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Ewing, NJ 08628
Art is a source for community and civic pride; it both engages people and it transforms lives. It adds richness and dimension to our lives. Art is a powerful and dynamic economic force that supports key businesses and tourism. It attracts and retains residents, consumers and other commercial interests and brings jobs and additional revenue. The Arts are essential to a quality education and help our children succeed as innovators and problem solvers in the 21st century workplace. This page lists organizations/commissions that are actively engaged in promoting the Arts in Ewing and some ongoing projects.
The Ewing Arts Commission is an appointed municipal body constituted as a non-profit organization. Its focus is to support, develop and expand the Arts. The goal is to foster freedom in expression of artistic growth and enjoyment within the community of Ewing Township through commitment and dedication. The Commission also maintains an independent website.
Art Has No Boundaries is a local community group that provides art programming at the Ewing Senior and Community Center and works with the Ewing Arts Commission to promote the Arts in Ewing.
The 1867 Sanctuary is a beautiful, 200-seat, gathering place for the community known for its excellent acoustics and serves as an impressive venue for concerts and entertainment. It offers a full concert series with Classical, Jazz, Folk and Contemporary musicians, as well as other events of interest to the local community. Sanctuary Events Calendar.
The building is the former First Presbyterian Church of Ewing at the bend on Scotch Road, restored through the efforts of local activists and Preservation New Jersey. Learn more about their work to serve as a cultural hub of the community and save a historic architectural and cultural gem that is the cornerstone of an equally historic three-century old cemetery including the graves of 39 Revolutionary War veterans within the crossroads of the American Revolution.
Location: The 1867 Sanctuary is located at “the bend in the road” at 101 Scotch Road.
Mailing Address: Preservation New Jersey, 1867 Sanctuary at Ewing, PO Box 7815, West Trenton, NJ 08628
HomeFront, a non-profit that works to to end homelessness in Central New Jersey, features art work by clients at their Family Preservation Center, a bright, airy studio filled with glorious paintings and intriguing sculpture. You may visit HomeFront’s ArtSpace Gallery at http://www.artspacenj.org/
Performing arts facilities include the Kendall Main Stage Theater, the Don Evans Black Box Theater, and the Mildred & Ernest E. Mayo Concert Hall.
Location: See Campus Map
Join their mailing list to stay informed about performance schedules.
TCNJ's Art Gallery presents six exhibitions annually, including curated exhibitions featuring nationally and internationally recognized artists, the annual senior BFA exhibition, faculty and alumni exhibitions, and a juried statewide K-12 art exhibition. All gallery exhibitions, artist talks, and educational programs are free and open to the public.
Location: first floor of the Art & Interactive Multimedia (AIMM) Building. Map
Hours: Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 12:00-7:00 p.m. Sunday 1:00-3:00 p.m. Look for special hours/closings during semester breaks.
Each month an art installation on the second floor of the Ewing Town Hall showcases the art of local residents. Look for monthly updates about the artists in the News and Announcements section of this website.
Provided through a partnership between the Ewing Arts Commission and local community arts group, Art Has No Boundaries.
The Ewing Artists' Directory was compiled by the Ewing Arts Commission and the Ewing Green Team in 2016. If you are one of the many Ewing artists or work in one of the arts’ fields and would like to be included in the directory, please complete the Arts Survey either online or by filling it out in PDF and mailing it to:
Ewing Green Team
Ewing Municipal Building
2 Jake Garzio Drive
Ewing, NJ 08628