he Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University is delighted to host the 2023 New Jersey Arts Annual and to welcome the public to this state-wide juried exhibition sponsored by New Jersey State Council on the Arts (NJSCA). “Mother Nature vs Human Nature: The Inequity of Climate Resilience.”
Through this exhibition, the public will gain a profound understanding of the interconnection between life and the disturbances related to the climate. The artists have presented a renewed sense of responsibility for action.
With 825 artworks submitted, 103 artists selected to participate. This year, the exhibition is located at both the Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University in Atlantic City and the Noyes Gallery at Kramer Hall in Hammonton.
'Alchemy of Adornment' invites visitors to revel in the enchanting worlds of Philadelphia-based artist and educator Amber Cowan. Cowan transforms American-pressed glass into exuberantly adorned diorama-like wall installations and free-standing sculptures using the centuries-old techniques of glassblowing and flameworking. She masterfully remelts and sculpts cullet (factory scrap glass) to create new elements and blends them with found, sought, and donated antique glass. Her lush assemblages lure the viewer into fanciful narratives rich with symbolism and themes of transformation, femininity, and nostalgia.
View her work in the Museum of American Glass at WheatonArts from April through December 2023. Plan your visit at wheatonarts.org.
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Meet the artists and see their artwork during the closing reception of this year's New Jersey Arts Annual exhibition at Stockton University Kramer Hall in Hammonton. Food, refreshments, and live music will accompany the afternoon event.
American Public Gardens Association - APGA
We are looking toward "New Horizons" as we embark upon the planning for the 2023 Annual Conference
This year's Annual Conference will occur in early June in an effort to get ahead of the Texas heat! Additionally, in an effort to respect our members' desires for a shorter conference, we will provide optional tours and workshops on Monday, June 5th, followed by three session-packed, inspirational conference days Tuesday, June 6th - Thursday, June 8th.
This year's conference will not be available virtually, we will return to offering in-person only in an effort to streamline Association resources and planning
As our nation continues to struggle with polarizing issues and an unstable economy affecting all of us in different ways, the American Public Gardens Association remains focused on how to keep our public horticulture industry resilient and thriving amid such political turmoil. Supporting all of our Member gardens equitably is what we do at the Association no matter where our Members are located across the country or the globe, regardless of the policies and laws of that state or region.
We remain committed to hosting the 2023 Annual Conference in Ft. Worth and Dallas, Texas, with hundreds of our Member gardens as we highlight and celebrate the wonderful public gardens throughout the state.
American Library Association
The American Library Association invites you to attend/exhibit and meet face-to-face with more than 12,000 librarians from around the country at ALA's Annual Conference & Exhibition - exhibit dates: June 23-26, 2023, in Chicago, IL. //// Following the strong return to face-to-face events for ALA, the Annual Conference in Chicago promises to be a blockbuster. The largest in person library event in the world and largest book event in North America, ALA Annual is not to be missed.
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Association of Nature Center Administrators
THE ANCA ANNUAL SUMMIT provides the unique experience of connecting with other nature and environmental learning center administrators in person. There is no better way to discuss and share your questions, challenges, and lessons learned than directly with your peers at this empowering event. The 2023 Summit will take place August 21-25 at The Ecology School in Saco, Maine. Please check our website later for more information.
For more information, please call 435-787-8209.
American Association for State and Local History
AASLH2023: “I, Too, Am America
The 2023 conference theme “I, too, am America” is inspired by Harlem Renaissance poet Langston Hughes’s 1926 poem “I, Too” where he stakes his claim on the evolving promise of an inclusive nation by stating “I, too, am America.” His demand tests the promise of the preamble. His poem demonstrates that, despite the country’s segregated society and exclusion of Blacks from the American identity, as a Black man, Hughes was also an American. The 2023 AASLH Annual Conference theme draws on the broadening concept of American identity that is found in Making History At 250: The Field Guide for the Semiquincentennial
Our 2023 conference is a call for an engaging examination of identity through creativity, innovation, and compelling discussion. From women’s suffrage in 1896 to the Native American struggle for civil and human rights to the preservation and interpretation of Japanese internment camps to the ever-evolving demographics, Idaho reflects the ongoing discussion of American identity. Join us in Boise as we gather and explore our collective identity.
South Carolina Federation of Museums
The South Carolina Federation of Museums invites you to participate in our annual conference, September 20-22, 2023, hosted by the Lexington County Museum with support of the Town of Lexington.
The annual SCFM conference provides an opportunity to museum professionals, volunteers, and advocates alike to promote education, networking, and advancement of museum best practices. Whether a past exhibitor or first time attendee, we're excited to have you join us for our three-day conference event
We love our exhibitors!!
For a $300 registration fee, exhibitors will receive one table space in our exhibitor's area, a full conference registration for one attendee (including meals), and inclusion in SCFM web and social media promotion for conference. For each additional booth representative (up to 3 total), pricing increases the amount equivalent to a full conference registration
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