Support Cheekwood and the artists behind some beautiful pieces on our Cheekwood Historic Manson & Museum Gift Shop as a part of Museum Store Sunday and, new this year, Artists Sunday™ National Art Shopping Movement and Campaign.
Visit the Cheekwood Museum Shop and receive 50% Off a wide variety of jewelry, scarves, home goods, art, stationery and more.
Many of the items in the shop are handmade by artists including Sarah Cavender Metalworks, Erin Bassett Artistry, and local artist, Lock & Key Jewelry, among others.
*Exclusions may apply, including holiday items and Kitras Glass items. Valid only in the Cheekwood Museum Gift Shop. Valid only on November 29, 2020. Not valid on previous purchases.
From Porché Hardy, Program Officer, Arts Education & Performing Arts Presenters, NJ Arts & Culture Administrators of Color
Artists and Organizations Across the United States Unite to Encourage Consumers to Shop with Artists and Craftsmen the Sunday after Thanksgiving
A nationwide alliance of artisans, craftsmen, municipalities, counties, states and nonprofit organizations across the country are uniting to encourage consumers to shop the arts on Artists Sunday, November 29, 2020. The powerful new campaign is designed to make the Sunday after Thanksgiving the arts’ most profitable day of the year this holiday season alongside Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday and Giving Tuesday.
Launched this year, Artists Sunday encourages shoppers to purchase artwork and hand-crafted items from individual artists. The movement unites artists and supportive organizations across the country, effectively creating a voice of thousands, all promoting the purchase of art.
On Sunday, November 29, 2020, 1,600 Museum Stores representing all fifty states, 24 countries, and five continents will offer relaxing, inspired shopping inside your favorite museums and cultural institutions.
Museum Store Sunday offers a special shopping experience in one-of-a kind stores, showcasing broad assortments of highly curated, unique, mission-specific gifts. From books to jewelry to children’s products to home accessories and gourmet food, there is something for everyone. Shop knowing you are supporting the missions and programs of each participating museum and cultural institution.
Museum stores perform integral and multi-faceted work for their institutions — from earning income and extending mission-related programs, to visitor engagement and educational outreach through store products, programs, and experiences.
Dedicated directly to and an integral department of their institutions, museum stores operate as non-profit retailers under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code and are a key earned income revenue department of the museum.
Revenues generated by museum stores are deposited into the operating budgets of the parent organizations, providing economic sustainability for the museum and cultural engagement for the community.
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