The gallery features work by two member artists each month.
September • FEATURED ART OF THE MONTH. All artists are featured in celebration of the gallery’s fifteenth anniversary. Reception September 10.
October • FEATURED ART OF THE MONTH. Susan Bogen & Nancy Zarbock: Ceramics & mixed media
November • FEATURED ART OF THE MONTH. Karen Klein & Jane Voorhees: Diorama, Ceramics, Jewelry
December • FEATURED ART OF THE MONTH. Holiday Show by all artists.
September 25-January 8 • HEATHER UJIIE: FAIRYTALES, MONSTERS AND HYBRID CREATURES. Large-scale digital prints.
September 1 – December 31 • FASHION FOR THE FAR EAST: COLLECTING CHINOISERIE. Objects made in China and Japan and those created in Europe inspired by Asian design during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.
September 1-December 31 • THE GREAT PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CONTROVERSY OF 1876. Rutherford B. Hayes versus Samuel Tilden as described by Thomas Nast1pm - 4pm. Adults $8, Seniors and Students $6, Children 6-12 $4.
September 8-December 31 • HISTORY OF NJ DINERS. The Garden State’s favorite casual eatery through classic photographs and historical artifacts.
September 18-December 11 • JERSEY SPIRITS: PROHIBITION FROM FLAPPERS TO BOOTLEGGERS. Featured personalities include New Jersey governors, gangsters, bootleggers, temperance lobbyists, and suffragettes.
Permanent • THE HALL OF CHAMPIONS. The signature architectural space in the Arnold Palmer Center for Golf History celebrates every USGA champion and championship to date, housing all 13 USGA national championship trophies, while the names of every USGA champion are inscribed on bronze panels that encircle the room.
January 1-December 31 • MORE THAN A GAME. Exhbition focuses on how the creation of African-American golf clubs positively impacted the community, despite the pervasive prejudice and racism of the Jim Crow era. They founded institutions that celebrated the game, and their culture, setting a new standard for what a free and open society could be. The centerpiece is the story of William Bill Powell and the Clearview Golf Club. Founded in 1946 in East Canton, Ohio, Clearview is the only public golf course in the United States designed, built, owned and operated by an African American.