God Save the QueenS
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3 Day Pop Up Art Gallery

May 2013   3 Day Pop Up Art GalleryRidgewood NJ, May 2013 


God Save the QueenS  

 2011  God Save the QueenSthe HAT as an element of worship and pride in the history of the New Jersey African American church communities was a program curated by Cristina Deutsch  from 2011 to 2012 for the Paterson Public Library  funded by the PCCHC through a grant from the New Jersey State Council of the Arts. A series of hat-making workshops offered to the community, exhibit and instalation at the Library culminating with a Hat Fashion Show, at the Paterson Museum.  Seven hundred people attended this event.  As a result of this program that she designed and coordinated, she  was recently presented with Awards from the   Mayor of the City of Paterson, State Senator Nellie Pou and Congressman William  Pascrell.


Press Reviews:


Celebrity Chef Florian Bellanger at God Save the QueenS Fashion Show

A Sunday Tradition: God Save the QueenS

"God Save the QueenS" Hat Workshop

"God Save the QueenS" Fashion Show

"God Save the QueenS" Hat Exhibit Opening in Paterson

 


"Cristina Deutsch is vibrant, creative, hard working, personable and kind. I had the privilege of working with her because she applied for and received an arts grant from the PCCHC.   

The multifaceted program she directed with the funding was enormously successful and 

among the best that I evaluated that year."

~ Susan Balik, Associate Director, Cultural Affairs at Passaic County Community College


Exhibition

"Mexican Pinatas"

 

A visual example of representation of  a folkloric symbol, this exhibition explores the history and colorful expression of the Mexican culture. Rocio Flores, the Pinatas artisan, is a Mexican native residing in New Jersey  that works with papier mache sculptures.

Jennie and Her Jewelry

"Jennie and Her Jewelry: Victorian Style Jewelry Art, Pret a Porter"

 

The title makes reference to   Mrs. Jennie Tuttle Hobart (Garret A. Hobart’s wife), the 24th Second Lady of the United States (1897-1899), also known for her unique elegant manners and good taste. In 1925, Mrs. Hobart donated her art collection of 26 beautiful paintings in trust to the Paterson Free Public Library, for the citizens of Paterson , as a legacy to the City’s cultural treasure.

 

Jewelry designs by artist Teresa de Fabrizio.

 

CURATED EXHIBITIONS

 

2014   Local Heroes: Paterson Sports in the Golden Era                  of the 20th Century.  A photographic exhibition of                the Jewish Historical Society of Northern New                      Jersey.

2013   
3 Day Pop Up Art Gallery, Ridgewood NJ, May


2012   Mexican Piñatas – Cross Cultural Arts Festival                 
William Paterson University, Wayne, NJ

 

2011   God Save the QueenS, Paterson Public Library &                Paterson Museum

              

2011   God Save the QueenS: Hat Fashion Show,                          William Paterson University, Women’s Center

              

2010   The Second Lady: Jennie Tuttle Hobart
             Historical Exhibition   
Passaic County Historical                  Society, Lambert Castle

 

2009   Paterson Art Walk Exhibition, Paterson Public                     Library, Paterson, NJ

 

2009   Jennie and her Jewelry: Jennie Tuttle Hobart                   Victorian Style Jewelry Exhibition, Paterson                       Public Library, Paterson, NJ

 

                                                    God Save the QueenS Fashion Show photos by Joe Costa