Creative Force, Inc.
“The Creator Gave Us Talent As Gifts, Use Them As Gifts To Him.”
ENOUGH OF FRANKIE ALREADY
YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO A BOOK RELEASE CELEBRATION! JOIN THE MOVEMENT AND COME MEET THE AUTHOR FELICIA CAPERS & ILLUSTRATOR CHRISTOPHER FABOR MUHAMMAD! BRING YOUR TABLETS & THE WHOLE FAMILY FOR AN AFTERNOON OF FUN ACTIVITIES!
The Majesty Loft
180 Bloomfield Avenue, 2nd fl Montclair, NJ
November 16, 2013
1PM – 3PM
To RSVP call 973-619-9095 or email email@example.com
Admission: $5 each or FREE with the purchase of book
PATERSON ARTIST FEATURES AT LAW CENTER SHOW
Visual artist CHRISTOPHER FABOR MUHAMMAD began drawing when he was four, joining an artistically inclined older brother at the kitchen table in Paterson.
His brother eventually turned away from art, but Chris worked hard to develop his talent and won several art competitions in grammar school.
The neighborhood in which he grew up was plagued by poverty and crime, but the streets held no allure for him.
PATERSON GALLERY PROVIDES VENUE FOR ARTISITIC EXPRESSION
JULY 25 2012
On Thursday, July 19th, 2012, NJCDC’s ‘Boiler Building Studios’ held the very first community mixer with the mission of bringing like-minded community members together to enjoy a night of art, music, and unity. The event took place at the Congdon Mills’ Boiler Building at 13 ½ Van Houten Street in Paterson.
THE ART OF BLACK LOVE: ARTIST CHRISTOPHER MUHAMMAD
Is there an art to black love? If so have we lost it? It seems as though the odds of falling in love with “Mr./Mrs. Right” are daunting to say the very least. Love is hard. Whoever says it isn’t just hasn’t experienced what it’s like to truly love someone unconditionally.
FAMILIES TELL STORIES THROUGH MURAL PAINTING
Families come together at Orange, NJ Family Success Center to express creativity and community efforts in a mural painting. The Mayor of Orange joined the families to unveil the masterpiece!
HOME GROWN TALENT AT CENTER CITY GALLERIES
FEBRUARY 13, 2011
A major hallmark of the Renaissance period was artistic development. Recognizing this, Center City Galleries (CCG) looks to facilitate Paterson’s renaissance and invest in the city’s cultural rebirth by opening its doors to local artists.!