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ARTsee Happening: Bee Inspired!


BERNARDS TWP., NJ - ARTsee Happening: Bee Inspired! Is a free event open to all ages from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, May 6 (Raindate: May 7). ARTsee, a local artists’ collective, in collaboration with the historic Ross Farm, invite all to join in an afternoon of art, art making, music and presentations at The Ross Farm, 135 N. Maple Ave., Basking Ridge. 

The day will feature a fine art and jewelry sale and scavenger hunt, interactive collaborative community artwork, live music, historical docents on site, art demonstrations, improv poetry, hikes, presentations and live raku firing. Plein air painters are welcome and picnics are encouraged!

Bee Inspired! Is an opportunity for all to have hands-on experiences with art, nature and music in the scenic, historical setting of The Ross Farm. Artwork in all mediums created by members of ARTsee available for purchase. Please consult for more information or call 908-696-0616.

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