MILLVILLE, NJ (June 22, 2017) – Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center will host an Antique + Artist Market on July 29, 2017. Over 40 antique dealers will set up booths located in the Event Center at WheatonArts. Attendees can expect to explore a wide selection of antique furniture, art, books, ceramics, glass, jewelry, linens, memorabilia, paper, toys, pottery, primitives, and vintage accessories.

Several WheatonArts’ resident and associated artists will display handmade work for sale throughout the WheatonArts campus during the event, including:

  • Ceramics artists Terry Plasket, Amy Peseller, Phyllis Seidner, and Tessa Peterzak
  • Glass artists Joe Mattson, Skitch Manion, Brian Reilly, Madeline Almeida, and Shawn McCollum
  • Flameworking artists Deborah DiMarco, Jennifer McPherson, Chris Coffman, Bill Futer, Susan Boyce, Scott Manns, and Charlyn Moellers
  • Paper and Photography artists Cherelle Oriolo and Sean Lawn
  • Clay artist Jennifer Vitale

The Antique + Artist Market will be open from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. during a Wheaton Wide Open weekend offering free admission. Wheaton Wide Open weekends are presented through the PNC Arts Alive initiative, through funding provided by The PNC Foundation. The award-winning Museum Stores, Museum of American Glass, Glass Studio and Ceramics Studio will be open during the event. Free family art activities will be available as well.

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PNC Arts Alive is a multi-year initiative of the PNC Foundation dedicated to supporting visual and performing arts groups with the goal of increasing arts access and engagement in new and innovative ways. The PNC Foundation, which receives its principal funding from The PNC Financial Services Group, actively supports organizations that provide services for the benefit of communities in which it has a significant presence. The foundation focuses its philanthropic mission on early childhood education and community and economic development, which includes the arts and culture.

WheatonArts strives to ensure the accessibility of its exhibitions, events, and programs to all persons with disabilities. Please provide two weeks notice for additional needs. Patrons with hearing and speech disabilities may contact WheatonArts through the New Jersey Relay Service (TRS) 800-852-7899 or by dialing 711.

Funding has been made possible in part by the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a Partner Agency of the National Endowment for the Arts, the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts and the New Jersey Cultural Trust. WheatonArts receives general operating support from the New Jersey Historical Commission, Division of Cultural Affairs in the New Jersey Department of State, and is supported in part by the New Jersey Department of State, Division of Travel and Tourism.