Arts & Entertainment

Montclair Art Museum (MAM ) Truck to Participate in Roselle Park Loves Arts! Festival

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ROSELLE PARK, NJ - The “Roselle Park Loves Arts!” festival scheduled for Saturday September 24, is growing by the week says committee planners. 

Last week the Montclair Art Museum (MAM ) truck, a mobile open studio that brings art projects directly to festivals, was in Roselle Park for the communities car and art show. They offered children the opportunity to build a transformation mask, as part of a rolling art project that allows participants to drawn a picture of their favorite animal and some finger painting to the mask at each MAM truck stop. 

The MAM truck will return to Roselle Park along with a host of other great art projects for the festival. “We cannot wait to come back for the “Roselle Park Loves Arts” festival in September,” said Peg Kenselaar from MAM. 

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The event committee is currently looking for volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering, showcasing and displaying your art, or for more information about the festival, visit www.rplovesarts.org.

Below is a sample clip of some of the live entertainment from last years event.

 

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