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Thursday, December 5

What's Afoot? Annual Members Exhibition

The Arts Council of Princeton presents its Annual Members Exhibition, in which artist members may enter an artwork to be displayed in the Taplin Gallery. This popular and inclusive exhibition celebrates our diverse, creative art community. The exhibition annually inspires participation in Arts Council programs while providing an opportunity for our artists to share their talents with the public.

The theme for 2019 is “What’s Afoot?“: submitted artwork must not exceed 12 inches in any direction.

 

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 23 | 3-5pm
Thank you to Mediterra Restaraunt and Taverna for refreshments. 

Friday, December 6

What's Afoot? Annual Members Exhibition

The Arts Council of Princeton presents its Annual Members Exhibition, in which artist members may enter an artwork to be displayed in the Taplin Gallery. This popular and inclusive exhibition celebrates our diverse, creative art community. The exhibition annually inspires participation in Arts Council programs while providing an opportunity for our artists to share their talents with the public.

The theme for 2019 is “What’s Afoot?“: submitted artwork must not exceed 12 inches in any direction.

 

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 23 | 3-5pm
Thank you to Mediterra Restaraunt and Taverna for refreshments. 

Saturday, December 7

Katie Welsh: Holiday Melodies

- $20

Join singer Katie Welsh for an evening of holiday songs from Broadway and Hollywood musicals! Katie sings and shares the stories behind such favorites as “Silver Bells,” “White Christmas,” and many more! Katie is accompanied by pianist David Pearl.

Tickets are $20 and available online on Eventbrite by clicking here. Tickets will also be sold at the door for cash-only.

Katie Welsh is a singer specializing in musical theater and the Great American Songbook and a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Princeton University. Katie’s recent performances have included solo engagements at Feinstein’s/54 Below, Don’t Tell Mama, The Duplex Cabaret Theatre, the Metropolitan Room, BroadwayCon, and the Princeton Club of New York. Katie is also a researcher and writer on topics of musical theater and has given extensive interviews about her work to Everything Sondheim, Musical Theater Today, and others. Katie recently co-authored a chapter on musical theater reception theory with Stacy Wolf for The Routledge Companion to the Contemporary Musical. Visit KatieWelsh.com and follow Katie @katiewelshmusic. Katie is also available for private events and house concerts.

Pianist David Pearl has performed in many of New York’s premier venues (Joe’s Pub, Rainbow Room, Café Sabarsky, The Cutting Room, Symphony Space) and collaborates frequently with musicians in the jazz and classical community. He has been awarded grants from the New York State Council on the Arts to perform solo piano recitals, and his musical arrangements and transcriptions are published and performed regularly. He is the author of Piano Exercises For Dummies, The Art of Steely Dan, The Jazz Piano Collection, and The Art of Billy Strayhorn.

This event is presented by the Music & Theater Collective, an organization dedicated to celebrating music and theater through performance and scholarship. For more information, contact us at musictheatrecollective@gmail.com or 609.915.7889.

What's Afoot? Annual Members Exhibition

The Arts Council of Princeton presents its Annual Members Exhibition, in which artist members may enter an artwork to be displayed in the Taplin Gallery. This popular and inclusive exhibition celebrates our diverse, creative art community. The exhibition annually inspires participation in Arts Council programs while providing an opportunity for our artists to share their talents with the public.

The theme for 2019 is “What’s Afoot?“: submitted artwork must not exceed 12 inches in any direction.

 

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 23 | 3-5pm
Thank you to Mediterra Restaraunt and Taverna for refreshments. 

Sunday, December 8

What's Afoot? Annual Members Exhibition

The Arts Council of Princeton presents its Annual Members Exhibition, in which artist members may enter an artwork to be displayed in the Taplin Gallery. This popular and inclusive exhibition celebrates our diverse, creative art community. The exhibition annually inspires participation in Arts Council programs while providing an opportunity for our artists to share their talents with the public.

The theme for 2019 is “What’s Afoot?“: submitted artwork must not exceed 12 inches in any direction.

 

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 23 | 3-5pm
Thank you to Mediterra Restaraunt and Taverna for refreshments. 

Monday, December 9

Open Drawing Workshop

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Open Drawing Workshop is a monitored, non-instructional workshop in which artists can work at their own pace in the medium of their selection (no turpentine-based oil paints, please) from a live nude model in short and sustained poses. Chairs and a limited number of easels are available. Students must provide their own materials. Come as often as you like throughout the year!

REGISTRATION IS NOT REQUIRED —just drop in and pay at the door ($15/$13 ACP members). Canceled on all Holiday Mondays.

What's Afoot? Annual Members Exhibition

The Arts Council of Princeton presents its Annual Members Exhibition, in which artist members may enter an artwork to be displayed in the Taplin Gallery. This popular and inclusive exhibition celebrates our diverse, creative art community. The exhibition annually inspires participation in Arts Council programs while providing an opportunity for our artists to share their talents with the public.

The theme for 2019 is “What’s Afoot?“: submitted artwork must not exceed 12 inches in any direction.

 

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 23 | 3-5pm
Thank you to Mediterra Restaraunt and Taverna for refreshments. 

Tuesday, December 10

The Sea Becomes the Seeing: Artist Talk with Christine Lafuente

- Free and Open to the Public!

Artist Christine Lafuente will be speaking about painting seascapes and how it has changed her way of seeing and evolved her still life compositions.

Please join us on Tuesday, December 10 at 7pm in the Arts Council of Princeton’s Solley Theater. This event is held in conjunction with a solo exhibition entitled Looking Into Water at Morpeth Contemporary in Hopewell, NJ. The exhibition opens on December 7 and runs until January 4.

Christine Lafuente has been teaching Alla Prima painting workshops at the Arts Council of Princeton since 2011. An award-winning artist, her work is part of many public and private collections. She has exhibited in New York, London, and extensively along the east coast. Lafuente lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

This event is free and open to the public.

What's Afoot? Annual Members Exhibition

The Arts Council of Princeton presents its Annual Members Exhibition, in which artist members may enter an artwork to be displayed in the Taplin Gallery. This popular and inclusive exhibition celebrates our diverse, creative art community. The exhibition annually inspires participation in Arts Council programs while providing an opportunity for our artists to share their talents with the public.

The theme for 2019 is “What’s Afoot?“: submitted artwork must not exceed 12 inches in any direction.

 

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 23 | 3-5pm
Thank you to Mediterra Restaraunt and Taverna for refreshments. 

Wednesday, December 11

What's Afoot? Annual Members Exhibition

The Arts Council of Princeton presents its Annual Members Exhibition, in which artist members may enter an artwork to be displayed in the Taplin Gallery. This popular and inclusive exhibition celebrates our diverse, creative art community. The exhibition annually inspires participation in Arts Council programs while providing an opportunity for our artists to share their talents with the public.

The theme for 2019 is “What’s Afoot?“: submitted artwork must not exceed 12 inches in any direction.

 

Opening Reception
Saturday, November 23 | 3-5pm
Thank you to Mediterra Restaraunt and Taverna for refreshments.