The Hunterdon Art Museum in Clinton, N.J., is set to unveil three new exhibitions during an opening reception from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday, May 21.
“Claybash 2023” explores contemporary ceramics, “Nona Hershey: In the Cloud” shows watercolors that represent the pervasiveness of digital technology, and “Monica Ong: "Planetaria" displays the intricate confluence of poetry and visual art within the ancient Chinese cosmos. Visitors will also have the unique opportunity to engage with the artists during talks held in the galleries.
Concurrently, the museum will be hosting a 70th anniversary block party on its Toshiko Takaezu Terrace. The festivities will begin at noon with an Artful Sundays Showcase, where visitors can browse and shop art, craft, and design from local artists. At 2 p.m., live music from The RuffHaus Band, creative cocktails at ArtBar, and street tacos from Tia B’s Street Tacos food truck will be available.
For information about visiting, see hunterdonartmuseum.org.