EBAN: Sense of Place welcomes a diverse roster of talented Camden-based artists of varying ages, experiences, and cultures. As curators, artist collective, Watu Moja, encourages artists to explore and push the boundaries of the concepts of place, space, and belonging. The work displayed in Eban extends “place” into the physical, spiritual, mythical, and abstract. To examine and reimagine the places where we dwell, the exhibition is an examination of the needs, wants, and desires of Camden artists as individuals and more importantly as a collective community.

Exhibiting artists include:

      • Adriana Amador-Chacon (@art.bybronte)
      • Shakira Goodman-Moore (@Miainkhenna)
      • Joe Joestar (@Baronshotspho)
      • Kelly Loopz (@kellyloopz)
      • Sonia Pollard (@sonia_mix_media_art)
      • Priscilla Rios (@externalfreedom)
      • Jazlyne Sabree (@jazlynesabree)
      • Haashim Smith-Johnson (@sheemwiththebeam)
      • Kay Soul
      • Tony Treft
      • Tony Trott (@Tony_Trott)
      • Donald T. Williams (@artforeal)

    About Watu Moja

    Watu Moja is a Swahili phrase meaning “One People.” The Camden-based artist collective works to connect African American and Afro Latino youths to the people and cultures of the global Afrikan community. Using art and deep social connections, Watu Moja works in Camden through cultural dialogue, shared experiences, and community service.

    About Camden FireWorks
    Camden FireWorks opened in Camden, NJ in June of 2016.  Camden FireWorks’ mission is to use art to create social change. As the only independent art gallery in Camden, New Jersey, we have featured artwork from diverse artists representing a variety of disciplines.  In addition, we offer studio rentals, art workshops, and hosts exhibitions and cultural performances in our 1889 firehouse.