Arts

Burlington County is home to many exhibits that feature Fine Arts and Photography from all over the region.

View the upcoming Arts and Culture programs and register online!

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Burlington County Residents 60 years old and older are invited to submit their original work to the 2022 Senior Citizen Juried Art Contest and Exhibition! 


 Any Burlington County resident, age 60 or over, may submit ONE ENTRY completed within the last 3 years. The artwork must be the original work of the applicant.  Submission is FREE for 2022.

Submission Deadline: May 30

Registration Form


Mail to:

OOA 

Re: 2022 Senior Art Show 

PO Box 6000 

49 Rancocas Road 

Mount Holly, NJ 08060 




 

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Programs

A variety of programs and exhibits are offered throughout the year.
  • Arts After Dark
  • Framing Classes
  • Workshops
  • Emerging Artist Exhibits
  • Seasonal Exhibits
  • Annual Juried Art Exhibit
  • Teen Arts
  • Peer Poetry Workshops

Burlington County Local Arts Grant

Supporting The Arts in Burlington County

The Burlington County Board of County Commissioners is pleased to announce the 2023 Local Arts Grant.

 The Local Arts Program (LAP) provides funding to local arts organizations from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (NJSCA)/Department of State, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts. General Operating Support and Special Projects grants are available to qualified organizations. 

 A panel consisting of professional individuals involved in the arts (peer panelists) will review the applications for LAP funding. This process is based on the perceived quality of the proposed programming, and the anticipated value to the community. The Burlington County Board of County Commissioners will then approve and re-grant some or all of the funding to individual group applicants for the implementation of their programs.   

Sign up to be notified when the 2023 Application is available


Grant Application Workshop (video)

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Dancer with easel at Smithville Park