Hoboken’s coworking space, Mission 50, is continuing its winter Art Show Series with a solo exhibition featuring local artist Chesleigh Meade. The exhibition will take place on Friday, March 10, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. and is free and open to the public.
Chesleigh Meade is a mixed media artist whose work is inspired by her experience as a mother of three. Her pieces fuse hand drawings, watercolor, collage, paint, disposable goods, and discarded packaging to create stunning, three-dimensional human forms that evoke the urban landscape while centering the lives that inhabit and sustain it.
Guests can view Chesleigh’s recent works throughout the hallways of Mission 50, and enjoy light snacks and refreshments in The Saloon on the second floor. Free on-site parking is available during the event, and all attendees will receive a free day pass for coworking at Mission 50.
RSVPs are required via Eventbrite, so make sure to reserve your spot today. Mission 50’s monthly art shows are an extension of their creative coworking environment, and they’re excited to share Chesleigh’s unique vision with their members and the local community.
Don’t miss this opportunity to support a local artist and experience the creativity that Mission 50 has to offer.