GALLERY U BOUTIQUE

GALLERY U BOUTIQUE
439 SOUTH AVE WEST, WESTFIELD NJ

Thursday, July 25, 2013

GALLERY U BOUTIQUE
IS PROUD TO ANNOUNCE
WOMEN PAINTING WOMEN, NEW JERSEY

OPENING RECEPTION AT OUR NEW LOCATION

ON SOUTH AVE IN WESTFIELD NEW JERSEY

SEPTEMBER 26TH FROM 6-9 PM



CAROLE DAKAKE







NANCI FRANCE-VAZ



AND MANY MORE TALENTED NEW JERSEY ARTISTS

PLUS UI COLLABORITVE PIECES
AND UNIQUE BOUTIQUE ITEMS




Sunday, July 21, 2013


Universal Rehabilitation Institute will open Gallery U Gallery and Boutique at 

439 South Ave. W. occupying the entire new Root building with a Gallery U boutique on the first floor. They will sell fine works of art, jewelry, clothing, housewares, furniture and home goods. www.uirehab.com  

Thursday, July 18, 2013

THIS SUMMER,

GALLERY U

MONTCLAIR, RED BANK AND BETHLEHEM

ARE COMING TOGETHER INTO ONE LOCATION

GALLERY U AND BOUTIQUE

WESTFIELD, NEW JERSEY











Tuesday, July 16, 2013

 

 

Gallery U to Open in Root Building

Gallery U serves as a vocational training program to help Universal Institute Rehab's clients rejoin the workforce.

Gallery U will open in the first floor of the newly-constructed Root Building on South Avenue West. Credit: Elizabeth Alterman
 
Gallery U will open in the first floor of the newly-constructed Root Building on South Avenue West. Credit: Elizabeth AltermanUniversal Institute Rehabilitation, serving individuals with traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, will open in September in the newly-built Root Building on South Avenue West.

The entire first floor of the building will house Gallery U, an unconventional art gallery, featuring the handmade crafts of many of UIR's clients. In addition to offering a creative outlet, the gallery also serves as a vocational training program to help those with disabilities rejoin the workforce. The gallery is expected to open in August, with a grand opening celebration to follow in September, Red Bank gallery director Robert Langdon told Tri City News.
The Westfield space is four times as large as the Red Bank-based Gallery U and represents the merger of that facility with one in Montclair. While he said he is sad to be leaving Red Bank, Langdon told the paper he is looking forward to being a part of another "arts-based community" in Westfield.

The second floor features apartments where UIR's clients will reside and have access to an on-site, round-the-clock staff.