A pop-up gallery in Washington Borough will host a benefit art exhibition for Ghana 4E throughout the month of October.
An opening reception will be held Saturday, Oct. 8. The public is invited to attend the event, which will feature visual art, sculpture, jewelry, pottery, and a drumming performance. The reception will run 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Exhibited artists will also be in attendance: Sheik Fall, of Byram, an artist and master drummer; Roberta Rose, of Washington, designer and director of the show; Chrissy Callas, Washington, sculptor; Suzanne Dominguez, Washington Twp., jewelry designer; Viba Rhana, Mansfield, jewelry designer; Barbara Durfee, Washington, a potter, and Ibou Ndoye, of Hoboken, a Senegalese Artist. Mercy Moyo, a Zimbabwean artist, will be represented at the opening by Washington’s Diana Tyson.
The exhibit will remain on display through October 30 and will be open to the public Wednesday through Sunday.
Sales will benefit Ghana 4E, a non-profit dedicated to bringing computers, laptops, and accessories to Ghana, where the organization hosts computer skills and computer repair courses in Omanjor, Accra, Ghana. Funding will help the group renovate classroom space.
The exhibit will be housed in the former Unique Boutique space at 13 W. Washington Avenue (Route 57). The space has been donated for the exhibit by Tim Jebara.