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2020 Art All Night Goes Virtual August 15/16

Artworks’ signature arts festival will be online, starting at 3 p.m. Saturday, August 15 and running straight through until 3 p.m. Sunday, August 16 

Artworks, producer of Trenton’s iconic arts festival Art All Night, which was postponed until the weekend of August 15-16 because of the coronavirus pandemic, announced that the event will now become fully virtual. “As uncertainty continues over when and how New Jersey will recover from COVID-19, the likelihood of holding a festival in August, in Trenton, with thousands of attendees seemed increasingly remote,” said Artworks Executive Director Lauren Otis. “We realized it was prudent to make other plans, and the more we explored the idea of a virtual event, the more we realized how exciting the possibilities were,” Mr. Otis said.


“Just about everything that artists and attendees know and love about Art All Night – the huge variety of art on display, live music, live demonstrations, our film festival, children’s activities, master classes and talks – we will be able to present all of them online for everyone to participate in and enjoy safely on August 15 and 16,” said Joseph Kuzemka, Art All Night Director. “What is exciting is we will be able to provide the Art All Night experience not just to those who can travel to Trenton, but to anyone tuning in from across the country or around the world,” said Mr. Kuzemka.


The new virtual format will result in changes in how artists submit artwork to Art All Night, as well as submissions by music performers, filmmakers and other participants, said Mr. Kuzemka. Artists and others interested in submitting should follow Art All Night Trenton on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, and check in regularly at the Art All Night Trenton website,, in order to receive timely updates on the new process, he said.


“Art All Night is going to be different this year, but a lot is different around the country and around the world. We’re stoked to be able to present a virtual Art All Night to our audience, enabling us all to connect and interact happily as we celebrate our large, diverse and creative community in the midst of these unsettling times,” Mr. Kuzemka said.

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