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'Junk To Jewels' Display Reflection Of Hackensack Church Transformation

Junk To Jewels is opening Thursday evening in Hackensack. Photo Credit: Contributed
Ruth Bauer-Neustadter of Hackensack. Photo Credit: Ruth Bauer-Neustadter

HACKENSACK, N.J. — Ruth Bauer-Neustadter has turned pieces of trash from around Hackensack into treasure for community members to see.

The "Junk to Jewels" display will be the first exhibit at the Hackensack Performing Arts Center's new gallery, which is opening for the first time since the renovated facility's debut .

"Ruth can truly turn nothing into something incredible," Hackensack Performing Arts Center Artistic Director Greg Liosi said of the Paramus native.

"Her work’s story is reminiscent of the journey we have encountered, transforming an old masonic temple into a wonderful performing arts center, that will cultivate artists of all denominations.”

Junk To Jewels:

  • Thursday, Nov. 16
  • 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
  • Gallery at the HACPAC
  • 102 State St., Hackensack

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