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The New Jersey Mayors Committee on Arts and Culture is a statewide initiative to increase communication and share information with municipal leaders about the many ways arts and culture improve community life.

To receive News You Can Use each month and other benefits of the NJ Mayors Committee on Arts and Culture (e.g., funding resources, arts ordinance library, and virtual convenings), please click here.


Arts & Public Health Partner to Promote COVID Vaccination

Young Audiences partners with Trenton Health Team to promote vaccine awareness among youth. 

Contact Michele Russo at Young Audiences for more information


Camden City Residents Tell Their Stories in Photos on Abandoned Buildings

Photographer Erik James Montgomery’s ongoing series, “Camden is…Bright Not Blight” aims to put new faces and vocabulary to the city’s story. 

Contact Erik James Montgomery at EJM Foundation for more information


Artists-in-Residence In Local Libraries

coLAB Arts partners with Somerset County Library System of New Jersey to place artists in Manville and Somerville branches introducing art as an avenue for community development and storytelling. 

Contact Dan Swern at coLAB Arts for more information

Mayor's Quote of the Month

"Public art is an important way to change the perception of our city, beautify our public spaces, and reclaim our environment and history." - Camden Mayor Vic Carstarphen, Jan. 14, 2022


The New Jersey Mayors Committee on Arts and Culture is presented by
the New Jersey State Council on the Arts and ArtPride New Jersey

ArtPride New Jersey Foundation
432 High Street, First Floor,  | Burlington, New Jersey  08016

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