Roebling Gallery Exhibits Roebling Ephemera as Part of its “First Friday” Series

On October 5th, as part of its ongoing First Friday series of art openings, Roebling Gallery exhibited Roebling and Trenton-related drawings, posters and other ephemera from the collection of noted historian Clifford Zink last at Roebling Lofts, 71 Clark Street. The opening coincided with the...

Celebrate the New Jersey Public Arts Inclusion Act’s 40th Anniversary

Art All Day attendees have a one-day-only opportunity to visit all three of these historic institutions along West State Street and learn about the remarkable art collections housed in each, as well as the important public art along this stately Capital thoroughfare. Attendees can...

MCCC’s James Kerney Campus Gallery Presents Gary Saretzky Retrospective

Mercer County Community College’s (MCCC’s) James Kerney Campus Gallery (JKCG) presents “Gary Saretzky Retrospective – 1972 to the Present,” an exhibit that chronicles the work and influences of this well-known Lawrence photographer. The show runs from Wednesday, Nov. 28 through Thursday, Jan. 10. A community reception...

“Music and a Meal” for Trenton Children

Children living in difficult circumstances in and around Trenton rarely get the chance to participate in or attend performing arts events. The upcoming Youth Orchestra Festival at the War Memorial's Patriots Theater aims to change that trend.  The Patriots Arts Coalition,...

Common Threads 7: Sanctuary Coming to BSB Gallery

Starting on January 24th, Trenton's renown BSB Gallery will showcase Common Threads 7: Sanctuary. This installation tells a story of various immigrant artists who chose to become American citizens. It is a celebration of the rich tapestry of immigration and the American narrative.