Millburn Township is delighted to share its growing Public Art Program. The diverse public art offerings include: murals painted on brick, murals painted on wood, murals printed as vinyl banners, art printed as windows clings on parking kiosk shelters, artwork printed on window clings for vacant storefronts, metal fiber glass and other mixed media sculptures.

Many partners and funders have been instrumental in making the public art possible. New projects are managed and funded by Explore Millburn-Short Hills, the Special Improvement District (SID). To learn more about the individual public art pieces and the artists that have created them, please utilize the links below.  

Are you interested in funding public art? Are you an artist interested in designing a piece for our Public Art Program? Do you know of an existing piece of public art that is not listed on our Public Art Trail? Please contact Explore Millburn-Short Hills Marketing Director, Amanda Dean, via email marketing@exploremillburnshorthills.org or by cell (908) 838-8612.

Please Note: There are additional artists that will be added to our featured artist page including: Emily Konopinski of A Green Door Studio (floral mural), Carol Nussbaum (mandala window clings), CEDA (Ida mural banner), Postcard Mural and the Millwheel Mural.

This artwork was made possible by funds from the Essex County Division of Cultural Affairs, a partner of the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.