The mission of Atlantic County Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs is to develop countywide programs and promote public interest in local and county history, in the arts, and in the cultural traditions of the community.
40 Farragut Avenue
Mays Landing
New Jersey
United States
+1 (609) 625-2776 ext. 6314
+1 (609) 625-8143

Department of Administration

Office of Cultural and Heritage Affairs

Teen Arts Festival

Registration fees have been waived for 2024

The one-day Teen Arts Festival returns to Downtown Hammonton for 2024 on Wednesday, May 8! Any teen from throughout Atlantic County is invited to display their talent, meet with professionals in the field and attend hands-on workshops.
The Atlantic County Teen Arts Festival is part of a statewide multidisciplinary program in the fine and performing arts. It has been available to young people in Atlantic County in varying formats since 1969. Open to any student in public or private school, as well as home-schooled students and those who are involved in extra-curricular private instruction, the program encompasses activities in dance, theater, vocal music, instrumental music, film, photography, creative writing and the visual arts.

We again will be collaborating with Stockton University, the Noyes Museum/Stockton, MainStreet Hammonton and many other organizations within the Hammonton Arts District in 2024!

Come Join Us!

We encourage area artists, teachers, school administrators and parents of teens active in the fine and performing arts to work with us to provide an even wider range of programs and opportunities for the Atlantic County Teen Arts Program. Your comments and ideas are welcomed. Please contact the Atlantic County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs at (609) 909-7309.

[Logo for the New Jerset State Council on the Arts Est. 1966]
Made possible by funds from the Atlantic County Office of Cultrual & Heritage Affairs, a partner of the New Jersey Council on the Arts.

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