Wednesday, June 28, 2017


Summer Workshops for Adults at HAM

WHERE: Hunterdon Art Museum, 7 Lower Center St., Clinton

Discover a hidden talent or brush up on your skills by joining us for a workshop at the Hunterdon Art Museum. We are offering a variety of workshops and classes that you're going to love. You'll learn a lot and have a blast doing it under the guidance of our faculty of artists and educators, professional storytellers, book and fiber artists.

Below are a few popular offerings, but to see everything, visit our website!

Painting: Pushing the Limits 
with Bascha Mon
WHEN: starts Saturday, July 8, 10 a.m.

Toss the rules out the window and throw caution to the winds in this class that encourages imaginations to soar! Students of all skill levels are welcome in this class that kicks off with a discussion on contemporary art as a springboard to create works in oils, acrylics and mixed media.  Students work on individual projects with guidance from the instructor. For adults and teens, 16 and up. Register

Wine & Design: Paint Party
with Linda Schroeder
WHEN: Friday, July 14, 6 p.m.

Drink creatively in this workshop that encourages you to discover your inner artist in a fun and creative atmosphere. Artist Linda Schroeder will walk you through the steps of creating your own painting on canvas.  No previous art experience is necessary. Ages 21 and up. Register

Drawing: Pastels, Charcoal, Pencil
with Lena Shiffman
WHEN: Sunday, Aug. 13, 10 a.m.

This one-day workshop introduces and builds upon fundamental drawing concepts that translate across mediums. Practice and experiment with your materials (pastel, charcoal and pencil) to learn what you like best and to develop your skills in drawing from observation. For adults and teens, age 16 and up. Register

Support Artistic Expressions Program Before June 30 Deadline

Support our Artistic Expressions program that helps adults with developmental disabilities before our June 30 deadline.

The Hunterdon Art Museum's Artistic Expressions program is so much more than a class. Through the program, students discover an avenue of multi-sensory stimulation, have the chance to enhance critical social skills by working with teachers and other students, and experience an open studio with close personal instruction and guidance from dedicated art teachers.

An open studio means it’s all about choice.  Students are presented with a variety of materials and are encouraged to express their own vision in this fun, supportive class. The instructor offers guidance on using the materials, but the students are in charge of making all the creative choices.

The benefits of the Artistic Expressions program are significant. Students show improvements in cognitive function; make significant progress in fine and gross motor skills including hand-eye coordination and dexterity. And they gain confidence by creating and completing their own unique works of art.
Simply put, Artistic Expressions touches lives in ways that are simple, yet profound.

We seek your help in supporting our Artistic Expressions program. To meet our fundraising goal, we need to raise $5,000 by June 30. We ask you to consider making a gift of $500, $100, $50 or whatever you can afford, to support this unique—and greatly needed—program.

Click here to donate, and please note in the message box that your generous gift is for Artistic Expressions.