Hunterdon Art Museum Hosts ArtParty 2017: RED To Benefit Education Programs, Exhibitions

2017-04-07T12:51:51+00:00

Enjoy great food, live music and more all while helping the arts in Hunterdon County. Attend the Hunterdon Art Museum's ArtParty on Saturday, April 29. Take a tour of delicious cuisines from around the world without ever leaving the charming confines of the Hunterdon Art Museum on Saturday, April 29 at ArtParty 2017: [...]

Clinton Named One of Best Towns in Northeast

2017-03-28T14:59:51+00:00

Clinton, New Jersey is one of the twenty finalists in a competition launched by USA Today for the best small town in the Northeast. Other nominees include Cape May (NJ), New Hope (PA), Cold Spring (NY), and Lewes (DE). USA Today's 10 Best contest explores the top destinations in various travel and leisure related categories. You can vote [...]

Spring Into a Great Art Class at HAM

2017-03-19T21:17:08+00:00

Oscar Peterson (right) offers hands-on instruction in our plein air painting class Let your artistic talents bloom by enrolling in a class at the Hunterdon Art Museum this spring. The Museum is offering more than 50 classes and workshops for children and adults beginning in April. Explore photography, sewing, painting, drawing and more. [...]

Upcoming Hunterdon Art Museum Classes for Children and Adults

2017-02-12T21:54:14+00:00

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

2017-02-06T09:14:55+00:00

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 [...]

World Animal Reiki Day Celebration and Talk

2017-01-30T21:21:37+00:00

  On Thursday, February 2, 2017, celebrate Reiki Day with Reiki Master-Teacher, Shelter Animal Reiki Association (SARA) Practitioner, and Animal Communicator Sue Ann Seccia-Harnden. This event, held at Clinton Book Shop, will educate attendees on the world of Animal Reiki and how Reiki helps heal animals. Participants will learn how Reiki can be used in animal [...]

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

2017-01-08T10:14:23+00:00

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 [...]

Candle Night Light

2016-12-13T11:51:11+00:00

Photo credit: https://www.facebook.com/ClintonNJ/ Downtown Clinton will hold their annual Candle Night Light on December 15th, with stores staying open until 9pm. Get your holiday shopping done under the warmth of candlelight in Clinton. Carolers, horse and carriage rides, refreshments and shop specials are all apart of this special evening. Unique local shops include: Balic [...]

Tales of Trails with the Sierra Club

2016-12-05T00:19:58+00:00

Join Jonathan Wall and John Kashwick’s jaunt through the diverse and “vast wilderness” of Olympic National Park at the Wednesday, December 7, 2016 meeting of the South Highlands Group of the Sierra Club.  They will tell tales of their trek along glacier-capped mountains, in old growth temperate rain forests and over 70 miles of wild coastline. The South Highlands [...]