Since 1977, the Perkins Center for the Arts has served southern New Jersey and beyond as a regional arts center. Perkins is based in Moorestown, New Jersey, in a 1910 historic Tudor residence and carriage building, as well as Collingswood, New Jersey, in a former printing mill.
The Perkins Center is a Major Presenting Organization providing free and fee-based arts programs that foster involvement, understanding, and communication among various audiences, according to the New Jersey State Council on the Arts.
It is overseen by a dedicated Board of Trustees and is managed by a professional staff of arts administrators. After its 1977 incorporation in Moorestown, it has expanded from a local community arts center to a regional arts center. They present programs that support and grow relationships with artists, students, members, and audiences in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester Counties, and the South Jersey and Delaware Valley region.
Founded at the Perkins family manor at 395 Kings Highway in Moorestown (a historic 1910 Tudor townhouse and carriage house), the Center expanded to a second location at 30 Irvin Avenue in Collingswood, NJ, in 2002, (another historic, 1910 modern-industrial style building). Perkins has increased programming and services throughout Camden County thanks to its new site.
395 Kings Hwy
Moorestown, NJ 08057
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