AN UPDATE ON OUR ANNUAL BENEFIT
Frontline Arts has rescheduled the gala to Saturday, October 19th, 2019.
Due to transitioning to a new Executive Director, we have decided to shift the gala into the Fall in order to focus more resources on our search, programs, and community impact during this transition period.
We’re sorry to share this news of postponement, but we are looking forward to having an amazing October gala- we hope to see you there!
We’d like to extend a huge thank you to our sponsors for supporting our event and the new date!
Sit-down Dinner, Dessert & Donation Bar
Silent Auction & Wine Pull
Collaborative Story Creation
Spoken Word Storytelling
Private Viewing of Hunterdon Art Museum Galleries
Live Classical Violin Music
On October 19th, Frontline Arts will hold its annual benefit, STORIES, at the Hunterdon Art Museum to raise much-needed funding for our growing and nationally-recognized veterans' papermaking program that serves over 1500 veterans each year; community and educational papermaking programs; educational classes in non-toxic print & papermaking for adults and uniquely-abled communities; and so much more.
The event will engage our local communities and supporters as we honor Dennis X Murray, long-time Board member who has served his final term recently and advocate of the arts in New Jersey; the Rotary Club of Branchburg, comprised of incredibly devoted Branchburg community and veteran supporters; and Community Building Artworks and the USO of Metropolitan Washington-Baltimore, long-time partners of the Frontline Paper veterans’ papermaking project, our flagship program.
The benefit will be held inside the picturesque Hunterdon Art Museum, a former 19th century stone mill overlooking the Raritan River and Waterfall. Unique, gourmet foods will be served, inclusive of dessert. We will also have an incredible silent auction full of tantalizing items up for bid to benefit Frontline Arts’ programming, an interactive wine pull full of an array of lovely wines, and spoken word storytelling to saturate our minds. You will also have the opportunity to contribute to our highly collaborative story creation this evening, where on the large pages of our handmade and bound paper, you will be asked to contribute to the narrative of characters throughout the evening, creating a community story, bound by creation and full of adventure!
The indoor museum space will also be available for full private viewing of three floors of exhibitions, including:
cliff lee: ceramics on the first floor
mia brownell & martin kruck: painting and photography on the second floor
holly lee: jewelry on the second floor
members’ exhibition on the third floor
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:
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