Mega Model Trains
Through March 1, 2015 Extended through March 15!
Train enthusiasts will marvel at the spectacular 288-square foot interactive model train display. Popular features include a Polar Express Model Train.
Featuring over 20 puzzle stations, Museum Mind Benders will provide visitors of all ages hours of entertainment. Sponsored by the Walter F. & Alice Gorham Foundation.
Brick by Brick
Through March 15, 2015
This invitational exhibition features innovative works created by LEGO® artists, architects, and engineers who use LEGO brand building bricks to create some incredible art and architecture.
LEGO Model Train, live demos on Saturdays at 1:30pm
Image: David Haliski, Tide. Image courtesy of the artist.
Enjoy vintage dollhouses, miniature rooms, and children’s tea sets from the collection of the Morris Museum. Be sure to explore our eighteen room “dollhouse” display and a section of finely crafted miniatures.
New Jersey Craft Arts Annual
Accessorize: The Person and The Place
Through April 19, 2015
The theme of the 2015 NJ Craft Arts Annual invites visitors to explore the great variety of textures, materials, and techniques that are embraced and leveraged by New Jersey craft artisans to adorn the person or enliven one’s space.
Meet the Artists Panel Discussions: March 19, 6:00-8:00PM and April 10, 2:00-4:00PM FREE
This exhibition program is made possible, in part, by funds from the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, a partner agency of the National Endowment for the Arts.
Download a Digital Catalog of the exhibition here: 2015 Craft Arts Annual Catalog
Image: Thomas Ryder, Reflections (Man Made Beauty), blown and sculpted glass, 13.5×6.5×14, 2013. Image courtesy of the artist.
Masquerade: Masks from the Morris Museum Collection
Through April 19, 2015
Featuring more than 50 dynamic works, this exhibition examines how cultures worldwide have used masks to serve many purposes from entertainment to deception to protection.
The History of Picatinny Arsenal
Through May 31, 2015
Featuring text panels and photographs, this display teaches about the history of the United States Army Picatinny Arsenal and the role it has played in New Jersey since 1880. Picatinny Arsenal is the Joint Center of Excellence for Armaments and Munitions, providing products and services to all branches of the U.S. military. Nestled in the northern New Jersey skylands, a team of 5,000-strong specializes in the research, development, acquisition and life-cycle management of advanced conventional weapon systems and advanced ammunition.
Image courtesy of Picatinny Arsenal.
Pottery by Albert Green
For more than fifty years until his death in 1994, Albert Green produced works of genius that continue to influence the ceramic world today. Through years of experimentation and study, Albert was able to teach himself the intricacies of clay and glazes. Simple utilitarian forms – the bowl, the bottle, the plate – became Albert’s canvases, allowing him to concentrate on the interplay of color and design which graces the surface of every piece.