A New View Camden
A New View will transform highly visible vacant lots along Camden’s public transportation corridors from eyesores used for illegal dumping to multi-purpose community forums. These converted spaces will host dynamic temporary art installations and creative programming that will provide a new view to the more than 65,000 people who travel through Camden daily and its 77,000 residents.
20 finalists shared their visions for public art that will address illegal dumping in Camden, NJ.
What will "pop up" next summer?
130 applications for “A New View” were submitted from all across the country! The 20 finalists (painstakingly chosen by curators Kimberly Camp and Judith Tannenbaum) represent a diverse cross-section of medium, experience, and background.
On Friday, November 1st, and Saturday, November 2nd, the City of Camden, Cooper’s Ferry Partnership, and the Rutgers–Camden Center for the Arts will present proposals from 20 talented finalists for “A New View,” The winning artists will transform six sites previously associated with illegal dumping into dynamic art spaces, inspiring residents and visitors to take “a new view” of the city invincible.
Congratulations De'von Holland
of Camden @dutchess856
GRAND PRIZE WINNER
of the A New View Photo Contest!
The A New View photo contest invited residents and visitors to take a picture of something beautiful in the city of Camden!
See something? Snap something!
The contest is over but the beauty is still present. Keep taking photos and tag us @anewviewcamden