Seaside Salvage is a solo exhibition featuring the art of Eduardo Jiménez, who was raised in San Juan, Puerto Rico but now resides in Brigantine, New Jersey. The exhibition is an extension of the work Jiménez started...Learn More
exhibitions & artists
Leo by Raven Walker
Storytelling Quilts: Communal Textile Traditions is a group exhibition featuring the work of local quilters. Join us in celebrating how they use textiles as a framework for self-understanding.
Mark your calendar for the opening reception: April 7, 2024!
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Camden FireWorks is the organization of choice for artists in Camden.
From fine art photography to jewelry making, design and pottery, the artists at FireWorks represent a diversity of medium, practice, and experience.
Call for Art Proposals
Camden FireWorks is committed to using art to create social change.
We invite artists and curators to partner with us in using art to illuminate the human condition.
Submit proposals to exhibitions at camdenfireworks.org. Proposals must include the artist’s name and title of work on all images (no more than 10 works can be submitted) and an artist statement of no more than 300 words.
Chicana poet Gloria E. Anzaldúa once wrote that "Nothing happens in the real world unless it first happens in the images in our heads". If this is true, then - for artists - changing the image in...Learn More
A 2019 survey of the permanent collections of 18 prominent U.S. art museums found that the represented artists are 87% male and 85% white. The reality is that women have never been treated equally in the art...Learn More
In celebration of Youth Art Month, Camden FireWorks is honored to partner with Freedom Preparatory Charter School on a pop up exhibition, March 12, 2022. Camden students from Freedom Prep Charter School are sharing their creations inspired...Learn More