Art House Productions announces its full schedule of arts programming from September 2018 until June 2019. Beginning in September, Art House presents its first Artist-in-Residence: Raven Taisce White. Raven is a trans woman from South Carolina and her company, BIRDHOUSE perform a reimagining of their piece Hot Winter. Hot Winter follows five humans as they struggle to understand one another, unifying in difference and falling apart in sameness and is a surrealistic look at the performers' collective universe.
October: Art House's largest visual art exhibition to date and Jersey City's biggest visual arts event of the year, JCAST, showcases the work of artists from all over Jersey City and beyond. In addition, from October 24th through October 27th, Art House partners with Surati for Performing Arts and Education to present Diwali: The Festival of Lights, also known as Deepavali. There will be a weeklong series of performances of Surati's original musical "Ramaavan" - the story of Prince Ram and King Ravan based on the epic tale The Ramayana (directed by Rimli Roy.) On October 27th, there will be an outdoor Diwali street fair followed by an indoor afterparty with drinks, dinner, and dancing.