About the Cranbury Arts Council
The Cranbury Arts Council provides arts-oriented programs, workshops, and performances aimed at enriching the cultural experiences of our community and keeping the creative spirit alive in ourselves and our children. Our mission is to foster, support, educate, inspire, and promote artists and art appreciation in our community. The Arts Council is a non-profit, volunteer organization. Our funding is provided by donations and a bi-annual fundraising event.
2021 Summer Camp Update
Unfortunately, due to many different COVID related safety issues, we will not be holding our usual summer camps again this year. We are working with the Cranbury School to find a way to hold our Musical Theater Camp (we will be performing Disney's Frozen Kids!) under a large tent on the blacktop area with reduced numbers and reduced hours. All NJ State COVID guidelines and all CDC COVID guidelines will be strictly enforced. Our tentative dates are July 12, 2021 - July 23, 2021, Monday through Friday from 9:00am - 12:00pm. Cost to attend camp and registration dates will be announced soon. Please check back often!
Grassi Lakes,Banff, Canada - by artist Lisa Walsh
This Month at Gourgaud Gallery
Cranbury's Town Hall, and therefore our Gourgaud Gallery, are both closed until further notice.
We are still uncertain if we will be able to run our camps in 2021 but we are currently working to find some creative solutions! Please check back soon for more details.
Excellence in the Arts Award
Our 2021 application is now open! Deadline for submission is April 15, 2021. Please visit our Excellence in the Arts Award tab for more information and the link to the application. Congratulations to our 2020 Award winners, Kate Liggio and Conrad Hall. Please see the Excellence in the Arts Award tab to view their bios!
Louise Palagyi, "Brainerd Lake"