Culture

Houston Person Quartet

NC 350 live at Clement’s Place

In tribute to the late Dr. Clement Alexander Price, who was the founder and director of the Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience, Newark’s city historian, and a devoted fan of jazz, Clement’s Place features live music every second Friday of the month.

The Houston Person Quartet

Join us for the distinct and expressive soul jazz sounds of Eubie Blake Jazz Award winner Houston Person and The Houston Person Quartet. With his distinctive sassy sound and his expressive style of playing, Eubie Blake Jazz Award winner Houston Person and The Houston Person Quartet are sure to close out NC 350 Live at Clement’s Place with a bang!


Junius Williams

NC 350 live at Clement’s Place

In tribute to the late Dr. Clement Alexander Price, who was the founder and director of the Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience, Newark’s city historian, and a devoted fan of jazz, Clement’s Place features live music every second Friday of the month.

Return To the Source reunion with Junius Williams

Return to the Source reunites for an unforgettable night of exploring the African-American experience through music. RTS’s repertoire of blues, rhythm and blues, and jazz, is led by NC 350 ‘s very own Junius Williams and includes some of Newark’s preeminent musicians and artists, such as Anthony Jackson, Janet Van Kline, Wincey Terry, Jeff Motley and Jackie Jones.


Bobby Sanabria

NC 350 live at Clement’s Place

In tribute to the late Dr. Clement Alexander Price, who was the founder and director of the Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience, Newark’s city historian, and a devoted fan of jazz, Clement’s Place features live music every second Friday of the month.

Bobby Sanabria & Quarteto Ach‎é

Grammy nominated percussionist and drummer, Bobby Sanabria and his band Bobby Sanabria&QuartetoAch‎é bring the exciting sounds of Latin jazz right here to Newark. Bobby is a Puerto Rican drummer, whose music is rooted in the Afro-American/ Latino Jazz style and culture. The soulful Latin Jazz artist is a performance you don’t want to miss!


1013 Wilder

"Rutgers, Race, and Slavery," a talk by Craig Steven Wilder

Craig Steven Wilder (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), the author of several acclaimed works, including the award-winning study Ebony & Ivy: Race, Slavery, and the Troubled History of America's Universities (Bloomsbury), will speak on the history of Rutgers University and its role in the development of pre- and post- Revolutionary American culture and society. The talk will explore Rutgers’ and other early American colleges relationships to and role in the discourse of liberty and citizenship, the American chattel slave system, the development of the medicine in the United States.

This free program is presented by the Department of African American and African Studies, and co-sponsored by the Federated Department of History and the Clement A. Price Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience. The program is supported by a grant from the Community Foundation of New Jersey/Newark Celebration 350 Fund.

FREE & OPEN TO ALL Reception will follow the talk. Ebony & Ivy will be available for purchase.

 


Carrie Jackson

NC 350 live at Clement’s Place

In tribute to the late Dr. Clement Alexander Price, who was the founder and director of the Rutgers Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience, Newark’s city historian, and a devoted fan of jazz, Clement’s Place features live music every second Friday of the month.

Carrie Jackson and Her Jazzin’ All Stars

Native Newarker Carrie Jackson and Her Jazzin’ All Stars brings her signature soulful sound back to her hometown. Beginning her musical career when she was 6 years old singing in the children's choir at Mount Calvary Baptist Church, Carrie is known for her versatility, expressive voice and a natural feel for jazz & the blues — it’s sure to be a soulful evening.


Culture Meetup

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Come and meet your fellow Newwarkers! The event format is similar to speed dating, MINUS the dating and empty conversations. You are welcome to bring your own pillow.