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This year has brought tremendous changes in how we gather and visit museums. Thanks to your commitment, we've been able to continue sharing our art and performance with all our visitors.
Looking back, we had many great moments from launching New Jersey’s only Smithsonian Spark!Lab to starting our new partnership with Art in the Atrium. We have a lot to reminisce about and we will be posting highlights from the past year on Facebookand Instagram.
Thank you for the amazing support you've given us in 2021 and Happy New Year!
—Your friends at the Morris Museum
Holiday Week Hours: Plan Your Visit
We are open this week with extended hours through Friday, Dec. 31. from 11 am to 5 pm.
Come see the exciting special exhibitions Body Double: The Safarani Sisters or On and Off the Streets: Urban Art New Jersey. Or check out the newly on view installation, The Worlds of Walter Rossi, where the artist integrates movement into his sculpture creating theatrical presentations that evoke humor while engaging viewers in profound and often unexpected ways.
Note: Morris Museum is closed New Year's Day, January 1. Spark!Lab is closed through Tuesday, January 4, 2022. Masks are required for all visitors.
Museum gratefully acknowledges generous operating support from the
support for On and Off the Streets: Urban Art New Jersey is
provided by the Joseph Robert Foundation and Loop Colors.
Roya Khadjavi Projects is a supporting partner of Body Double: The Safarani Sisters. Exhibition support is also
provided by Nazgol and Kambiz Shahbazi, Adelson Galleries, Laya
Khadjavi and Hamid Biglari, Mohammad Ladjevardian, Lili Forouraghi,
and Titan Engineers.
Credits: LUV1, Garden State (Work-in-progress), 2021; Walter
Rossi (American; b. 1951, Italy). New York Skyline, 2000.
Metal, plastic, paper, motor with dimmer. On loan courtesy of the