Instructor:Jim Toia
Time:6 - 8 pm
Date(s):June 21, 2023
Tuition:$5 members, $10 non-members
Location:Hunterdon Art Museum
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We are delighted to introduce the Artist’s Crit, a new platform designed for artists to showcase their work and engage in group discussion. This exclusive event is in collaboration with The Hunterdon Art Tour (THAT).

Join us for our first session hosted by Jim Toia, Director of Community Based Teaching at Lafayette College and Executive Director of the Karl Stirner Arts Trail.

Open to HAM’s artist members, THAT participants, curators, and art writers, each session offers a unique forum for up to four artists to present three artworks each. The event structure facilitates a 5-minute artist introduction followed by a 20-minute constructive group dialogue. Come together for this informative evening filled with enriching conversations, wine, and cheese.

The Artist’s Crit is set to be a quarterly fixture, with future dates for our fall, winter, and spring critiques to be announced.

For artist members of HAM and THAT participants interested in presenting their work: once your registration is confirmed, you’ll receive an email with an exclusive link to submit your artwork for consideration.


Not a member? Purchase a membership during the registration process.

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