JERSEY CITY - Thousands of people are expected to visit Jersey City this weekend for the Jersey City Art and Studio Tour.
Hundreds of artists will put their work on display at the Lackawanna building, a vacant warehouse on 16th Street. This weekend's exhibit marks the tour's 25th year.
"It allows artists to express themselves in [a] way that unites the city for an entire weekend," says Luca Cusolito, of the Office of Cultural Affairs.
The Lackawanna building is one of 200 locations, which includes private studios and performance spaces for more than 800 artists to share their work.
The tour is free to attend. More information can be found on the tour's website.