About three years ago Trenton artist S. Bola Okoya, known professionally as Primo Supremo, wanted to give Trentonians an artists to show off and develop their work. To accomplish this he created the Six-Oh-Nine Project to help develop and showcase local artists.

The group wanted more than just an online presence, so they began hosting photo walks and pop-up galleries around the city. They have held five to date with the next one debuting at Artworks Trenton as part of Art All Day and will run through the month of November.

The exhibit debuting is known as FACT which stands for Future Artists and Creators of Trenton. The exhibit is the product of a 12-week course in which S.Bola worked with a group of Trenton high school students to give them the opportunity to learn photography and show their work. The program taught students to use photography to tell their individual stories.

The exhibit will debut as part of Art All Day but be on display at Artworks Trenton throughout the month of November.

To learn more about the Six-Oh-Nine Project and F.A.C.T. visit them on Facebook

 

S. Bola is a Trenton professional photographer that captures events, places, and things of interest in the area. Most of his work is in the Capital City and New York. He came to Trenton while in middle school and has remained ever since.

His work is currently on display at the Roebling Gallery located at the site of Roebling Lofts on 71 Clark Street. The exhibit will be on display throughout the month of November and have an opening reception today, November 2nd from 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. To learn more about this exhibit visit https://roeblinggallery.org/. To learn more about S. Bola Okoya and to see some of his work, visit his website at http://www.primosupremo.com/.