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                                       East Brunswick, NJ April 4, 2003  - Visit Brunswick Square and marvel at what creative minds can do with recycled materials!  On display through the end of April is an international art exhibit, on display courtesy of the Visual Arts League of East Brunswick, featuring works from New Jersey and countries around the world. 

“Pipe Dreams” NJ is merged with “The Great Pipe Dream” New Zealand and is a collection of works from artists and school children from New Zealand, Russia, Hungary, Japan, India, France and various states in the United States, including a piece created by the children from East Brunswick’s Camp Daisy.  They’ve created various fantasy representations of plants, cylindrical paintings, mixed media and computer graphics all adapted to PVC piping/cylindrical formats. 

“We are very excited to be able to bring this exhibit to Brunswick Square shoppers” says Susan Greitz, marketing director for the mall.  “It stirs the imagination and opens your eyes to the possibilities of what can be created out of previously discarded materials.  We’ve had lots of positive comments already from shoppers and merchants in the mall.” 

According to Judith Wray of the Visual Arts League, the show has previously been displayed at Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall and most recently at the Paul Robeson School in New Brunswick.

 The New Jersey project began two years ago with 5 students in Freda Rhodes’ classes at the Paul Robeson School as a low budget, community project.  It has blossomed into an international collaboration created through the internet, bringing together artworks by international and regional artists and New Jersey children.  The project merges with New Zealand artist Henry Sunderland’s project, “The Great Pipe Dream”, which was created by New Zealand school children.  Mr. Sunderland discovered the New Jersey “Pipe Dreams” project through the Internet.

Says Wray, “It’s a great chance for area residents to see the whole show, as we have been unable to find another location large enough locally to host all the pieces of the exhibit.”   The show will be on display in the JCPenney court through the end of April. 

For more information on the Visual Arts League of East Brunswick visit or call 732-254-7611.

Brunswick Square is owned and managed by the Simon Property Group, Indianapolis.  The mall is located at 755 State Highway 18, East Brunswick, NJ.  Call 732-238-3600 or visit 


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