Newark Symphony Hall | New Jersey's Most Historic Arts and Entertainment Venue
Newark Symphony Hall | 1020 Broad Street, Newark, New Jersey
Box Office: 1030 Broad Street, Newark, NJ | 973-643-8014

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The Division of Cultural and Historic Affairs promotes further awareness of its vibrant arts and history community. We seek to expand opportunities for artists, arts and historical organizations and increase public accessibility to their programs.

For nearly 40 years, the Dodge Foundation has been a steadfast supporter of the arts in New Jersey. Whether through an arts council in our suburban and rural communities, or through a major performing arts center or theater in our urban centers, we believe in the power of the arts to enrich our lives, bring people together, revitalize public spaces, help communities thrive, and inspire learning. We support arts organizations across a variety of disciplines, including music, opera, theater, dance and visual arts, and we are particularly interested in organizations which place a priority on arts education programming in our schools. We also promote a strong and coordinated arts advocacy effort to help all New Jerseyans understand the value of the arts as an important jobs provider and economic engine of our communities. We're proud that New Jersey's arts community is as strong as you will find in any other state, and that performances and museum exhibitions which people are seeing across the country have often premiered right here in our home state.

About Newark Arts (formerly Newark Arts Council): Newark Arts' mission is to power the arts to transform the lives of those who work, live and play in the great city of Newark, New Jersey. Established in 1981, Newark Arts advances and expands the resources and offerings of arts and cultural organizations in the great city of Newark, New Jersey. Newark Arts provides leadership, direction, and technical assistance through partnerships with artists, arts administrators, community organizations, community development corporations, planning groups, economic development agencies, and government agencies as well as the general public.

Prudential was founded on the belief that financial security should be within reach for everyone. It's a challenge we've embraced for more than one hundred and forty years. A strong sense of social responsibility has remained embedded in the company, guiding our efforts to help people now and in future generations achieve peace of mind and a more secure future. With partnerships across the city and commitments to infrastructure, innovation and education, Prudential is proud to be part of the revitalization of Newark.

The Turrell Fund was founded in 1935 by Herbert and Margaret Turrell. The Fund supports organizations which directly provide for or foster the creation and delivery of quality developmental and educational services to at-risk children, especially the youngest, and their families, in Vermont and designated areas of New Jersey.

Victoria Foundation is one of the oldest private foundations in America. Hendon Chubb created the Foundation in 1924 in order to improve the lives of those less fortunate than himself. Today, Victoria Foundation has a two-fold mission: To improve the lives of children and families in need in Newark, New Jersey; and to protect water resources and preserve precious open space statewide.

Upcoming Events

Soul Line Dance Party
Friday, December 8
City of Hope - A Christmas Spectacular Musical: Where "All" Lives Matter
Saturday, December 9
7th Annual When Praises Go Up! Gospel Showcase
Sunday, December 17
Alfred Gallman
Monday, December 18
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