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A*TEAM

Trenton Community A-TEAM

Dates of Exhibition: August 30 to October 29 2022

Opening Reception: September 11 2022, from 4:00-6:00 pm, in person at the arts center.

Location: West Windsor Arts Center – 952 Alexander Road, West Windsor, NJ 08550

Join us for an exhibition celebrating the talented artists from the Trenton Community A-TEAM.

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Exhibiting Artists: Dolores Frails. John Hayes, Carol Johnson, Warcheerah Kilima, Deborah Kisela, Lisa Lewis, Ethel Mack, Frankie Mack, Paul Norris,
Jim Prokolyshen, Herman “Shorty” Rose, Charles “Cha Cha” Smith, Demond Williams, and Emery Williams.

About The A-TEAM:
In 2001, five self-taught visual artists who used the services of the Trenton Area Soup Kitchen (TASK) and had participated for several years in the Extra Helpings arts program at TASK, met with Extra Helpings volunteer Susan Darley to discuss the possibility of forming an artist cooperative. The nascent idea was to offer the clients, who possessed artistic interests and talents but did not have the personal resources to pursue their creative activities, a collegial environment in which they could hone their creative abilities and ultimately sell their artwork and share the benefits of their efforts. The number of artists grew quickly, and the walls of the soup kitchen became a year-round gallery for the display of their work. Over the years, the “A-TEAM Artists of Trenton” have participated in hundreds of shows at such diverse venues as museums, galleries, corporate offices, government departments, non-profit organizations, and religious institutions.

The Trenton Community A-TEAM supports, develops, and promotes self-taught, local artists because art can be transformative by reframing the artist’s connectedness to self and others and by enhancing community pride.

About the Trenton Community A-TEAM: The Trenton Community A-TEAM supports, develops, and promotes self-taught, local artists because art can be transformative by reframing the artist’s connectedness to self and others and by enhancing community pride. For more information on the Trenton Community A-TEAM please visit https://www.tcateam.org. Trenton Community A-TEAM is located at 51 North Stockton Street, Trenton. Call 609-421-0793 or write info@TrentonCommunityAteam.org.

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