Thank you to everyone who supported, donated, or attended our annual fundraising benefit!
Please enjoy these photos, courtesy of Dennis Murray.
Honoring & Recognizing
Founder, Peter Chapin | Former Director, Patricia Franchino |
Frontline Paper Supporter, Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of
Johnson & Johnson | Dedicated Volunteer, Len Merlo
Sit-down Dinner, Dessert & Donation Bar
Silent Auction & Wine Pull
Handmade Paper Rosette Station
Spoken Word Performances from our Veteran Community
Private Viewing of Hunterdon Art Museum Galleries
Live Classical Music
The benefit will be held on the picturesque Terrace of the Hunterdon Art Museum, a former 19th century stone mill overlooking the Raritan River and Waterfall.
The indoor museum space will be available for full private viewing of two floors of exhibitions, including sculpture works by Katie Truk, photographs and collaborative works between the artist Mary Oestereicher Hamill and the homeless community, and a group show entitled, "Contemporary Perspectives in Printmedia," curated by Sheila Goloborotko.
Hunterdon Art Museum
7 Lower Center Street | Clinton, New Jersey
From Route 78 (East or West), take exit 15, and bear right onto Route 173 East. Turn left at the Exxon Station and Clinton House and go over the yellow bridge. The museum is the stone mill on the left on Lower Center Street. Parking is available in the municipal lot just past the museum on Lower Center Street on the right side.
The museum is an accessible facility with an interior elevator, ramp to the front entrance, and accessible restrooms. For a list of accessibility accommodations for the museum facilities and parking, please click here: Accessibility Services
American Legion Post 304
Benefactor of the Arts
Pat Feeney Murrell
Sustainer of the Arts
Gustav W. Friedrich
Anne M. Parsons
& a Thank You to our Keyholders and All of our Artist Membership!
Please note that tickets are non-refundable.
*Photo credit Hunterdon Art Museum: Dana Lane Photography
*Photo credit Banner Image of Ink and Pulp: Dennis Murray