The Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts‘ exhibition, “A New View – Camden,” is available for viewing at the Stedman Gallery through Saturday, December 11. 

The exhibition and accompanying catalog documents the project from its inception in 2019 to its installation in 2021. The show celebrates the art and artists whose works helped inspire us to think more critically about the issue of illegal dumping in Camden. Viewers will be introduced to the artistic process that moves a project from initial idea to large scale work. Photographs, drawings, schematics and maquettes showcase the progress of these project.

The exhibit is open until December 11 and is on view in the Stedman Gallery, from Monday – Saturday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. This is a free exhibit and open to all. Masks are required. 

What Is A New View?…

“A New View–Camden,” a collaboration of the City of Camden, Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, and Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts, transforms six vacant lots formerly used for illegal dumping into community placemaking sites by installing engaging artwork, programming, and community-inspired events.

The installations will be on view throughout the city until October 31, 2021.