Hunterdon Art Museum
The Hunterdon Art Museum’s mission to connect people to contemporary art, craft, and design in ways that education, challenge, and inspire.
The Hunterdon Art Museum, a center for contemporary art, craft and design, focuses on new and innovative work. The Museum exhibits work in all forms and mediums with the goal of creating dialogue, generating ideas, and sparking creativity. HAM has a particular interest in work that explores the intersection of art, craft and design and work that displays the qualities of craftsmanship while pushing the limits of the materials in innovative ways.
Founded in 1952 in rural New Jersey, the Museum is housed in an 1836 mill that is on the National Historic Register. The Museum’s nineteenth century stone building is a perfect foil for twenty-first century art. Visitors view the art in a unique space that enhances their experience. The Museum presents more than a dozen exhibitions and offers more than 200 studio courses annually.