FRIENDS OF THE MUSE COLLABORATIVE
We think we run a damn good organization. The only person we know who might do it better though is Wawa Jones over at Camden Sophisticated Sisters. For decades, CSS has led our community forward and cared for our kids with the energy and passion that come from dance, music, and the creative arts. Check them out and buy someone on their staff a drink because they deserve it.
Sponsored by The Camden Store and a few other dedicated individuals, Good Vibes is a monthly open mic opportunity for Camden youth. They do an incredible job of promoting creative thought, self expression, and exploration of current social issues.This showcase displays amazing, raw talent and is definitely worth your time.
The NJCH hold the honor of being the first group to sponsor a Muse Collaborative program. We’re thankful they decided to partner with us and provided funding to create our Duos Through the Decades album set. As stated on their website, the NJHC, “…delights in diversity, appreciates that there are no easy answers, and finds joy and understanding in the humanities… by enabling public programs and humanities experiences that deepen our understanding of ourselves and our world.” You can find out more about them at njhumanities.org. They’ve asked us to post a little disclaimer on our site, so here you go:
Sections of this website were made possible by a grant from the New Jersey Council for the Humanities, a state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed on this website do not necessarily represent those of the NEH or NJCH.
We’re not only proud of our friends at Printworks because of their amazing, equitable business model, but also because they’ve been working in Camden for almost 30 years. Bottom line – if you need anything screen printed, hit them up. Did we mention they’re environmentally conscious and supporters of diversity too? No? Well, we did now.