Jean-Paul Picard, a graduate of Parsons School of Design and the New School of Social Research, is a photographer, graphic designer, and web designer with clients in New York City and Hoboken. He developed and teaches a class in Web Design at the Hudson County Schools of Technologies. Picard has taught at the School of Visual Arts, Steven's Institute of Technology, Morris County College, and Hoboken Board of Education Adult Program. Mr. Picard’s photographs are in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art, New York Historical Society, Slater Memorial Museum, and Hoboken Historical Museum. He and his wife Mary live in Hoboken. To register, please contact Jodi Zulueta at 201-780-7952 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about hob'art, please visit us at www.hob-art.org. Jean-Paul Picard’s website is http://www.picardvision.com/index.html
The hob’art gallery is very pleased to present its first Photo Walking Tour of Hoboken on Saturday, September 29, led by Jean-Paul Picard, a photographer and artist who has lived, photographed, and taught in the city for over 30 years. The tour will start at 9am at Picard’s studio in the historic Neumann Building, 300 Newark Street, 4th floor, near elevator and end at the hob’art gallery, 720 Monroe Street, #E208, Hoboken at noon. The Neumann Building can be accessed from the rear parking lot at 333 Newark Street. Walking through the city, Picard will present his approach to plein-air photography with helpful insights and professional tips. Some of the outdoor highlights include the NJ transit hub, Neumann Leather Building, Immigrants' Pier, RiverWalk, Pier A and C, Steven's, Court Street, Holy Innocents Church, Church Square Park, and Hudson Street brownstones, along with colorful stories about Hoboken’s history.
$40.00The cost is $40 for hob’art members and $50 for non-members.