Introducing a New "Collaborative Program" to bring the ARTS to others in the community and to help build a better awareness, education and appreciation for the ARTS in our region. These unique Performing & Visual ARTS Programs will invite "Other GROUPS" to participate as the Foundation funds special Performing & Visual ARTS Events in the region.
Schultz-Hill Foundation Supports PUBLIC ART
A new brighter entrance greets visitors at the Atlantic City Library, thanks to a grant from the Schultz- Hill Foundation. In cooperation with the Atlantic City ART Foundation, the Schultz-Hill Foundation commissioned renowned local artist Edwin Rivera to paint the plain looking parking bollards at the Atlantic City Library between City Hall and the Atlantic County Building. Rivera painted bright, happy designs of students, colors and inspiring words, creating a new bright and artistic Entrance to a public area for residents, workers and tourists alike.
Click here to see more photos from the Public Art Gallery project.
Bay Atlantic Symphony Trumpeters Featured in Free Boardwalk Concert
Local residents and visitors enjoyed a free concert courtesy of our Arts Outreach Program, on Sept. 16, 2018 at Bartram Avenue and the Boardwalk in Atlantic City, N.J. Trumpeters Brian Cook and Malcolm McDuffee performed live before an appreciative audience. Music ranged from classical to jazz. Following the performance, there was a Q&A session.
For photos from the concert, click here.
The Schultz-Hill Foundation was proud to partner with the CRDA to bring the 2017 Atlantic City Boardwalk Music Series to Kennedy Plaza in front of Boardwalk Hall. These free concerts were enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.
The Atlantic City Ballet is one of the recipients of funding from the Schultz-Hill Foundation. For more information on the Atlantic City Ballet, visit www.acballet.org.
For a glimpse of our inaugural event, see the photo gallery below.