Interview with Lace not Lace Curator Devon Thein — Part 2

The conclusion of our interview with Devon Thein, discussing Lace not Lace: Contemporary Fiber Art from Lacemaking Techniques, which opens this Sunday. You can read about the exhibition on our website.  Go here to read Part 1 of our interview. Were there any particular challenges you'd like to mention regarding putting this show together? One challenge is size! [Read More...]

2019-01-18T08:25:29-05:00September 28th, 2018|News|

Summer Camp Creation to Hang in County Library

This River Life Summer Camp creation will hang in the north branch of the Hunterdon County Library in Clinton. Pictured are (from left): Terry Edwards, north branch library manager; Joan Gavornik, HAM education coordinator; and Anita Genovese-Mahoney, who taught the River Life Summer Camp. Eight students from HAM's River Life: Paint, Sculpt, Print [Read More...]

2018-09-07T14:26:35-04:00September 7th, 2018|News|

Terrace Named To Honor Artist Toshiko Takaezu

Toshiko Takaezu working in her studio. When renowned ceramic artist [Read More…]

2018-03-25T14:27:20-04:00July 22nd, 2016|News|

Interview with Artist Diana González Gandolfi

In her solo exhibition at the Hunterdon Art Museum, Diana González Gandolfi explores the life experience of being uprooted and moving among various cultures throughout the world. Her paintings and prints featured in Navigated Territories are autobiographical and are part of a series that focuses on memory, identity and place.  González Gandolfi recently took a few minutes to discuss [Read More...]

2018-03-25T10:58:36-04:00June 17th, 2016|News, Artists|

Interview with Jeanne Brasile, Through the Lens Curator

Lorrie Fredette, Imperfect Distribution, 2015, beeswax, tree resin, muslin, brass, nylon line. Photo credit: Jeff Drucker. Through the Lens, one of the Hunterdon Art Museum's current exhibitions, highlights the work of artists Lorrie Fredette and Gianluca Bianchino and features site-specific installations inspired by technology and rooted in nature and scientific discovery. Bianchino’s work investigates [Read More...]

2018-03-25T10:58:36-04:00February 3rd, 2016|News, Artists|

HAM it Up! Family Fun Day of Free Art Is Feb. 10

Spend some quality family time creating cool art projects at the Hunterdon Art Museum’s sixth annual free community day, HAM It Up!, on Sunday, Feb. 10 from 1 to 4 p.m. Projects this year encourage families to explore art from around the world: make a Daruma doll, try some Ghana-inspired Kente cloth paper weaving, try [Read More...]

2019-03-05T15:38:14-05:00January 15th, 2016|News|

City Sidewalks: A Hunterdon Art Museum Pop Up Dinner

Hunterdon Art Museum Pop Up Dinners are unique experiences every time. We source local ingredients, from incredible growers and produce a complete multi-course gourmet meal based on a selected theme. We promise, it will be an experience to remember! Enjoy a wonderfully imaginative dining experience in an intimate setting. You'll enjoy incredible food, perfectly prepared [Read More...]

2018-03-25T10:58:36-04:00October 24th, 2015|News|