Makers Alley Exhibition moves to Milford, New Jersey. This new location in the former Milford Bank building will provide another opportunity to experience the over 100 works of art. Photo Credit: Contributed
Makers Alley Hosts the 3rd Annual Juried Art & Artisan Exhibition to the former Milford Bank for January 28 - February 12, 2023
NEWSROOM POST: Milford, NJ
(MILFORD, NJ) – MAKERS ALLEY – an artisan and craft collective that supports makers creating works across all artistic disciplines and skill sets in the Delaware River Valley – is on the move to Milford, NJ. Its first step out in 2023 will be to tour its 3rdAnnual Juried Art & Artisan Makers Alley Exhibition to Milford, New Jersey. This new location in the majestic former Milford Bank building at 34 Bridge Street provides another opportunity to experience the over 100 works of art, sculpture and craftsmanship exhibited in Frenchtown, New Jersey last fall.
The Milford Edition of the 2022 exhibition will be on view January 28 through February 12 every Saturday and Sunday from 11am – 6 pm. Maker’s Alley invites the public to plan a visit to Milford to enjoy this charming river town, check out the artwork and attend the events and activities the collective will be staging while the exhibition is in place. One can expect to see a diverse exhibition of emerging and established talents from painters, sculptors, woodworkers, weavers, potters, photographers, metal workers, furniture and textile makers, and more.
On Saturday, February 4 at 12pm, Makers Alley will be hosting a meet-and-greet event at 34 Bridge Street in Milford for those interested in learning more about Makers Alley, talk with some of the artists who particpate in its explanding “artist to artist” programs and tour the new space. All are welcome. RSVPs are requested but not required. RSVP: email@example.com
The Makers Alley collective is in the proces of offering shared access to studio workshops and gallery spaces for multi-disciplinary working makers at the Art & Deign Center at 34 Bridge Street, Milford, NJ. Artists, artisans and creative business enterprises interested in exploring shared workspace and view a floorplan can visit: https://makersalley.org