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New Hope Celebrates Presents Our LGBT Community History Exhibit

The exhibit will be held in conjunction with our 2017 Pride Festival Art Walk -
A Self Guided Gallery Tour which runs from  May 14th - 21st. The exhibit will
be divided between the New Hope Visitor’s Center, Factory Girls Bakery
in New Hope and River Queens Artisans Gallery in Lambertville.


Join us on Tuesday, May 16th - 7pm- 9pm

New Hope Visitors Center at 1 W. Mechanic St, New Hope, Pa.

Opening Reception - Fund-raiser.

Visit our local LGBT History Exhibit at these locations Its all a part of our OUT for the Arts, Art Walk -
A self guided tour.


New Hope Visitors Center

Surrender - Mini History Exhibit

Factory Girl Bake Shop

River Queens Artisan Gallery


Check out the Art Walk page >


Art Walk Self Guided Tour Locations

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The reception will begin at the  New Hope Visitor’s Center with appetizers
and wine, followed by desserts and light food at Factory Girl Bakery and
ending with cheese and beverages at the River Queens Artisan Gallery.


The cost is $50 per person. All proceeds are tax-deductible and go to
New Hope Celebrates history project - retro-Scope.org

Find it on our Google Art Walk Map

  • New Hope Visitors Center

    New Hope Visitors Center
    1 West Mechanic Street New Hope, PA

    Corner of S. Main & Mechanic streets



    Local LGBT History Exhibit can be
    seen at this location.


    Monday-Thursday: 11:30am-5:00pm, Friday & Saturday: 11:30am-7:00pm, Sunday: 11:30am-5:00pm


    About Us:
    Welcome to the New Hope Visitors Center!  We’re glad you stopped by! Our promise to you is to help keep you informed about what is happening in New Hope.  Stop by our brick and mortar location at 1 West Mechanic Street for more information about our town and its surrounding locations.  We can help you with any questions about the best dining, shopping and lodging in town. Look around our website to find out what New Hope has to offer.

  • Surrender - Mini History Exhibit


    11a W Mechanic St, New Hope, PA 18938


    Featuring: local LGBT History Exhibit Location - Stop in and see Lauretta see can tell you all about Gay New Hope in the 70's


    More to come


    About Us: Lingerie & Unique Gifts


  • Factory Girl Bake Shop

    Factory Girl Bake Shop

    45 North Main St. New Hope, PA



    local LGBT History Exhibit is on display stop in and get some goodies and view
    the exhibit.

    Store Hours:
    Our Spring hours are Wed & Thurs: 9-5, Fri: 8-6, Sat: 9-7, Sun: 9-4. We are closed Monday & Tuesday.


    About Us: Factory Girl Bake Shop is a from-scratch bakery We serve: Counter Culture Coffee, Rishi tea, scones, cookies, breakfast breads and cakes, brownies and other assorted bars, and a rotating selection of other goodies from croissants to cream puffs. We bake loaves of bread to be available in the afternoons. On Saturdays, we make our brioche dough-nuts, and Sunday is Bun-day, when we make our cinnamon buns. Custom cakes and party sweets available for pre-order.


  • River Queens Artisan Gallery

    River Queens Artisan Gallery

    8 Church St, Lambertville, NJ 08530


    Store Hours:
    Monday 11 AM - 6 PM

    Tuesday Closed

    Wednesday Closed

    Thursday 11 AM - 5:30 PM

    Friday 11 AM - 6 PM*

    Saturday 11 AM - 6 PM

    Sunday 11 AM - 6 PM

    local LGBT History Exhibit Location


    About Us:

    River Queen Artisans Gallery was originally started by three friends as a
    co-op gallery to showcase local art. The gallery was operated as a co-op for the first year, but since then has been owned and operated by Jane Spencer Wesby (one of the original founding members) and her husband, Edward Dumchus.


    The gallery is no longer a co-op, but still focuses on showcasing local art and artists. We also feature local musicians, with regular live performances, and a selection of CD's produced by local musicians.


  • 26 Bridge Studio & Gallery

    26 Bridge Studio & Gallery

    26 Bridge St, 2nd Floor, Lambertville NJ


    Store Hours:
    Call for hours


    The new underground space for photography, located on the 2nd Floor
    will be featuring the works of Richard Koek. Richard is a delightfully charming photographer from Brooklyn, originally from Holland whose street-photography portraits of New Yorkers are as powerful as they are whimsical. Within this exhibit, Richard will include is well received portrait series of Laura Bailey, a life-long collector of gender and transgendered materials, currently being archived in
    the Yale Library's on-line catalog.


    About Us:
    The opportunity to own a Gallery & Studio fell into our hands and thus, the new underground space for photography was born. 26Bridge Studio & Gallery is located on the Bridge Street, in the heart of scenic and historic Lambertville, NJ. The space is located in an 1860 vintage building, with high ceiling and an iconic window overlooking the town.


    Our intimate space serves many purposes, including the office of Amplify Your Voice, a local social media agency and River Town Photography/Photography by Stephen Harris. The studio is the home Laura Pedrick Photography. We are also a fine art photography gallery and classroom space for both photography & social media. The little space that can!


