Hunterdon Art Museum delves into racial and political issues

June 10, 2021
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The Hunterdon Art Museum invites visitors to view three contemporary art exhibitions that explore some of the complex issues facing society.

Two explore past and present racial, social, and political issues through observations and personal stories and one looks at aging and dementia.

“It’s not always what people expect when they come to a small museum in a rural county,” said Marjorie Frankel-Nathanson, executive director of the museum, located in Clinton, N.J. “We show a lot of craft fields, and today artists working in those fields address the major (events) happening today.”

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