Read in The Black River Journal: Contemporary Conversations


The Hunterdon Art Museum is a local art space that tackles world-wide issues. Recent exhibitions addressed decolonization, racial justice, and proto-feminism — while also featuring whimsical structures, bright colors, and soft fabrics.

The Hunterdon Art Museum serves as a community art space that’s seen countless art, craft and design exhibitions and trained many local artists for the past seven decades. And with its thought-provoking exhibitions, it’s a facilitator for important conversations relevant to today’s ever-changing world…

Check out my latest article in the winter issue of The Black River Journal: “Contemporary Conversations: Exhibits at the Hunterdon Art Museum provide a space for community, learning and social change.”


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