2023 Members Exhibition

One member will win a future solo exhibition!

October 1, 2023 - January 7, 2024

Congratulations to the Artists Selected for This Year's Show:

  • Susan Amann

  • Christine Barney

  • Bonnie Berkowitz

  • Bill Bonstein

  • Zenna Broomer

  • Sarah Canfield

  • James A. Depietro

  • Sally Dougan

  • Holli Freed

  • Michele Gerards

  • Judy Gould

  • Richa Gupta

  • Alex Hernandez

  • James Irvine

  • Betty Jacobsen

  • Ruth Jourjine

  • Laura Lou Levy

  • Gabriela Lindemulder

  • Pat Malarcher

  • Susan Mania

  • Michael McFadden

  • Beth O’Grady

  • Jeanine Pennell

  • Erica Engfer Pizza

  • Larry Potter

  • Jonathan Rischawy

  • Donna Rogers

  • Gregg Rosen

  • Christine Saurteig-Pilaar

  • Cathy Schalk

  • Teresa Shields

  • Ann Thomas

  • Kazaan Viveiros


João (Juno) Zago immigrated to the US in 2005 from Brazil. He is an artist and the Creative Director at Gallery Aferro in Newark. In that role, he takes the lead on the Gallery’s exhibition and programmatic schedule. He has also curated for Newark Open Doors: Citywide Arts Festival.

Zago’s work has been exhibited at Gallery Aferro, Index Art Center, Equal Space and Akwaaba Gallery all in Newark; at Studio Montclair in Montclair; Catalyst Gallery in Beacon, NY; The New Jersey State Museum in Trenton; the Newark Museum of Art in Newark; and the Morris Museum in Morristown. He is a 2020 grant recipient of the Newark Artist Accelerator Fund. 

Zago has a BA in Visual Art from Ramapo College of New Jersey.

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