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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. 

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Art Meets Environment in Unique Outdoor Show

ArtCycle encourages art made with recycled material. The Metuchen Arts Council will provide old traffic signs (available in various shapes and sizes) to a select group of Middlesex County artists that will be recycled into works of art in both 2D and 3D to raise awareness of the importance of local land preservation for recreation. The artwork will be displayed on the main trailhead entrance to the Metuchen part of Middlesex Greenway.


Runnemede–Small Town with a Big Heart

Runnemede residents, council members, and special guests gathered to celebrate the successful completion of the town’s new mural project on September 15. The goal of this project was to create a visual landmark that would enhance a sense of community, attract visitors to strengthen the local economy, and give residents of Runnemede the opportunity to experience art daily. Councilwoman Eleanor Kelly read a proclamation by Assemblyman Bill Moen, in celebration of the mural as a first step in the revitalization of the Black Horse Pike Business District.

“Art Leads the Way” Panel at 2022 NJ League Municipalities Conference

Art leads the way to recovery, vibrancy, and community health. Learn about successful and innovative collaborations between municipal government and nonprofit arts groups and artists. Deputy Mayor of Asbury Park, Amy Quinn is the presiding mayor and moderator. Speakers include Aisha Glover of Audible, Inc., Carolyn Pozycki Torres of Perth Amboy Artworks, Samir Nichols of Superior Arts Institute in Camden, and Tracey O’Reggio Clark and Lindsay Erben of New Brunswick Cultural Center and Middlesex County Art Institute. Nov. 15, 2 pm, Room 416, Atlantic City Convention Center.


Mayor's Quote of the Month

"Paterson's arts community is unique and full of creative energy. They add value to our neighborhoods and engage Patersonians in celebrating and embracing our city's rich history." 

Mayor Andre Sayegh of Paterson, NJ

Silk City Select, a Walk_Bye public art exhibit at City Hall, September 2022.


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