Projects

FACES OF TRENTON |

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C2C HISTORY |

THEN & NOW

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An ongoing photo-history project of the C2C Creative District that compares Trenton of Then to Trenton of Now.

This project is maintained by Isles.

Virtual Tour |

Future c2c

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An interactive virtual tour of the recent and upcoming  redevelopment projects in C2C.

This project is funded by the NJ Council for the Humanities.

Public Art |

REFLECTING TRENTON

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A hybrid research and art project funded by the New Jersey Council for the Humanities and managed by Isles that combines local history with local art, vintage with contemporary, and archives with the passerby.

Public Art |

Beautiful Broad Street

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A 91-foot long colorful streetscape mural of North Broad Street, painted by local artist, Leon Rainbow.

TRENTON ART PUZZLE |

bruce lindsay & aylin green

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A participatory public art project that allowed for artists young and old to explore their creativity and develop an awareness for the iconic shape of the City of Trenton.

 

This project is funded by the I Am Trenton Old Trenton Neighborhood Community Arts Grant.

VIRTUAL TOUR |

Public ART

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A celebration of Trenton's Public Art located within the C2C Creative District.

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Perry & Montgomery sts

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A rotating mural space, beautifying a vacant lot on the corner of Perry & North Montgomery Streets.

 

This project is funded by the Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program and NJM Insurance.

Public Art |

Nixon (Higbee St.) School

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A rotating public art space, beautifying the now vacant Nixon (Higbee Street) School and its adjoining lot on Bellevue Avenue. Built in 1857, it was Trenton's first school for African American children during segregation.

 

This project is funded by the Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program and NJM Insurance.

Portraits of Old Trenton Neighborhood residents, business owners, and community advocates. The project also includes several culturally significant landscapes.

 

This project is funded by the I Am Trenton Old Trenton Neighborhood Community Arts Grant.