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Artist Panel Celebrating Local Female Artists
Reflections on the Creative Experience
Thursday, October 26, 7
Join us for a
captivating panel discussion featuring accomplished female artists
as they share their experiences and insights into the question of
how women assert their presence in the art world. Prior to the
panel, enjoy an exclusive tour of our exhibition, Taking Space:
Contemporary Women Artists and the Politics of Scale.
High School: Portfolio Review for Future Artists
Saturday, October 28, 12–4 p.m.
Join us for
Portfolio Review Day, where you can showcase your creativity and
get valuable insights on your visual art portfolios. Bring 12–20
pieces of your original work in any medium, from fine art to
digital creations, and receive personalized feedback from college
representatives and art school admissions officers.
Día de los
Muertos: A Night of Culture, Tradition, and Togetherness
November Free First
Thursday, November 2, 5–9 p.m.
Join MAM and Latinos of Montclair
in celebrating our first Free First Thursday of the season. This
vibrant celebration will feature live music, art activities, guided
tours, and delicious Latin cuisine - all in honor of Latino/x/é
Heritage Month. Don't miss this enchanting evening of culture, art,
Art's Untold Stories: A Conversation with Katy Hessel
Author Talk and
Sunday, November 5, 4:30 p.m.
an art historian, broadcaster, curator, and the author of The
Story of Art Without Men, will be at the Museum for a
book talk and signing. During her talk, Hessel will highlight
the powerful and long-overlooked stories of women and gender
non-conforming artists from all over the world.
to Art: A Journey Through Native American Heritage
Sunday, November 5, 1–4 p.m.
Together with the Montclair Public
Library, MAM has planned a celebration
of Native American heritage hosted by the new Judy Weston Garden
in Watchung Park. Join us for fun art activities, live
performances, and captivating stories that showcase Native American
history, art, and culture.
This is a free outdoor event being held at the
Judy Weston Garden at Watchung Park (Park Street near Watchung
Art: Two Days of Creative Discovery for Kids
November Camp @ MAM
Mixed Media Mashup: November 9–10
child’s creativity while school is out! Sign up for MAM's two-day
mixed media art camp. Spots are available for kids ages 6–8 and
9–12. Campers will experiment with a variety of creative
activities that involve combining different art materials and