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Puffin Cultural Forum Gallery is Open
  
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The gallery is open to the public from Tuesdays to Thursdays from 12pm to 4pm.  Appointments can be requested by calling 201-836-3499 or emailing info@puffinfoundation.org

Currently on view is exhibition "Thinking in Spanish." In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, The Puffin Cultural Forum presents works of Josephine Barreiro, Rodriguez Calero, Gabriel Pacheco, and Freddy Rodriguez. Each artist’s unique and personal artistic expression communicates elements of heritage, history, and cultural identity.

The Exhibition will be on view from September 18th to October 31.