with thousands of strands of colorful yarn in the Casino breezeway. The work is part of the Wooden Walls project that has produced the murals along the boardwalk and in the Carousel Building.


Sea.Hear.Now.

The third annual Sea.Hear.Now Festival will take place on September 18th and 19th hosting more than 25 bands on its three stages at North Beach and Bradley Park.  Surfing, yoga and art will also be incorporated into the festival. (September 18-19, 2021)


AP Dance Festival

Asbury Park Dance Festival

The second annual Asbury Park Dance Festival brings world renowned dancers and companies to the Jersey Shore for performances and master classes to support ARTSEDNJ and their mission to make arts education available to every child, every day, every school. (September 25, 2021)


City of Asbury Park Summer 2021 Mural Art Project

Tri City News

Local weekly paper covering regional news and events covers the City of Asbury Park Summer 2021 Mural Art Project.

The City of Asbury Park’s Public Art Commission, with support from Monmouth Arts, hosted a three-day mural art project where 13 artists created installations along Cookman Avenue and in Springwood Park.  The artists were selected from a pool of 60 submissions, which included local and regional, professional and amateur artists.

Learn more at CityofAsburyPark.com


Asbury Park Arts Council Gets Underway

Tri City News

Local weekly paper covering regional news and events covers the establishment of APAC.

TCN covers the establishment of APAC, it’s work on the Asbury Park Culture Plan in addition to sponsoring its own arts initiative and events with the goal of establishing an Asbury Park Arts Center to provide a venue for all the arts groups in the city who need performance space.


Sunday Morning CBS - HotTea

Art Under the Sun: HotTea's yarn art

After one too many run-ins with the cops, street artist Eric Regier, also known as HotTea, traded in his spray paint for yarn, and now creates installations with a fabric that is colorful and enveloping. “Sunday Morning” producer Sara Kugel checked out his latest immersive artwork on the Boardwalk of Asbury Park, N.J.