Art All Day 2013

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Art All Day

November 9, 2013 Noon – 5pm

 

Art lovers from around the region are invited to take a self-guided tour of the capital city’s artist studios, gallery spaces, grass roots art collectives, workshops, public art, and a host of breathtaking creative spaces largely unknown to the public. Special Art All Day trolley and guided bicycle tours will also take place.

Over 65 artists will participate, at open studios and creative venues throughout the city. This is an opportunity to not only see art, but to also talk to the artist about his or her creative process, watch them work, and see their workspace. Artworks is proud to offer an event that showcases the remarkable creative diversity of Trenton.”

How does it all work? Art All Day is FREE to attend and open to the public. The self-guided tour begins at Artworks Trenton (19 Everett Alley, Trenton, NJ), where guests can pick up a map/brochure and view a group exhibit featuring participating artists on the tour. Following the self-guided tour attendees are invited back to Artworks’ expansive gallery space for a celebratory reception.

 

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Download the Map! (PDF) (Jpeg)

 

Art All Day schedule on Nov. 9

(all events free to the public, unless otherwise indicated)

 

10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market at the Roebling Wire Works building ($4)

 

Noon – 5 p.m.

Studios and creative spaces open to the public, trolleys ($10 suggested donation) continuously operating along designated art route (pick up trolleys at Artworks or anywhere along the route)

Live painting at multiple AAD sites:

- Mel Leipzig at NJ State Museum, 205 W. State St.;

- Dave “Mek” Klama, Jonathan “Lank” Connor at the Roebling Wire Works, 675 S. Clinton Ave. (site of the Trenton Punk Rock Flea Market);

- Will “Kasso” Condry outside Trenton Downtown Association gallery, 219 Hanover Street;

- Leon Rainbow at Zienowicz Signs, 202 E. Canal Street.

 

Noon – 8 p.m.

Artworks main gallery open to the public, featuring Artists of Art All Day group show

 

Noon and 3 p.m.

Wills Kins special Art All Day bike tours (bring your own bike)continuous all afternoon

 

Noon – 2 p.m.

Reading by poet Marion Deutsche Cohen from her new book Still the End, Classics Books, 4 W. Lafayette St.

 

Noon – 5 p.m.

Make-your-own cast aluminum tile, scratch mold workshop and molten pour, at AbOminOg Intl. studio, 2 Pearl Street ($40 adults, $20 under age 15).

Art Class in Columbus Park: Make a work of art with artist Elissa Horan based on the story The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds http://youtu.be/aqfQ5dcSLic . Free, for all ages.

 

1:00 – 2:00 pm

Musicians playing & singing Louisiana Cajun and Creole music at the Trenton Friends (Quaker) Meeting (Corner of Hanover and N. Montgomery Sts)

 

1:30 p.m.

Trenton’s Roebling legacy tour conducted by Roebling author and historian Clifford Zink (meet at Art All Day table at entrance to Roebling Wire Works building)

 

2 p.m.

Special public art trolley tour narrated by Trenton art historian and U.S. 1 arts editor Dan Aubrey (meet in Artworks parking lot)

NJ State Museum Curator of Fine Art Margaret O’Reilly leads a gallery walk through museum galleries housing “American Perspectives: The Fine Art Collection.”

The Solidarity Singers of the NJ State Industrial Union Council “We try to lift the spirits of people engaged in struggle and help them to carry on.” at the Trenton Friends (Quaker) Meeting (Corner of Hanover and N. Montgomery Sts)

 

4 p.m.

Verses of the Soul: Inner City Poets at the Trenton Friends (Quaker) Meeting (Corner of Hanover and N. Montgomery Sts)

 

5 – 8 p.m.

Art All Day reception, Artworks main gallery, 19 Everett Alley

 

8 – 10 p.m.

World Premier of True Story by EM Lewis, Mill Hill Playhouse, 205 E. Front St. ($35 regular price, special ticket discount for AAD attendees).

 

Free parking all day and evening at Artworks, 19 Everett Alley, Trenton (off South Stockton Street, across from NJ Motor Vehicle Commission building)

Rt. 29 going into Trenton will be closed for the Trenton Half Marathon from 6am to 12:30 pm on Saturday. Use alternate Rt. 129. Directions here:

 

From the South:

Take I-295 N

Take exit 60 for NJ-29 N/I-195 E toward Trenton/Belmar

Keep left at the fork, follow signs for New Jersey 29/New Jersey 129/Trenton and merge onto NJ-29 N

Merge onto NJ-129 N via the ramp to Trenton

Turn left onto Hamilton Ave

Turn right onto S Broad St

Turn right onto E Front St

Turn right onto S Stockton St

Artworks is located on your Right side, opposite the DMV

 

From the North:

Take the N.J. Turnpike S

Take exit 7A toward I-195 W

Keep left at the fork, follow signs for Interstate 195 W/Trenton/Hamilton and merge onto I-195 W

Continue onto NJ-29 N

Merge onto NJ-129 N via the ramp to Trenton

Turn left onto Hamilton Ave

Turn right onto S Broad St

Turn right onto E Front St

Turn right onto S Stockton St

Artworks is located on your Right side, opposite the DMV

 

 

From Philadelphia:

Take I-95 N

Take exit 46A to merge onto U.S. 1 N toward Morrisville

Take the Market St/NJ-33 exit toward S Clinton Ave/Train Station

Turn left onto Market St

Turn right onto S Stockton St

Artworks is located on your Left side, opposite the DMV

 

 

 

Tours hosted by:

DanAubrey

Dan Aubrey – Arts editor for U.S. 1 Newspaper, worked on a variety of state public art projects, and a long time support of the arts in the capital city area.

Jacque Howard – Host of Trenton365 show on WIMG 1300

 

Free parking is available all day and evening at Artworks, 19 Everett Alley, Trenton (off South Stockton Street, across from NJ Motor Vehicle Commission building)

 

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Thanks to all our 2013 partners!

 

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