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Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts

Since April of 2001, the Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts (RRCA) has been a non-profit community arts and cultural center in the heart of Millville. Located in the first block of High Street, the center provides a space for creatives, and the community to use for meetings, events and monthly 3rd Friday art receptions. 

RRCA was the pioneering organization in the establishment of Millville's downtown revitalization plan in 2001, and has since continued to lead the way, both individually and through strategic partnerships, in the growth and success of center city. Since its inception, RRCA has worked strategically with city government, and others to use the creative power of the arts to build an ever-changing arts district in the downtown area and attract artists and patrons from the region.

The arts center first began as an idea developed collaboratively by artists, the city’s leaders and community members in 1999. These groups and individuals saw a need for a community arts center and in 2001 they made it happen. What was once an abandoned men and boy’s store on a “main street” of vacant stores was creatively rehabilitated as a gallery and art center. Today, the RRCA is a thriving non-profit and charitable organization supported by many.  The RRCA’s history and its accomplishments make it proud of its past and excited for its future..


Address: 22 North High 51, Millville, NJ 08332
Phone: 856-327-4500
Contact: diane@rrcarts.com
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Riverfront Renaissance Center for the Arts
22 North High 51, Millville, New Jersey