Eat, Drink, and Play Mini-Golf to Save the Jersey City Museum

by Liza Eliano on July 20, 2010 · 7 comments Events

Be this guy and help the JCM! Photo by Dylan Schenker, via Hyperallergic

AFC’s extensive reporting on the Jersey City Museum has sparked some much needed action. Hyperallergic is organizing the PBR Tour fundraiser to help the JCM get back on its feet after some tough financial problems, as first reported on the blog back in April, that have raised questions about the future of the museum. Hyperallergic’s noble mission to save this community institution won’t disappoint– it includes mini-golf, beer, and hot dogs (don’t worry, veggie ones too!) The event will be held at the JCM’s Golden Door artist mini-golf course. For an advanced $15 ticket, or $20 at the door, visitors get all-you-can-play, eat, and drink, plus a brief talk by the curator about the mini-golf sculptures and exhibition concept. The course is located at Hamilton Square (232 Pavonia Avenue, between McWilliams Pl. & Erie st.) right next to the Grove Street PATH station, so there’s no excuse for New Yorkers to miss out on this great cause. Show some Jersey love at the fundraiser on Thursday July 22nd from 7-9:30 PM.

  • http://Boredintellect.blogspot.com Colin Roe Ledbetter

    the Salt Lake Art Center has a mini golf show up. a lot of the holes were broken in the first week.

    • http://kaivierstra.blogspot.com Kai

      Those SLC kids are troubled, always breaking stuff. I just saw some documentation from that show, Trent Call’s piece is AWESOME.
      Other than my piece leaking like a sieve for the first couple weeks, everything’s holding together nicely. Come out, support the museum, drink a few and see if you can break my hole.

  • http://Boredintellect.blogspot.com Colin Roe Ledbetter

    the Salt Lake Art Center has a mini golf show up. a lot of the holes were broken in the first week.

    • http://kaivierstra.blogspot.com Kai

      Those SLC kids are troubled, always breaking stuff. I just saw some documentation from that show, Trent Call’s piece is AWESOME.
      Other than my piece leaking like a sieve for the first couple weeks, everything’s holding together nicely. Come out, support the museum, drink a few and see if you can break my hole.

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  • http://www.artscienceweb.com/ Justin

    Cool, Jersey city is constantly being saved which is needed.

  • http://www.artscienceweb.com/ Justin

    Cool, Jersey city is constantly being saved which is needed.

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