Art Association of Roxbury Exhibition

Gallery A
May 24 – June 29
Reception Thursday June 14 6-8 pm

The Visual Arts Gallery at County College of Morris (CCM) will host an exhibit by the Art Association in Roxbury (AAR), featuring the work of numerous local artists.

The AAR is a nonprofit organization that was formed 1965 to further the appreciation of and increase interest in the fine arts within the community. The group is located in Succasunna and most of its members reside in Morris and Sussex counties. The AAR’s membership includes artists of all levels of experience, from amateur to professional, as well as art patrons.

For more information on AAR programs, workshops and exhibits, visit For sales, contact Mike Dziomba at or 973-518-0559

CCM Art & Design Summer 2018 Portfolio Class Exhibition

Gallery B
June 1 – June 28
Reception Monday June 18, 6-8 pm

The CCM Art & Design Gallery will host an exhibition by students of the Summer Portfolio course of the County College of Morris Art & Design Department. The Portfolio class represents the summation of all of a student’s work from two years of creative studies at the college. Students exhibiting this summer are from the Fine Art and Design programs.

The Portfolio courses help the student to critique, improve and select their best work, to create effective presentations, to create written documents for the marketing of creative work to galleries, museums, and prospective clients, and to document and present portfolios for transfer to four-year colleges and universities.


New Jersey Art Association Exhibition

July 3 – August 23
Reception Thursday July 18 6-8 pm
Gallery A & B

The NJ Art Association (originally called the Millburn-Short Hills Art Center), is one of the oldest art associations in New Jersey. It was formed in 1940 as a not for profit organization with simple purposes.
NJ Art Association encourages art education and appreciation; commends the work of its members and other individuals and arts groups; offers opportunities for growth in the arts and the development of local talent, and sponsors programs by highly qualified presenters for its members and the community.

Most NJ Art Association members are visual artists — amateurs and professionals and whatever is in between — who share those goals and a love of art. In addition to mounting their own exhibitions and demonstrations, the center’s members join together several times a year to show their work in such venues as the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn and the Mayo Center for the Performing Arts in Morristown as well as libraries, hospitals, community centers and corporate offices.

For more information, contact Mike Dziomba at 973.518.0559