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Friday, December 4

Winter Village Artist Chalets

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‘Tis the Season in Princeton!

Discover artisan handicrafts and specialty items at Princeton’s new Winter Village Chalets! Grab hot drinks and snacks from local restaurants and enjoy sidewalk sales at local retailers. When you purchase a piece from a chalet, not only do you support the artist, but a portion of the sale supports the Arts Council! Win-win-win!

 

Locations: Palmer Square, Princeton Garden Theatre, Hinds Plaza. Artist chalets have been curated by the Arts Council of Princeton and decorated by McCarter Theatre. 

 

November 27 – December 24
12- 6pm | Tuesday – Sunday

2020 Member Exhibition

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness and inspiring self expression. View works submitted by members of our community reflecting on these themes, and help us show 2020 the door. 

 

Each year, the Arts Council welcomes our community of member artists to submit work to our Annual Member Exhibition. This year, our Taplin Gallery is filled with the most art ever submitted in the history of this tradition: more than 115 pieces created by our members are currently on view for our community to enjoy, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile art, and more.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join Adam Welch, Executive Director, and Maria Evans, Artistic Director, for a Virtual Opening Reception and gallery tour on Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm.

 

Saturday, December 5

Winter Village Artist Chalets

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‘Tis the Season in Princeton!

Discover artisan handicrafts and specialty items at Princeton’s new Winter Village Chalets! Grab hot drinks and snacks from local restaurants and enjoy sidewalk sales at local retailers. When you purchase a piece from a chalet, not only do you support the artist, but a portion of the sale supports the Arts Council! Win-win-win!

 

Locations: Palmer Square, Princeton Garden Theatre, Hinds Plaza. Artist chalets have been curated by the Arts Council of Princeton and decorated by McCarter Theatre. 

 

November 27 – December 24
12- 6pm | Tuesday – Sunday

Ceramic Luminaria & Ornament Workshop

- $45

With the dimming light of winter months soon upon us, fight back a bit of the chill with your very own ceramic luminaria! These luminarias can be placed on your porch, on a table, or windowsill and will soon become a treasured heirloom. Made by joining clay slabs with scoring and slip, students will use a provided pattern for the structure but can cut out any desired shape for the designs. This workshop will be led by ACP Artistic Director Maria Evans.

After building your luminaria, use your leftover clay to create free-form holiday ornaments. All materials are provided and include firing. Post-workshop, students will receive an email on when they can pick up their fired work at the Arts Council.

This class will be taught using social distancing measures. Students will be asked to stay at least 6 feet apart from the instructor and other students at all times. Class size will be limited, masks worn, and temperature checks will be taken at the front door. Any questions or concerns, please email education@artscouncilofprinceton.org. 

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2020 Member Exhibition

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness and inspiring self expression. View works submitted by members of our community reflecting on these themes, and help us show 2020 the door. 

 

Each year, the Arts Council welcomes our community of member artists to submit work to our Annual Member Exhibition. This year, our Taplin Gallery is filled with the most art ever submitted in the history of this tradition: more than 115 pieces created by our members are currently on view for our community to enjoy, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile art, and more.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join Adam Welch, Executive Director, and Maria Evans, Artistic Director, for a Virtual Opening Reception and gallery tour on Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm.

 

Sunday, December 6

Winter Village Artist Chalets

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‘Tis the Season in Princeton!

Discover artisan handicrafts and specialty items at Princeton’s new Winter Village Chalets! Grab hot drinks and snacks from local restaurants and enjoy sidewalk sales at local retailers. When you purchase a piece from a chalet, not only do you support the artist, but a portion of the sale supports the Arts Council! Win-win-win!

 

Locations: Palmer Square, Princeton Garden Theatre, Hinds Plaza. Artist chalets have been curated by the Arts Council of Princeton and decorated by McCarter Theatre. 

 

November 27 – December 24
12- 6pm | Tuesday – Sunday

2020 Member Exhibition

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness and inspiring self expression. View works submitted by members of our community reflecting on these themes, and help us show 2020 the door. 

 

Each year, the Arts Council welcomes our community of member artists to submit work to our Annual Member Exhibition. This year, our Taplin Gallery is filled with the most art ever submitted in the history of this tradition: more than 115 pieces created by our members are currently on view for our community to enjoy, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile art, and more.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join Adam Welch, Executive Director, and Maria Evans, Artistic Director, for a Virtual Opening Reception and gallery tour on Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm.

 

Monday, December 7

2020 Member Exhibition

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness and inspiring self expression. View works submitted by members of our community reflecting on these themes, and help us show 2020 the door. 

 

Each year, the Arts Council welcomes our community of member artists to submit work to our Annual Member Exhibition. This year, our Taplin Gallery is filled with the most art ever submitted in the history of this tradition: more than 115 pieces created by our members are currently on view for our community to enjoy, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile art, and more.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join Adam Welch, Executive Director, and Maria Evans, Artistic Director, for a Virtual Opening Reception and gallery tour on Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm.

 

Tuesday, December 8

Winter Village Artist Chalets

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‘Tis the Season in Princeton!

Discover artisan handicrafts and specialty items at Princeton’s new Winter Village Chalets! Grab hot drinks and snacks from local restaurants and enjoy sidewalk sales at local retailers.  When you purchase a piece from a chalet, not only do you support the artist, but a portion of the sale supports the Arts Council! Win-win-win!

