Exhibits

Cadwalader Park – An Olmsted Vision

Posted on Jun 2, 2017 in Current Exhibits, Exhibits, Featured

Cadwalader Park – An Olmsted Vision

Cadwalader Park: An Olmsted Vison
Exhibits on display July 8 – September 17, 2017
First floor exhibits – Art and History of Cadwalader Park
Second floor exhibits – Cadwalader Park cultural history and memorabilia

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Ellarslie Open 34

Posted on May 17, 2017 in Exhibits, Past Exhibits

Ellarslie Open 34

New Jersey’s finest open juried show.
Exhibit closes June 25.
Final weekend – don’t miss it!

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On the Edge

Posted on Apr 1, 2017 in Exhibits, Past Exhibits

On the Edge

On the Edge
Invitational and juried show for young and emerging artists
March 18, 2017 – April 30, 2017
Sunday, April 30, 2 pm – Gallery Walk

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TCHS Display

Posted on Mar 29, 2017 in Current Exhibits, Exhibits

TCHS Display

The New Trenton Central High School On Display Now         A display case in the second floor hallway is dedicated to the building of the new TCHS.  The display started with the stately but deteriorating 1932 building, showing its plans and wear through the ages.  As the building was demolished, photos showed progress of the disappearing facillity.  Now that construction of the new school has started (Fall 2016) the display focuses on showing the progress of the construction and what the new school will look...

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Furniture as Art

Posted on Mar 6, 2017 in Exhibits, Past Exhibits

Furniture as Art

Furniture as Art – Four exhibits-in-one
Please be Seated
On These Walls
Furniture from the Permanent Collection
Rustic Regional Windsor Chairs

January 21 – March 12, 2017

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Duchamp’s “Fountain” Made in Trenton

Posted on Feb 10, 2017 in Current Exhibits, Exhibits, Featured

Duchamp’s “Fountain” Made in Trenton

Duchamp Fountain, Philadelphia Museum of Art Centennial of the Readymade:   Marcel Duchamp & the 1917 “Fountain”   Made in Trenton On display April 9, 2017 – Marcel Duchamp rejected retinal art – art intended only to please the eye- in favor of  art intended to serve the mind.  He created the “Fountain” a urinal displayed on its side, so removing it from its useful function, and signed it R. Mutt – a play on the name of the J.L Mott showroom in New York where he found the piece.  The Trenton manufacturer, J.L. Mott Iron Works, manufactured iron...

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