TRENTON, N.J. (PBN) Art all night announced on its Facebook page “We are disappointed to share with you that due to a multitude of circumstances Art All Night: Back to Basics in-person programming has been postponed. It is of the utmost importance to Artworks Trenton that we provide a creative, intentional, and free space to our community; at this time we are not able to offer this in 2023. As we move forward we want to share key information with you as you are an important part of our community.?

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-During the originally scheduled time for this year’s AAN, July 8th at 3 pm to July 9th at 3 pm, registered artwork will be displayed in a virtual gallery offered through Artworks Trenton. ?

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-Art All Night 2024 planning is already underway! Throughout the coming year, we’ll be giving our community a sneak peek at what’s in store!?

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-On September 16th Artworks Trenton will present Art All Day. This large-scale community event offers artists the ability to table at venues and studios throughout the city of Trenton. We invite you to volunteer for this event as it serves a similar mission to Art All Night by providing a space for art, entertainment, and community. Partnerships for this event are already established and we are confident that the event will continue as planned. ?

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-Finally, we want to share with you several exciting initiatives within Artworks Trenton. The postponement of Art All Night does not reflect the growth or strength of our organization as we continue to diversify our outreach. In the past year, we have seen more than 4,000 visitors at our exhibitions, served more than 1,800 students through our youth and adult educational programming, and received $500,000 in restricted funding with help from Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman for the Trenton Artwalk. For more information about Artworks please visit https://artworkstrenton.org/”

Thomas Peterson is the Editor in Chief and founder of Peterson’s Breaking News of Trenton. Thomas founded PBT in 2012.