Camden has been designated a Bloomberg Philanthropies 2018 Public Art Challenge winner, one of five chosen from 200 applicants. The city will receive $1 million for “A New View,” a public art project that will convert illegal dumping sites along Camden’s rail, road, and bike routes into art spaces, adding to public art displays such as the mural located at the Camden Waterfront (pictured), created through a 2018 partnership between Liberty Property Trust and the Rutgers University–Camden Center for the Arts. For the Bloomberg project, the arts center will work with Cooper’s Ferry Partnership to oversee a collaboration that will enlist the Camden Collaborative Initiative and the Camden City Cultural and Heritage Commission, among others.