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Red Bank, NJ 07701

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The programs of Monmouth Arts are made possible in part by funds from the Monmouth County Board of Chosen Freeholders and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.

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MOCO ARTWALKS

WALKING TOURS OF MONMOUTH COUNTY'S 

ARTS DESTINATIONS 

Wooden Walls ArtWalk 

with Curator Jenn Hampton & Local Historian Kathy Kelly 

Thursday, June 18, 2020  | 6:00 - 7:30PM

Join us on this special edition ArtWalk in support of the Wooden Walls Project! Monmouth Arts, Wooden Walls, and Asbury Park Tour Company have teamed up to raise funds for the arts in our community, and to share the magic and creative spirit of Asbury Park.

ArtWalk includes:

  • Inside scoop behind select murals—from the curator herself!

  • Thrilling histories of the boardwalk’s past

  • Q&A with Curator Jenn Hampton and Local Historian Kathy Kelly

  • Plenty of drinks & bites

  • Meet & greet with a Wooden Walls mural artist

About Wooden Walls

The Wooden Walls Mural Project is a collaborative initiative that brings art to Asbury Park to enrich the socio-cultural and socio-economic landscape in a thoughtful way. By creating a conversation with local, national, and international artists, Sea Change draws attention to the creative spirit that is fundamental to Asbury Park. Wooden Walls uses the resources provided by a community that embraces creative endeavors and is appreciative of public art in order to promote the town’s reputation to this end. More info here.

 Previous ArtWalks 

WOODEN WALLS

August 2018

FREEHOLD

August 2017

SPRING LAKE

May 2018

MANASQUAN

July 2017

ASBURY PARK

November 2017

RED BANK

April 2017

 About MoCo ArtWalks 

MoCo (Monmouth County) Arts Corridor Partnership, a division of Monmouth Arts, is a creative place-making and promotion initiative that invites visitors who come for the beaches to stay for the art. Convened to tackle urgent tourism needs in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, the MoCo Arts Corridor Partnership works as a driving force in sustaining Monmouth County’s tourism, arts, and local business industries. Launched in 2016, MoCo ArtWalks offer a new perspective of the arts and cultural gems in Monmouth County. Bringing together arts, business, and community, each tour is designed to present an exclusive experience including behind-the-scenes looks, historical tidbits, and participatory opportunities across the region. 

 

MoCo ArtWalks take place rain or shine, unless there is an extreme weather event. In the case of a cancellation, refunds will be issued and the event will be rescheduled based on availability of participating partners. You will be notified on the day of the event via email.