William E. Pedrick Exhibition Hall
The Trenton Free Public Library is proud to be part of the City’s Creek to Canal Creative Arts District, and supports the arts by making available a gallery space for local and visiting artists to display their work.
The “L” shaped gallery has walls of 21-feet and 23-feet in length and 9-feet in height. Hanging rods hold up to 50 lbs. and can be adjusted for any size artwork. Exhibits change regularly. The gallery is located on the mezzanine level of the library and is open during regular library hours.
Artists interested in exhibiting may send samples of their work along with a brief bio here.
Also available are two locking display cases (96-1/2” length, 47-1/2” height, 19-1/2” depth) in the atrium on the first floor adjacent to the Poetry Cafe, and five locking cases (35-1/2″ length, 40″ height, 12-1/2″ depth) in the computer room on the second floor where small objects or hobbies can be showcased. Send an email for more information. Some past displays can be seen here.
Check out some of the library’s past exhibits here.