About Arts in Bloom
Arts in Bloom is an event where artists from all over Salem County come together to share their studios with the public for a two-day, county-wide event. “Salem County Arts in Bloom”, the free two-day art event spans many locations throughout Salem County, NJ (towns such as Alloway, Canton, Elmer, Lower Alloways Creek, Monroeville, Pedricktown, Pennsville, Pittsgrove, Salem, and Woodstown).
Guests enjoy open studio and gallery tours featuring local artists, with activities including pottery demonstrations, painting, fiber arts, puppetry, and much more.
Each year we have at least 20 sites featuring more than 50 artists in a wide variety of media. This increasingly popular event offers visitors an opportunity to see the spaces where local art is created while exploring Salem County’s beautiful countryside.
Prior to the event, several locations throughout Salem County (and beyond!) will have printed brochures available for you to start planning your Salem County Arts in Bloom weekend tour.
For a printer-friendly version of the brochure, please click here.
If you would rather have a brochure mailed to you, please use our Contact Us page, and let us know in the comment box.
The next Arts in Bloom tour is scheduled for May 14 & 15, 2022.
2022 DIG INTO ART - FAMILY FUN
There are events and activities for children as well at our "Dig Into Art" venues.
#12 SCC GLASS CENTER
Participants will create a colorful translucent "stained class" votive candle holder that gives the appearance of stained glass. This activity is open to all under the age of 18 while supplies last.
#9 BUTTERFLY GYPSY STUDIO
Make your own jewelry.
#18 SALEM COUNTY ART LEAGUE
Try your hand at watercolor painting.
#23 SQUIRREL'S NEST ART STUDIO
Create your own rain stick.
#25 MILKHOUSE MAKERY - ART BY MEG LAMONT
Guests of all ages can create their own collages using stamps, old print materials, found natural objects, and other art tools. Take part in a collaborative community collage too!
#30 THIRD STAR FIBRE ARTISTS GUILD
Create your own "knitted" hat ornament.