The New Jersey Mayors Committee on Arts and Culture is a statewide initiative to increase communication and share information with municipal leaders about the many ways arts and culture improve community life.
ArtPride New Jersey, in collaboration with the NJ State Council on the Arts, has participated in the NJ League of Municipalities Conference since 2005 and hosted panel discussions on topics ranging from arts education to building partnerships that help achieve social justice, civic identity, public health and safety, and economic revitalization using cultural resources.
The NJ Mayors Committee on Arts and Culture extends that collaborative relationship to share information and best practices through this new network.
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Benefits of the Committee:
- Information on federal and state funding
- Arts ordinance library (i.e., forming arts commissions, public art, parklets)
- Economic impact of arts data
- Best practices
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June 22, 2023 Webinar
|Mary Jane Canose||Bernardsville|
|Paul Muir||Bethlehem Township|
|J. Christian Bollwage||Elizabeth|
|Kristine Morieko||Glen Rock|
|Michele Lee||High Bridge|
|Devra Keenan||Montgomery Township|
|Andrew Wardell||Neptune City|
|Daniel Pronti||North Arlington|
|Robert Uhrik||Rocky Hill|
|Josh Losardo||Scotch Plains|
|Jennifer Naughton||Spring Lake|
|Carol Sabo||West Cape May|
|Don Cabrera||Wildwood Crest|
|Amy Quinn||Mayor||Asbury Park|
|Cassandra Duffey||Borough Administrator||Collingswood|
|M. James Maley, Jr,||Mayor||Collingswood|
|Christine Goodman||Director||Jersey City|
|Steven Fulop||Mayor||Jersey City|
|Anita Voogt||Associate VP Strategic Partnerships||Long Branch|
|John Pallone||Mayor||Long Branch|
|Fayemi Shakur||Arts and Cultural Affairs Director at City of Newark||Newark|
|Lauren Goldfarb||Chairperson||Point Pleasant Beach|
|Paul Kanitra||Mayor||Point Pleasant Beach|
|Rick Kavin||Liaison for the City of Trenton||Trenton|
Perth Amboy Artworks recently produced five Catch Basin Murals for Earth Day. Read more at ArtPride New Jersey's blog, Voices from the Field.