Smithville Mansion Annex Gallery

The crown jewel of the Burlington County Parks System, Smithville Park was once a thriving company town founded in the 1800s by Hezekiah B. Smith, an inventor, entrepreneur and politician who lived in the stately mansion that remains on the property.  The annex gallery is located upstairs inside the mansion and is open during exhibits weekly, Thursday - Sunday. 

The Smithville Mansion, Annex Gallery and all Burlington County Art Galleries are closed at this time, due to COVID-19 restrictions.


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We welcome you to enjoy this spectacular exhibit brought to you by the exceptional student artists from the Burlington County 2020 Teen Arts Festival which was held on March 4th and 5th at the RCBC Mt. Laurel campus. For this exhibit, professional adjudicators selected works of art from over thirty schools and thousands of students. Painting, drawing, mixed media, three dimensional, photography and digital art were all accepted disciplines at the festival. This show which was scheduled to be on display at the Annex Gallery in Smithville Park has been entirely digitized and for the first time put online for your viewing pleasure. Selections also include works chosen to move on to the NJ State Teen Arts Festival which will now be digital, and the the NJ Teen Arts traveling showcase! Traveling showcase may also be digital, but we will update you as soon as we know. Thanks to all of the teachers, parents and students! Without all of you, none of this would be possible. Special thanks to the Burlington County Board of Chosen Freeholders and Rowan College at Burlington County for their continued support and partnership. We look forward to seeing you all again next year! An online view of this exhibit is now available! 

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This exhibit featured nine exceptional artists of divergent styles but with connecting sensibilities and aesthetic. Their objective was to show the depth of the culture and scope of art existing and powering the African American community.

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