New Jersey artists highlight social issues in ‘Windows of Understanding’ showcase

A public art initiative is showcasing the work of New Jersey artists to bring awareness to social issues.

News 12 Staff

Jan 18, 2022, 11:35 PM

Updated 888 days ago

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A public art initiative is showcasing the work of New Jersey artists to bring awareness to social issues.
Windows of Understanding, now in its fifth year, teamed up with local artists to bring attention to issues ranging from climate change, public health, economic justice and more.
The program’s showcases will be on display at venues in New Brunswick, Highland Park, South Plainfield and Metuchen through Feb. 28.


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