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Art All Night Trenton to Take Place at War Memorial Theatre

originally published: 05/11/2024

Art All Night Trenton to Take Place at War Memorial Theatre

(TRENTON, NJ) -- Art All Night Trenton, the free, 24-hour annual community arts event, pop-up gallery, and fundraiser presented by Artworks Trenton will take place on June 29-30, 2024, at its new home, the War Memorial Theatre on Memorial Drive in downtown Trenton, New Jersey.

The popular arts event returns to New Jersey’s Capital City to once again feature its signature blend of art submitted by artists of all ages and experience levels, musical performances, master classes, demonstrations, a film festival, and fun for the whole family. The new hybrid format will provide both in-person and virtual programming throughout the event’s 24-hour schedule. In-person programming will take place at the War Memorial building on Saturday, June 29 from 3:00pm to midnight, and begins again on Sunday, June 30 from 6:00am to 3:00pm. During the overnight hours, the in-person event will close, and a virtual component and online art gallery will take center stage via the Art All Night website and social media channels.

“We are incredibly excited about the return of Art All Night as well as its new home, the War Memorial! Art All Night is truly an important event for the community, as well as a key fundraiser to support arts education and programming here at Artworks. We are also keen to highlight the amazing local businesses and restaurants located in the area around the War Memorial.” said Craig Shofed, Managing Director of Artworks Trenton.

As always, attendance as well as art submission is free and open to the public. Artwork will be displayed both in-person at the War Memorial as well as in an online virtual gallery hosted on the Art All Night website. No previous art experience is required, and all artists are invited to submit one piece of artwork to be shown at the event. Artwork must be registered and submitted in advance via the Art All Night website.

“Art All Night can only happen with the support of our sponsors, donors, submitting artists, and most importantly, the volunteers. We are thrilled to welcome the community to our event’s beautiful new home, the Trenton War Memorial, and you can expect all the fan favorites like hundreds of pieces of art, master classes and demonstrations, musical performances, the film festival, and more!” said Addison Vincent, Artistic Director of Artworks Trenton.

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Art All Night is Artworks Trenton’s biggest fundraiser and in one 24-hour period, encompasses what the creative hub does year-round. Artworks strives to provide artists of all skill levels with a professional platform and diverse interactive programming that is accessible to all. Overall, Artworks seeks to inspire, encourage, and invite the world to witness the incredible artistry and culture within the Capital City.

Artworks, Trenton’s downtown visual arts center, is a 501(c)(3) Charitable Corporation, that promotes artistic diversity by fostering creativity, learning, and appreciation of the arts. Our exhibitions, workshops and events make art an accessible experience for all, building community among and between art students of all ages, professional and amateur artists, inner city and suburban residents, die-hard art fans and first-time art appreciators.

Part of the State of New Jersey's Capitol Complex, The War Memorial is located on Memorial Drive in downtown Trenton near the Delaware River. Opened in 1932, The War Memorial was built as "a great community center" dedicated to the memory of the soldiers and sailors from Mercer County who died fighting World War I. The building is a National and State Historic Site, and is fully ADA compliant, complete with an 1,807-seat, fully-equipped theater for performances and assemblies, and also a number of stately rooms for other purposes such as meeting and conferences. The War Memorial is owned by The State of New Jersey and operated by The NJ Department of State. The building is a short walk from the New Jersey State House, the New Jersey State Library, the New Jersey State Museum, the Old Barracks Museum, and a short distance Sun National Bank Center, and Mercer County Waterfront Park and other attractions.



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