Student, Faculty Among Those Exhibiting Work in Grand Opening of 'ARTeriors' Pop-up Gallery in A.C.

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Contact:         Christina Butterfield
                        News and Media Relations
                        Galloway, N.J. 08205
                        (609) 626-3845

 Galloway, NJ – A Stockton University student and faculty member were among those exhibiting art installations and performing in the grand opening of “ARTeriors – Ginsburg Bakery,” held April 7 in the former Ginsburg Bakery in Atlantic City. The exhibit will be open to the public again on Saturday, April 15 from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Sunday, April 16 from 12 – 5 p.m.

Regional artists crafted original installation pieces as part of the Atlantic City Arts Foundation’s third iteration of ARTeriors, a pop-up art gallery turning unused spaces into a lively, creative and eclectic experience.

The latest collaborative project featured a dozen artists, including Jacob Wolos, a graduating senior majoring in sculpting, and Mariana Smith, assistant professor of Art/Printmaking at the university.

Ginsburg Bakery was located in Atlantic City for 112 years, with 36 years spent at the 300 N. Tennessee Ave. location, currently occupied by the ARTeriors pop-up. The wholesale bakery merged with another company in 2015 and moved its operations to Bellmawr, N.J. as part of a New Jersey Economic Development Authority incentive.  

Additional information on the Atlantic City Arts Foundation and the “ARTeriors – Ginsburg Bakery” pop-up can be found here.


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