MILLBURN, NJ - Starting tomorrow and running through the end of the month, Millburn Library will play host to the 21st annual Millburn/Short Hills Art Advisory Committee (AAC) Landmarks Art Show.
21 years ago, MIllburn accepted the National Art and Humanities Challenge, in order to dedicate a community exhibit of and for their Community’s Fine Artists . The town's ”Landmarks“ art exhibit was born from that challenge.
This year, according to Laraine Barach, the MIllburn Library Gallery was selected for exhibitions.
As part of the exhibit, award-winning artists with ties to the Millburn/Short Hills Community have been creating artwork especially for the Landmarks show, and for the AAC in general for over two decades.
The 2019 exhibit includes 14 artists and combines a diverse group of artistic mediums, including sculpture, art glass, painting, ceramics and photography.
Additionally, the library will also display artwork from their Permanent Township Collection in the exhibition.
Barach noted that the artworks will span the gap between classic art and more contemporary 21st century contemporary art.
The landmarks exhibit is free to view, and will run from Oct. 1-30, 2019 at the Millburn Library Gallery. The library is located at 200 Glen Ave. in Millburn.