Get outside and create some art in Trenton | News

Emilee Geist

Chalk this Trenton art activity up as a beautification effort.

Trenton Downtown Association (TDA) has enlisted the help of more than a dozen artists to share their talents, enthusiasm, and community spirit for one day of sidewalk chalk artmaking on Sunday Oct. 4 from 12 noon to 3 p.m.

TDA is also encouraging community members to create artwork in driveways and on front doors, windows, stoops, and porches — any surface that can serve as a “canvas” for public art.

Personally, enjoy natural art restoration of green areas where an introduction of flowers can deliver months of enjoyment for passersby and residents.

A press release identified these specific artists and areas where artists chalk their creativity but feel free to decorate your own areas.

Here are some of the artists and locations:

West Ward

Artist Tamara Torres, 1500 block Riverside Dr.

Artist: Jessica Stanley, 100 block of School Lane.

South Ward

Artist: Leon Rainbow,, Third Street 300 Block

Artist: Bayron Calderon, The Costume Scene & Liberty Street/Olden

East Ward

Artist: Sprout Students,, Sprout U, 27 E Paul Ave

North Ward

Artist: Sophie Ban,  Southard and Brunswick.

A press release contributed to this article.

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