Join Perth Amboy Artworks for Live at the Ferry Slip Music Series. Dates include Saturdays June 18, July 16, August 13 and September 10 from 7-9pm. Enjoy great live music, beautiful views of Raritan Bay, and hang out at the Historic Perth Amboy Ferry Slip at 300 Front St. Free and all ages. Grant funding has been provided by the Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners through a grant award from the Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund.
Perth Amboy Artworks presents 5 catch basin murals in celebration of Earth Day. Artists have been busy painting catch basin murals to raise awareness about our stormwater infrastructure. Keeping these street drains clean is important for protecting our water and preventing flooding. The Perth Amboy Youth Alliance and local residents have adopted these catch basin murals and are volunteering to keep them clean from litter and debris.
On Earth Day, take a field trip and visit the 5 featured catch basin murals. Catch Basin Mural locations include Smith St and Goodwin St by artist Sarai Lourdes, Water St and Lewis St by artist Marcelino Garcia, State St and Broad St by artist Ariana Febles, Market St and Madison Ave by artist Albertus Joseph, and Smith and High St by artist Jonathan Horowitz. Locations are on the map in red.
Help us make 2022 the best come back year ever for the Arts in Perth Amboy! Murals, Film Festivals, Pop Up Shops, Art Shows and Music Series all are possible with your support! Read more about giving.
The Home News Tribune has reviewed on numerous occasions Perth Amboy Artwork’s events as Top Things To Do in Central Jersey. Your support expands our ability to use Arts and Culture to stimulate economic and community development to help revitalize Perth Amboy.
Contributions are 100% tax deductible. More than 70% of funds raised go directly to programs and supporting artists.
Thank you so much for your support and for giving the gift of the Arts!
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Perth Amboy Artworks invites you to celebrate the Nativities with a Parranda featuring Puerto Rican Cultural Group Segunda Quimbamba. A Parranda is the Puerto Rican version of caroling with traditional songs and instruments. Meet at 7pm on Wednesday December 15 in Bayview Park on Water St and end at City Hall on High St in Historic Perth Amboy, NJ. Route TBA. Free and All Ages. Email an RSVP Now. or RSVP on Facebook.
Grant funding has been provided by the Middlesex County Board of County Commissioners through a grant award from the Middlesex County Cultural and Arts Trust Fund.