Call For Artists:

Artist Intructors Needed

We are seeking visual arts, dance, acting/ improvisation and drama classes for children and adults for our winter 2017 semester at the Arts Council of Princeton. We ask you to submit your proposal electronically to our website. Please fill out the form in its entirety.

Semester Start: On or around the week of January 9th. There is a total of 9-weeks available with two additional weeks set aside for make-ups due to snow.

Skipped dates: Please keep in mind our skip dates when planning: January 16th, February 17th, February 20th and March 17th

Children Class Proposals: With your proposal, be sure to provide a complete list of materials that students will need for the class.

Adult Class Proposals: The materials you list for the class will be bought by the students. Please be sure to list all materials they will need to bring (be as specific as you can) and if possible, where they can purchase the supplies. If you are supplying materials that students will purchase directly from you, please give an estimated cost. Also, please indicate if there will be sessions with models (and how many hours) or any other anticipated expenses that we need to factor into pricing.

Class structure: As previously stated, there is a total of 9-weeks available, however, please consider submitting shorter sessions such as two 4-week classes or mini sessions (5 or 6 weeks). Try to keep your class time ranging from 1.5 to 3 hours a day.

Questions: You can email Melissa Ruopp, Education Manager at with any questions.

Propose An Exhibition:

With few exhibiting spaces devoted to contemporary art in the region, the Arts Council of Princeton’s Paul Robeson Center for the Arts serves as a key venue for contemporary art in central New Jersey. Through exhibitions, public art projects, artist-in-residence opportunities, and collaborations with other institutions, the ACP’s exhibitions program engages artists in projects that explore our shared and ever-changing contemporary culture. Through thought-provoking exhibitions and related public programs, the ACP presents projects of broad aesthetic range and social, cultural and political themes relevant to our diverse audience. The goal of the Arts Council of Princeton’s exhibition program is to present exhibitions and related programs that support the Arts Council’s mission of Building Community Through the Arts by:

    • Highlighting the work of local and regional working artists;
    • Coordinating with the ACP’s teaching and multi-disciplinary programs including painting, drawing, ceramics, traditional and digital photography, sculpture, video, performing and literary arts;
    • Presenting exhibitions that are relevant to our community and reflective of our region’s cultural and socio-economic diversity; and
    • Providing related educational programs for elementary, secondary, and college level students as well as for the general public.

Arts Council of Princeton exhibitions, artist talks, and related programs are presented in the Peg and Frank Taplin Gallery and other spaces in and around the Paul Robeson Center including the Michael Graves Terrace for outdoor sculpture and the Solley Theater Lobby. Additional exhibitions and related programs are presented at the Princeton Public Library, where a primary focus is on the work of local artists, and in temporary and permanent public art projects in and around Princeton.

The ACP maintains high professional standards for the presentation of exhibitions. The ACP attempts to boost the careers of deserving emerging and mid-career artists who are often exhibited alongside the work of more established artists. The ACP aims to elevate the overall standards and experience for all exhibited artists and to strengthen their regional and national visibility while providing meaningful art experiences for the Art Council’s multigenerational and multicultural audience. The Arts Council of Princeton is actively seeking regional visual artists for exhibitions in our award winning Taplin Gallery as well as several other venues and spaces. To be considered for future exhibitions or to propose an exhibition, please send a description of the project or idea and links to 10 to 20 work examples, an artist statement and resumé to with both “Visual Artist Opportunities”  and your full name in the subject line. Applicants can expect a confirmation of receipt within one week. Submissions are reviewed every six months and you will be contacted if your proposal is selected.