Raise a Glass to These December Workshops for Adults
The Hunterdon Art Museum has several workshops planned for adults in December, including two that encourage you to discover the joys of working with glass.
Check out what's coming up and register via our website today!
The Art of Glass Fusing with April Anderson:
Learn the fun and fascinating art of glass fusing. You will design and create several pieces of art and/or jewelry from a variety of colors, shapes and sizes of fusible glass. This workshop for adults and teens, ages 16 and up, runs on Saturday, Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. Join Us!
Wine Glass Painting with Linda Schroeder:
Our wine glass painting workshop is a fabulously fun way to create your own set of fancy or whimsical glasses either for yourself or for the perfect holiday gift for someone. Workshop is Friday, Dec. 8 at 6 p.m. All materials provided. For adults and teens, ages 16 and up. Cheers to learning more!
Friday Night Figure Study:
Join us on Dec. 8 at 6:30 p.m. for our open studio where you can draw or paint from a model. All sessions include short and long poses. Models vary from week to week; male or female, clothed or nude, based on availability. All skill levels welcome. For adults and teens, ages 18 and up. Register!
Our Pop-Up Dinner: City Sidewalks
WHEN: Saturday, Dec. 2 at 6 p.m.
WHERE: Hunterdon Art Museum, 7 Lower Center St., Clinton
COST: $100 per person, and reservations can be made by visiting our website or calling 908-735-8415.
Enjoy an unforgettable five-course dinner of classic holiday flavors at the Museum.
Learn more and reserve your space here!
Chef Mia Emerson of 15 Landsdowne Catering is working her culinary magic to create a menu of fabulous holiday fare including a New England oyster stew, roasted squash and gingerbread salad, and porchetta. (There's also a vegetarian option for the main course.) The evening ends with a delicious Panettone bread pudding. You can take a peek at the full menu here!
This pop-up dinner, titled City Sidewalks, seats only 30 guests and is filling up quickly, so early reservations are strongly encouraged.