My Favorite Things at Clifton Arts Center


"Hot Night, Summer in the City" by artist and President of the Clifton Association of Artists Tom Dzubina

Event Dates: March 8th – April 29th, 2023

“My Favorite Things” Clifton Association of Artists

Contact: Roxanne Cammilleri, Clifton Arts Center, Director 973-472-5499

Tom Dzubina, Clifton Association of Artists, President 973-546-8977

The Clifton Arts Center presents “My Favorite Things” by Clifton Association of Artists from Wednesday, March 8th to Saturday, April 29th from 1pm-4pm. On Saturday, March 11th from 1pm-4pm there will be a Meet & Greet opening for all the artists. Awards will be presented at the meet/greet reception which will be given in various art categories. The gallery’s visiting days open to the public are Wednesdays through Saturdays 1pm-4pm. Note: General Office Hours: Monday-Friday: 8am-4pm. Call the Arts Center office for more information at: 973-472-5499.

This year’s theme by the Clifton Association of Artists showcases favorite things. A variety of art media such as oil, acrylic, pastels, photography, watercolor, and sculpture from amateur and professional artists are displayed. The artists are depicting a few of their favorite things like vistas of the New York skyline, cats, music whimsical rabbits and leprechauns and varied landscapes through their varied artworks. For example, the song “My Favorite Things” was composed by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. The song was performed in the well-known movie version of The Sound of Music sung by Julie Andrews. There are so many “favorite things” that we can appreciate. As visitors tour the gallery for this art exhibit at the Clifton Arts Center Gallery, they can start to wonder what some of their own favorite things are to appreciate.

The Clifton Association of Artists was established in 1963 by a group of twelve Clifton artists. The mission of the Association is to promote the advancement of art and culture in Clifton by creating an environment for the expression of the visual arts. Presently, the Association has artists that are uniquely talented in their own art styles and media. Since 1964, the Clifton Association of Artists is sponsored by the City of Clifton Recreation Department.

The Arts Center is located on the grounds of the Clifton Municipal Complex, near the Well Water on Well Road. Admission fee suggestion is three dollars. For more information check the websites at: or Like us on Facebook or follow us on Instagram.


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