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The Morris Museum in Morris Township presents “Threads of Consciousness: The Tapestries of Jon Eric Riis,” through May 2.

Through April 28: “The Revelation of Goddesses” at 4 Flavors Arts Gallery, Montclair. Works by Erica Rose Levine and Tommy Mitchell.

Through May 2: “Threads of Consciousness: The Tapestries of Jon Eric Riis” at Morris Museum, Morris Township.

Through May 9: “Borderless: Digital Practices in Changing Times” at the Stockton University’s Noyes Galleries at Kramer Hall in Hammonton.

Through May 31: “Sense and Sustainability,” curated by Poramit Thantapalit at Passaic County Arts Center, Hawthorne. Works composed of recycled materials including plastics, labels, and discarded clothing.
Through May 31: “The Full Moon Series” at Passaic County Arts Center, Hawthorne. Works by Joseph Coco.
Through May 31: “The Infinite: Arch and Line” at Passaic County Arts Center, Hawthorne. Works by Anna Carina Sinocchi.

Through June 13: “Maggie Meiners Revisits Rockwell” at Montclair Art Museum. (NJArts.net Review)

Through Aug. 8: “New York to New Mexico: New Acquisitions” at Montclair Art Museum.
Through Aug. 8: “Uncaged: Animals in the Collection” at Montclair Art Museum.

Through Aug. 15: “Natural Essence — Motion Perceived” at Morris Museum, Morris Township.

Through Oct. 10: “Those Beautiful Rags” (ragtime music artifacts) at Morris Museum, Morris Township.

April 25-June 3: “Violent Devotion” at Hamilton Street Gallery, Bound Brook. Works by Luis Alves, Ellen Avigliano, Edward Jean Baptiste, Anastasiya Baron, Aileen Bassis, Nanette Reynolds Beachner, Marina Carreira, Virginia Carroll, Renzo Florez, Katie Hovencamp, Robert Kosinski, Kathleen Hurley Liao, Wayne Lucina, John Marron, Larry McCandlish, Laurie Pettine, Stacey Pritchard, Dina Robinson, Bill Ross, Morgan Thomas Shankweiler, Mechele Shoneman, Renee Simon, Derek Thomson, Sue Eldridge Ward, Kristen T. Woodward.

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