Discover the road less traveled in Salem County, NJ! Salem County is located in the southwestern corner of New Jersey, within driving distance of several major metropolitan areas, but you won’t find the hustle and bustle here. With over 140,000 acres of preserved natural and farmland, you can escape the hustle and bustle of city life. Locals value our rich history, agricultural identity, and lively arts scene. Leave the urban sprawl behind and come visit our museums, explore our parks and nature preserves, and shop our markets for locally grown produce. Unwind, reconnect, and enjoy our small-town atmosphere.
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Gospel Folk Concert & Art Exhibit at Appel Farm to feature Iconic Salem Church Photographs by Amber Ayars Annual Gospel Folk Concert and Art Exhibit returns to Appel Farm Arts and Music Center.
Up to three boxes (copy paper size) accepted. Salem County residents only. Please view post for details
2024 HHW Collection dates will be April 20 and October 19.
We are looking for a few more local photographers, both hobby & professional, to showcase Salem County from unique perspectives. Please view post for more details.
Please view this post to view and download Scavenger Hunt information. Have fun and be creative!
In 2023, we are celebrating 15 years of presenting juried art tours in Salem County. As part of this celebration, we rebranded the tour which is now called the Salem County Art Tour. More than 40 artists, working in all corners of Salem County will share their...
Historic Property Reinvestment Program is now accepting applications for Regular Projects through August 15, 2022.
The 2023 Re-grant Program applications for both Arts and History are now available! Here you will find the information to determine whether your organization is eligible to participate in the grant program.
The New Jersey Community Stage Relief Grant Program is a grant program that provides grants up to $300,000 to for-profit establishments that organize, promote, produce, manage, or host live events or performances by performing artists.