Communiversity ArtsFest 2017 = Success!

May 3, 2017

by Taneshia Nash Laird

On behalf of the Arts Council of Princeton’s Board of Trustees, staff, and members, we would like to thank everyone – from the two hundred-fifty participants consisting of artists, non-profits and merchants, to the hundreds of volunteers and the tens of thousands of visitors – who helped make the 47th annual Communiversity ArtsFest such an amazing event.

Communiversity ArtsFest 2017

Communiversity ArtsFest is a town-gown celebration with something for everyone: live performances, creative artistry, and crafts, interactive children’s activities, delicious food and drink. We appreciate the extremely talented visual artists who participated in many creative activities including the ACP Atelier in Palmer Square which was the hub of the Arts Council-sponsored art activities; the ceramics and painting demonstrations at the Paul Robeson Center; the artists that set up their easels throughout Communiversity as part of Paint Out Princeton; the vibrant sidewalk chalk murals; and all the many forms of creative expression that make Communiversity such a unique and memorable event.

Title Sponsor Bai

As a people-centered nonprofit with a mission of building community through the arts, we are grateful for the collaborations that allowed us to produce another hugely successful event. And so with much appreciation we thank: the students of Princeton University, University President Christopher Eisgruber, and the Office of Community and Regional Affairs; Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert; Mercer County Executive Brian Hughes; Jennifer Spillane of the Princeton Area Regional Chamber of Commerce; the Princeton Police Department; Princeton Fire Department; Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad; Princeton Regional Health Department; Princeton Public Works Department; the Princeton Clergy Association; the Princeton Merchants Association; the Princeton Public Library; Mary Harris Events; our title sponsor Bai Brands; our major sponsors AT&T, Baker Auto Group, Palmer Square Management, Princeton Garden Theatre; and the local media. You can find a complete list of all of the generous Communiversity ArtsFest sponsors and in-kind sponsors at

Thank you all for your participation and help in making Communiversity ArtsFest 2017 a fun-filled, family-friendly event. Take a look at event photos here!

Taneshia Nash Laird
Executive Director
Arts Council of Princeton

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