Sundays, April 12 - May 17: GREETINGS FROM BERTRAND ISLAND AMUSEMENT PARK.
January 1-December 31: PASSAGE TO PROGRESS. The Morris Canal and The Transformation of Lake Hopatcong
January 1-December 31: FAMOUS FOLKS. Featuring former Lake Hopatcong Residents Hudson Maxim, Lotta Crabtree and Joe Cook
January 1-December 31: SIMPLER TIMES AT LAKE HOPATCONG. From the days of the Morris Canal, local mines, and the ice industry, Lake Hopatcong transformed to a resort, spurred by the two major railroads which served and promoted it.
Sundays, April 12 - May 17: JEWEL OF THE MOUNTAINS. The Great Hotel Era at Lake Hopatcong
April 1-November 30: THOMAS NAST'S POLITICAL ANIMALS. Nast popularized the images of the donkey and elephant to represent the Democratic and Republican parties respectively. He also used the tiger to represent the Democratic party, select politicians and positions. Nast developed his political party symbolism over his 25-year career at Harper's Weekly, during which he covered six presidential elections
September 1-September 30: WOODLAND CREATURES, MAGICAL AND OTHERWISE. Beth Rosenburg, felted animals; Karen Klein, clay sculptures and diorama: Annie Graybill, wildlife photography. Come see our mixed media show featuring an enchanted landscape where one may find an Oreo hoarding raccoon, a silly dragon, or a waterfalls that sparkles with magic. Rules don't apply here! Cards will be available with a 10% discount for any one item of Beth's, Annie's or Karen's during the month of September. Reception Sept. 9
September 1-March 31: W. CARL BURGER. in honor of the late artist's persisting legacy and impact on both the museum and New Jersey arts.
September 15-February 4: FROM FLAME TO FLOWER. The Art of Paul J. ?Stankard, one of the most influential artists to emerge from the Studio Glass movement.
October 1-January 7: 2023 MEMBERS EXHIBITION.
October 1-January 7: PHILLIP ADAMS: LEAVE NO TRACE. Charcoal, graphite, and acrylic on wood panels explore ideas related to nature and our impulses to control, reshape, and even destroy the landscapes and environments we play stewards of.
October 1-January 7: TAKING SHAPE. Marsha Goldberg's paintings on paper and Andrew Zimmerman's painted wood sculptures
October 1-January 7: AHRONG KIM: OVER THE PAPER PLANE. Ceramics work based on psychological observations that are representative of voices we all hear inside.
October 6-February 18 • FRAMING NATURE’S PARADOX. The exhibition explores the intersection of contemporary practice with keen observation of the natural world and human nature through the works of two acclaimed artists, Neil Jenney and Donald Sultan. Framing Nature’s Paradox features 27 works including rarely seen pieces from across both artists careers and new pieces by Neil Jenney (Texting and Talking, 2023) and Donald Sultan (Mimosa, 2023).
October 14-November 17: RETROSPECTIVE: HARVEY FEIN. This exhibition showcases the evolution of Harvey Fein's creations throughout his wood working career.
October 20-November 26: 10TH ANNUAL NEW JERSEY HIGHLANDS JURIED ART EXHIBIT. Artists will show works featuring the landscapes, flora, fauna, natural, cultural, or historic resources of the Highlands region.
October 28-January 21: LUCIA MONGE: WHILE A LEAF BREATHES (MIENTRAS UNA HOJA RESPIRA). The duration of an exhale and on the kind timescales that grow soil. Stomata become portals through which to let go.
October 28-January 21: KENDALL BUSTER: WHAT BLOOMS. An exploration into notions of place and body through the language of the architectural model.
October 28-January 21: YOU COME TO LIFE. Two artists whose work gives form to stories and histories of places remembered, imagined, and dreamt.