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Hunterdon Art Museum Hunterdon Art Museum
Clinton, NJ

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Exhibition: Crossroads: Book Artists’ Impassioned Responses to Immigration, Human Rights and Our Environment
05/08 /21– 09/05/2021 (more information)
Thomas Parker Williams
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Exhibition: Crossroads: Book Artists’ Impassioned Responses to Immigration, Human Rights and Our Environment
05/08 /21– 09/05/2021 (more information)
Pam Cooper
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Exhibition: “As Her Mind Collapsed, I Was Awakened”: The Rugs of Ann Clarke
Through 06/13/2021 (more information)
Anne Clark
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Hunterdon Art Museum
7 Lower Center Street
Clinton, NJ 08809-1303
(908) 735-8415

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www.hunterdonartmuseum.org

Hours
Tuesday - Sunday 11 am - 5 pm
Fees: $5 suggested donation

Directions
From Route 78 (East or West) - take exit 15, and bear right onto Route 173 East. Turn left at the Exxon Station and Clinton House and go over the yellow bridge. The museum is the stone mill immediately on the left.

General information
Founded in 1952 by a group of spirited local citizens, the Hunterdon Art Museum has evolved into the region's premier showcase of contemporary art and design. The museum's changing exhibitions feature the work of emerging and established artists, and showcase the museum's collection of works on paper. A vibrant education program includes studio classes, workshops, summer art camps, lectures, docent-led exhibition tours and other interpretive and outreach experiences.

The Permanent Collection
The permanent collection of the Hunterdon Art Museum concentrates on works on paper. The growing collection emphasizes prints, but also includes drawings and paintings. Dating from the 1930s to the present, the collection consists of work by internationally recognized artists as well as artists from the region. Highlights include prints by Mark DiSuvero, Philip Guston, Alex Katz, and Ad Reinhardt. Purchase prizes from the Museum's Annual National Juried Print Exhibition make up the Anne Steele Marsh Collection, which is part of the permanent collection.


Exhibitions:

Crossroads: Book Artists’ Impassioned Responses to Immigration, Human Rights and Our Environment
May 8 – Sept. 5, 2021
(more information)

“As Her Mind Collapsed, I Was Awakened”: The Rugs of Ann Clarke
Through June 13, 2021
(more information)

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