Getting to know him: Oscar Hammerstein Presented by Will Hammerstein


by Hannah Brown Virtual reality for your ears? Not only that, but The Art of Sound located in Lambertville, New Jersey is a place to make all your senses come to life in their sophisticatedly designed showroom! To give you a real taste of what the experience is like there, they will be hosting an event [...]

The Addams Family is Coming to North Hunterdon High School


Credit: Theatrical Rights Worldwide The North Hunterdon High School Theater Organization will perform the musical The Addams Family on March 2, 3, and 4. The show is produced by special arrangement with Theatrical Rights Worldwide. The musical is based on comics created by Charles Addams, a cartoonist for The New Yorker, whose collection [...]

Upcoming Hunterdon Art Museum Classes for Children and Adults


Classes begin soon in painting, drawing and more at the Hunterdon Art Museum A second round of winter classes and workshops at the Hunterdon Art Museum begins in late February, featuring a range of programs for children and adults. Classes and workshops for children include: Art from Around the World; LEGO® Robotics; Imagination [...]

Explore the Many Meanings of RED In Newest Hunterdon Art Museum Show


Margeaux Walter, Checkmate, 2015, Digital c-print, 30 in. X 42 in., Courtesy of the artist. Discover the many shades of meaning for the color red at the newest Hunterdon Art Museum exhibition. RED, which opened Sunday, Jan. 15, features works by 10 artists who use red not necessarily as a predominant color, but [...]

Roxey Ballet Performs ‘Cinderella’


Roxey Ballet will present "Cinderella" on May 6 and 7. One of the most loved stories of all time, this classical, family-friendly production is accessible to all audiences. Enjoy the story of the stepsisters' comic antics, some fairy dust, a handsome prince, and an ill-treated servant girl who, against all odds, finds true love. Sets, [...]

View the 2017 Oscar Nominated Shorts ACME Screening Room


This year the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences had a record 69 animated short films vying for a nomination. Now the titles that will advance in the voting process for the 89th Academy Awards have been announced. For six years, Disney or Pixar has been nominated in the category every year, and won twice (“Paperman” and “Feast”). This [...]

Art from the Heart: In Your Own Back Yard


by Edie Weinstein Photo credit: Facebook Jill Kearney is the ‘heartistic’ Executive Director of ArtYard, a Frenchtown venue into which she has poured her love and talent. She describes the site which draws people worldwide. “It has four components: a gallery space for art installation, a theater for performance and film, a residency [...]

Wes Sherman: Variations on a Theme To Open at Hunterdon Art Museum


Wes Sherman, Bird Sanctuary 14, 2016, Oil on canvas, Courtesy of the artist For the past year, Wes Sherman has been painting the same landscape. The landscape has a horizon line high on the picture’s plane, a dark plant with several branches shooting upwards in the foreground and a red leafy plant to [...]

Adam Welch: Brick Opens at Hunterdon Art Museumse:


Adam Welch, 2016, Bone Brick Adam Welch creates his art brick by brick. Literally. Welch makes his own bricks by hand encouraging viewers to consider them as an art form while challenging their perceptions and preconceptions of art, ceramics and bricks. The Hunterdon Art Museum welcomes Adam Welch: Brick with an opening reception [...]