BSB Gallery opens eyes to Trenton arts
By Community News
This article was originally published in the February 2018 issue of the Trenton Downtowner and has been updated by Trenton Waves.
The Trenton Downtown Association (TDA) opened the BSB Gallery on Saturday, February 10 at 143 East State Street, the former Broad Street Bank Building at the corner of Montgomery and East State streets.
The gallery is a contribution, from the TDA, to the Creek to Canal Creative District (C2C), Trenton’s first arts and cultural district. Organizers say it will be used as a platform to promote and recognize “all the extraordinary art being created in our capital city.”
The BSB Gallery reactivates one of Trenton’s important historic buildings. The former Broad Street Bank is an early 20th century skyscrapers and reflects the period’s high ceilings, huge columns original ornate light fixtures, and other artistic embellishments.
Funding for the BSB Gallery was provided by the George H. and Estelle M. Sands Foundation and by Isles Inc. with support from the New Jersey Neighborhood Revitalization Tax Credit Program.
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
11:00AM - 5:00PM
A Collaborative Exhibition
Featuring Quinci Baker & Atisha Fordyce
April 25 - May 25, 2019
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