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New Jersey’s Premier Coworking Space Continues Free Monthly Series Showcasing Local Artists 

HOBOKEN, N.J. (Dec. 7, 2022)Mission 50, New Jersey’s premier coworking space,  will host a Winter Art Show featuring Brooklyn artist Alise Loebelsohn on Thursday, December 15, from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Free and open to the public, the solo art exhibition and reception will be held at Mission 50, 50 Harrison Street in Hoboken. 

Attendees will have the opportunity to enter a drawing to win five days of free coworking at Mission 50. The drawing will take place on the night of the art show, and the winner must be present to win. 

The exhibition will showcase works by Loebelsohn that reflect her desire to transform surfaces into a new reality using images that randomly appear in nature. Guests can enjoy sushi, beer and wine while viewing artwork on Mission 50’s second floor, in the Saloon and adjoining spaces. Free on-site parking is available during the event. 

Creating Patterns in New and Undiscovered Ways  
Loebelsohn graduated from Pratt Institute and studied in France as well as at the Art Students League in New York City. Her desire to paint large-scale murals began in college, and as a student she conceived and created a 132-foot-long mural with images of ocean life on the boardwalk in Coney Island, N.Y. Her career has included executing outdoor murals for Evergreene Painting Studios, including stenciling the Old Executive Office Building at the White House, and painting billboards throughout Manhattan as a member of a sign painters union. 

Today, Loebelsohn runs her own Brooklyn-based decorative painting company, Pompeii Studios LLC, and her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows throughout the New York metro area. Her paintings emerge out of the process of materials she uses. She often begins by layering the surface with plaster, oil paint and resin, creating luminous colors and patterns that invite viewers to fill in with their own life experiences. 

Providing a platform for local artists is an extension of the creative coworking experience that we cultivate at Mission 50,” said Margaret Pauta, Mission 50 Community Manager. “We are eager to bring Alise Loebelsohn’s dynamic work to both our members and our community.” 

Mission 50: A Collaborative Coworking and Community Space 
Mission 50 was launched in 2011 as one of the first premium coworking sites in the New York/New Jersey region. Ten years later, Gregory Dell’Aquila, CEO of JDA Group LLC, which owns the 80,000-square-foot boutique office property, spearheaded a multi-million-dollar renovation and reintroduction in response to evolving workplace needs. The result is a reimagined coworking community that fosters collaboration, creativity and productivity.  

The building has multiple workspace environments including shared coworking spaces, privacy pods, private office suites, and fully customizable office concepts. Upscale amenities, state-of-the-art technology and a menu of membership options cater to professionals ranging from solo workers and growing startups to seasoned businesses and traditional enterprises.   

For more information about the art show and reception, contact Mission 50 at  


Photo Caption: Mission 50, N.J.’s premiere coworking community, will hold its monthly Winter Art Show on December 15 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. This free event, at 50 Harrison St. in Hoboken, will showcase the work of Brooklyn artist Alise Loebelsohn. 

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