Please Join us, 3rd Thursday, November 20th, from 4pm – 8pm (FREE EVENT)
Experience Camden’s creative arts community in the historic & beautiful Cooper-Grant Neighborhood and the University/Downtown District near the Camden Waterfront every 3rd Thursday of the month.
Save the dates: 12/18, 1/15, 2/19, 3/19, 4/16, 5/21, 6/18 …
Please join us & support local arts & businesses in Camden.
South Jersey Times & nj.com article and photographs: “Camden Gallery Owners Hope Art Crawl Inspires Change in the City“ Special thanks to the talented Kelly Roncace & Joe Warner.
Thursday, November 20th Participating Venues:
Gallery Eleven One - Art Exhibit & Reception - 4-8pm - Featuring William Butler’s stunning new exhibit: Camden Beautiful. Thanks to those who visited the gallery and enjoyed the preview. Now enjoy the full exhibit with over 25 paintings - (Also, join us for extended hours to view Camden Beautiful on Friday, Nov. 21 from 4-8pm) (339 N. Front St.) www.art11one.com
Gallery Eleven One will also feature the incredible talents of Lele Tran of the US*U.S. Designer Coop in Old City (323 Arch St.) in Philadelphia. Lele has created custom dresses for the past ten years, and her newest design is the patent pending Lele zipper scarf (which is unisex and can be worn as a scarf, overlay skirt, shawl, and more). www.leletrancollection.com
William and Lele will speak (and Lele will demonstrate her fabulous designs) at the top of each hour: 5, 6, and 7pm
In addition, a very special thank you to Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice (www.samaritanhealthcarenj.org) for sponsoring the reception. Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice provide unparalleled service to those affected by serious, progressive illness, or grief.
Stedman Gallery/Rutgers Center for the Arts - Art Exhibit 5-8pm - Sounds of Camden: explores the city through its music, poetry, and voices from past to present. The exhibition will present examples of Victrolas and phonographs developed in Camden, visual memorabilia and artifacts, and offer recordings from the company’s vast playlist. It will also present live performances and recordings that carry historic and contemporary Sounds of Camden: Camden resident Walt Whitman, music recorded in Camden, and contemporary compositions, poetry & recorded oral history – Historical creative performance of What Good Has Come Out of Camden? by the talented Camden resident, Rocky Wilson – through sign language, poetry, music, and dance, Rocky will explore the many wild stories the city has to tell – performance at 6pm. (314 Linden Street on Rutgers Campus) www.rcca.camden.rutgers.edu
Filbert Studio - Art Exhibit - 5-8pm - paintings & sculpture by Jeff Filbert (305 Benson St.)
Cooper River Distillers - Taste, see & experience Camden’s new distillery - Free Tours every half hour- 4- 8:30pm (34 N. 4th St.) www.cooperriverdistillers.com -Please view- Recent NJ.com news article
The Victor Lofts - Live Music on the Steinway with pianist Christopher Andrew Maier offering standards as well as his own originals. Performances every 30 minutes at the top of each hour 5-8pm (One Market Street) www.thevictorlofts.com
A Little Slice of New York - Photography Exhibit & Opening Reception: A City Invisible – featuring works by Rutgers University-Camden students - 4:30-6:30pm - (122 N. 3rd St.)
Roosevelt Plaza Park - Pop-Up Park - Come enjoy Camden’s first creative placemaking venture located in Roosevelt Plaza Park. The new pop-up park includes public art, landscaping, lighting, and seating that can be enjoyed by all. The Pop-Up Park will remain through December 2014 – (520 Market St. – in front of City Hall between Market and Federal Streets) http://www.newamericanpublicart.com/bluehour
Friends Cafe - Food Special (319 Friends St.) www.facebook.com/Friends-Cafe
Victor’s Pub - RCA Bldg./Victor Lofts – Drink Special www.victorspub.com
Market Street Pizzeria & Gourmet Deli - RCA Bldg./Victor Lofts - Food Special www.marketstreetpizzeria.com
This is a free and family-friendly event. Many free and metered street parking spaces are within walking distance of all the 3rd Thursday Art Crawl venues. Also, the City Hall PATCO stop and the Riverline stops are only blocks away from the participating venues.
Please view the following articles on Camden’s 3rd Thursday Art Crawl:
South Jersey Times & nj.com article and photographs: “Camden’s 3rd Thursday Art Crawl Highlights City Businesses, Growth“ Special thanks to the talented Kristie Rearick & Lori Nichols.
Courier-Post article & video: “Camden’s Art Crawl is a Must-See”
Special thanks to the talented Kevin Shelly and Jodi Samsel.
Philadelphia Inquirer article: “Raising Awareness of Camden’s Cultural Offerings”
Special thanks to the talented Julia Terruso and April Saul.
Enjoy these wonderful Camden venues in the order you desire. Also, save the dates so each 3rd Thursday, you continue to experience beautiful art, music, and eateries in Camden.
Please continue to view this web page in the future as we will be adding more participating venues and experiences on these 3rd Thursdays in Camden.
Camden’s 3rd Thursday Art Crawl is a volunteer-led event. We thank you for supporting local arts and businesses in Camden.
Future 3rd Thursday Art Crawl Participants:
Adventure Aquarium - http://www.adventureaquarium.com/
South Camden Theatre Co. - http://www.southcamdentheatre.org/
Settlement Music School – Camden http://www.smsmusic.org/branches/camden.php?t=6
Camden RiverSharks - http://riversharks.com/index.cfm
Camden Children’s Garden - http://www.camdenchildrensgarden.org
Thank you to DCCB & Cooper’s Ferry Partnership for promoting Camden’s 3rd Thursday Art Crawls.