  • 13 North Gallery

    Gallery 13 North

    13 N Union St, Lambertville, NJ 08530



    Monday to Saturday: 10am - 6pm

    Sunday: 12pm - 5pm



    Works by new up-and-coming artists and established artists. Visit Gallery 13 North between May 19 to May 21, for a special exhibition – ALL artworks are $1,000 or less. View artworks by Gerald Marinaccio, Lourdes Ral, Wayne Cunningham, and Robert M. Baum


    About Us:

    Gallery 13 North is a fine art gallery located in the heart of Lambertville, New Jersey. Gallery 13 North is home to a collection of 19th, 20th, and 21st Century European and America Art, encompassing works by both new up-and-coming artists and those of established and renowned masters.

    We seek to serve a public of art lovers and collectors by exhibiting and selling interesting and unique works at appropriate prices. Our aim is to make art buying a fun and accessible experience by enhancing our exhibits with artist interaction, gallery tours, art lectures, and Q&A discussions.

    For artists, Gallery 13 North offers sensitive, respectful and sensitive promotion promoting their work, both in our shop and more broadly through our website.



  • Stage In Time

    Stage In Time

    12 W Bridge St. New Hope, PA


    Hours: Call for times



    "EV-O-LU-TION, Patterns of Movement
    and Color,  an abstract in oils show by Ramon Robledo will be on exhibit at A Stage In Time, which also focuses on vintage furnishings from mission to mid century modern."


  • Gallery Piquel Lambertville

    GALLERY PIQUEL – Lambertville

    24 Bridge Street Lambertville, NJ



    Closed Monday & Tuesday

    Wed - Sunday 12-5pm

    Fri & Sat till 6pm



    Large original works by contemporary artists. Featuring Oscar Lakeman’s colorful, oversized Paint Pots; Poetic Landscapes in Shades of Grey by Sang H Han and Michael Gherardi, and Michael Fratrich’s Fauvist Vermont Barns and elegant Gold Leaf Skyscapes. Also, bronzes by famous Israeli sculptor Benjamin Levy.

  • The Studio

    The Studio

    17-19 w. Mechanic St. New Hope, PA



    M- 10 am- 4 pm, Wed-10 am - 5 pm, Thurs 11am - 6pm, Fri 11 am - 8 pm, Sat-11am - 9pm Sun, 11am - 6pm


    Special Showings:
    Tuesday by appointment.


    About Us:

    The Studio is a contemporary gallery featuring the works of established artists along with up and coming emerging artists. Currently showing work by the well-known NYC street artist Guillermo Barreto and local artist Dar James.


  • New Hope Gallery & Print Shop

    New Hope Gallery & Print Shop

    20 South Main St., , New Hope, PA






    “We Are A People’s Gallery” where photographers, painters, sculptors, and artists of all types are able to rent space and display their work in a comfortable clean well-lit space. The art ranges from classic painted river scenes, to modern 3D Surround Art by our partner Keng Lau. Our displayed work is constantly changing.

  • Gallery Piquel New Hope


    39 North Main St. New Hope, PA


    Hours: Call for Hours



    Original artwork with a unique point of view. Featuring Mythological Figures by Valeriy Skrypka and Mark Pugh; Whimsical Rabbits, Cows and Goats by Lisa Falkenstern, David Henderson and Mark Briscoe, and Oversized Saturated Landscapes by Todd L.W. Doney and Andrea Kelly. Also, surreal ceramic sculptures by local artist Winnie Weiss.


  • Prop & R.E.D.Storation

    The Gallery at PROP & r.e.d.STORATION

    37 N Main StNew Hope, Pennsylvania





    Open Daily 10:00AM - 6:00PM

    Closed Mondays



    For New Hope Celebrates, we will be hosting a showing by abstract Artist Erika Rachel. Erika Rachel is a local artist who has been exhibited in NYC, NJ, PA as well as covered by numerous press outlets. Erika Rachel's art is owned by high profile collectors from Germany to the U.S.

  • A Mano Galleries

    A Mano Galleries

    42 N Union St. Lambertville, NJ
    (Old Five & Dime Building)




    Open daily 10am to 6pm including Sunday

    Saturdays 10am to 9pm

    Special Showings:



    A Mano Galleries represents hundreds of craftspeople including hand-painted furniture by Sticks studio owned by Sarah Grant, metal furniture by Delia, and Studio 78, Stone County Ironworks, Jewelry in Sterling Silver and Gold by Metalsmith, Sherry Tinsman, Holly Yashi, Tabra, Thomas Mann, Butterfly Artworks, handmade accessories in clay by Biff Bourne, glass by Loretta Eby, metal lighting by Janna Ugone and Kinzig Designs.



  • The A Space

    The "A" Space Gallery

    New Hope Arts Center

    37 Bridge Street, New Hope, PA 18938



    Paintings and Drawings by Saul Lyons.
    This show is designed to coincide with New Hope's LGBT Celebration Month. There are many images of love and pride in its various forms.  There also some image and text combinations presented which show some of the trials and concerns currently affecting the LGBTQ community
    and the whole world.


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