 

Locations: Palmer Square, Princeton Garden Theatre, Hinds Plaza. Artist chalets have been curated by the Arts Council of Princeton and decorated by McCarter Theatre. 

 

November 27 – December 24
12- 6pm | Tuesday – Sunday

Virtual Opening Reception: Annual Member Show

- Free and Open to the Public!

Each year, the Arts Council welcomes our community of member artists to submit work to our Annual Member Exhibition. This year, our Taplin Gallery is filled with the most art ever submitted in the history of this tradition: more than 115 pieces created by our members are currently on view for our community to enjoy, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile art, and more.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join Adam Welch, Executive Director, and Maria Evans, Artistic Director, for a Virtual Opening Reception and gallery tour on Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm. 

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ABOUT THE 2020 MEMBER EXHIBITION:

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness, boredom, and general helplessness. View more than 115 pieces of art submitted by members of our community reflecting on these themes, and help us show 2020 the door. 

 

2020 Member Exhibition

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness and inspiring self expression. View works submitted by members of our community reflecting on these themes, and help us show 2020 the door. 

 

Each year, the Arts Council welcomes our community of member artists to submit work to our Annual Member Exhibition. This year, our Taplin Gallery is filled with the most art ever submitted in the history of this tradition: more than 115 pieces created by our members are currently on view for our community to enjoy, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile art, and more.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join Adam Welch, Executive Director, and Maria Evans, Artistic Director, for a Virtual Opening Reception and gallery tour on Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm.

 

Wednesday, December 9

Winter Village Artist Chalets

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‘Tis the Season in Princeton!

Discover artisan handicrafts and specialty items at Princeton’s new Winter Village Chalets! Grab hot drinks and snacks from local restaurants and enjoy sidewalk sales at local retailers.  When you purchase a piece from a chalet, not only do you support the artist, but a portion of the sale supports the Arts Council! Win-win-win!

 

Locations: Palmer Square, Princeton Garden Theatre, Hinds Plaza. Artist chalets have been curated by the Arts Council of Princeton and decorated by McCarter Theatre. 

 

November 27 – December 24
12- 6pm | Tuesday – Sunday

2020 Member Exhibition

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness and inspiring self expression. View works submitted by members of our community reflecting on these themes, and help us show 2020 the door. 

 

Each year, the Arts Council welcomes our community of member artists to submit work to our Annual Member Exhibition. This year, our Taplin Gallery is filled with the most art ever submitted in the history of this tradition: more than 115 pieces created by our members are currently on view for our community to enjoy, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile art, and more.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join Adam Welch, Executive Director, and Maria Evans, Artistic Director, for a Virtual Opening Reception and gallery tour on Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm.

 

Thursday, December 10

Winter Village Artist Chalets

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‘Tis the Season in Princeton!

Discover artisan handicrafts and specialty items at Princeton’s new Winter Village Chalets! Grab hot drinks and snacks from local restaurants and enjoy sidewalk sales at local retailers.  When you purchase a piece from a chalet, not only do you support the artist, but a portion of the sale supports the Arts Council! Win-win-win!

 

Locations: Palmer Square, Princeton Garden Theatre, Hinds Plaza. Artist chalets have been curated by the Arts Council of Princeton and decorated by McCarter Theatre. 

 

November 27 – December 24
12- 6pm | Tuesday – Sunday

Figure Drawing Night: Open Studio

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Join us for an in-person monitored, non-instructional workshop in which artists can work at their own pace in the medium of their choice from a clothed live model in short and sustained poses.

This class will be conducted using social distancing, and the number of students will be capped each week. Masks and a temperature check are required to enter the building.

Register for a single session or the seven week block.

Click here to register.

Figure Drawing Night: Open Studio (Virtual)

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Join us for a weekly monitored, non-instructional workshop in which artists can work at their own pace in the medium of their choice from a clothed live model in short and sustained poses.

To gain access to the session each week, please pay by 5pm on Thursday. You will then be sent a Zoom meeting link by 6:00pm for the 6:30pm workshop start.

Each workshop is $11 to join.

Use this link to register and pay here: Pay Now

Tech Requirements: Wifi, a computer or other device with a built in camera, and a Zoom account. Students will receive a different email with a link for that week’s Zoom meeting by 6pm on the day of.

2020 Member Exhibition

If you’re like us, all you want right now is to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Virus, politics, environmental chaos, lanternflies … there’s no doubt that it’s been a time of great anxiety and stress. During it all, making art has brought us together and kept us engaged in an otherwise isolated time. Whether you posted a doodle a day, experimented with clay, or mastered the color mixing of oil paints, art proved to be a powerful weapon in combating loneliness and inspiring self expression. View works submitted by members of our community reflecting on these themes, and help us show 2020 the door. 

 

Each year, the Arts Council welcomes our community of member artists to submit work to our Annual Member Exhibition. This year, our Taplin Gallery is filled with the most art ever submitted in the history of this tradition: more than 115 pieces created by our members are currently on view for our community to enjoy, including drawing, painting, photography, sculpture, textile art, and more.

 

We are pleased to invite you to join Adam Welch, Executive Director, and Maria Evans, Artistic Director, for a Virtual Opening Reception and gallery tour on Tuesday, December 8 at 7pm.