Issyra Gallery is open all day all week for anyone who needs

inspiration: book your spot now!​​​​​​​


COMING SOON - Music and movement yoga and more classes...



Monthly African Fusion - LIVE music  


Issyra Gallery is pleased to launch our new monthly "African Fusion" event.

 
International artists will join us around various themes to share new experiences. A true mix of cultures around music and art. .
BYOB, Suggested donation $20


Our first event will be next Friday 10/28 at 9pm @ Issyra Gallery, 300 Observer Highway, Hoboken, NJ 07030. Free Parking behind the building. Minutes from the PATH train. 


International artists Thierno Camara, Smokey Hormel and Balla Kouyate will join us this month. 


An intro to the artists: 

Thierno Camara, senegalese artist:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PlbHzZbTCik&list=PL22-hxxCPA47OTFu9Mv7lDc3PkX_grbO3

Smokey Hormel, American artist: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hJmftfAR9nk

Balla Kouyate, artist from Mali: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cfqq51YbC_4
Sign up at issyragallery@gmail.com



Art, LIVE Music and Culture "rencontres": EVERY Friday & Saturday!


Every Friday and Saturday evening  join us for live music, art and more.

BYOB. From 9 pm until late



Every Monday "Chez Minou" - after work music event














9/30 at 7:30pm - Issyra Gallery presents "100,000 Poets & Musicians for Change"


​Hoboken, NJ – On Saturday, September 30, there will be a public event as part of the 100,000 Poets & Musicians for Change movement. Local and nationally known poets and musicians will take part in an effort to raise awareness and voice our concern for the current state of our nation (and the world). Musicians taking part include Elena Skye, Karyn Kuhl and Tammy Faye Starlight. Poets include Reg E. Gaines, Nancy Mercado, Eliot Katz, Vivian Demuth, Rich Villar, Melissa Goodrum, Ed Go, Monica Rowley and Danny Shot. The event is free, but all donations collected will go to ACLU-NJ (American Civil Liberties Union).

This year more than ever it is necessary for our community to stand together against hate and against a president who condones the words and actions of nazis, fascists and white supremacists who are tearing apart the very fabric of our society. Join us in a making a statement at Issyra African Art Gallery in making our displeasure heard. Our diversity as a nation and as city is what makes us great. Love will ultimately conquer the day.Issyra Gallery – 300 Observer Highway, Entrance on Observer Highway, Free parking behind the building

issyragallery@gmail.com 

917 922 2690/ 201 459 0700

www.issyragallery.com












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