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Monday, June 27

Princeton Chronicles

This exhibition features the studio work of a group of dedicated high school students who propose to use their artistic talents to create meaningful public
art to raise awareness of historical Princeton personalities. The ten member Princeton High School student team of researchers and artists divided their time between looking up historical archives at the Princeton Public Library, the libraries at Princeton University, plus worked closely with the Princeton Historical Society to collect information about selected individuals. The visual artists worked to design mock versions of the portraits before possible implementation in the WJ neighborhood with the help of the Arts Council of Princeton, art instructor Dressler Smith, Art Pride NJ, and Princeton High School art faculty and you, the public. We invite everyone to stop by and learn about the proposed student mural project, admire their artistic efforts, offer input and/or get involved in what could be Princeton’s next exciting public art project.

Tuesday, June 28

Princeton Chronicles

This exhibition features the studio work of a group of dedicated high school students who propose to use their artistic talents to create meaningful public
art to raise awareness of historical Princeton personalities. The ten member Princeton High School student team of researchers and artists divided their time between looking up historical archives at the Princeton Public Library, the libraries at Princeton University, plus worked closely with the Princeton Historical Society to collect information about selected individuals. The visual artists worked to design mock versions of the portraits before possible implementation in the WJ neighborhood with the help of the Arts Council of Princeton, art instructor Dressler Smith, Art Pride NJ, and Princeton High School art faculty and you, the public. We invite everyone to stop by and learn about the proposed student mural project, admire their artistic efforts, offer input and/or get involved in what could be Princeton’s next exciting public art project.

Wednesday, June 29

Princeton Chronicles

This exhibition features the studio work of a group of dedicated high school students who propose to use their artistic talents to create meaningful public
art to raise awareness of historical Princeton personalities. The ten member Princeton High School student team of researchers and artists divided their time between looking up historical archives at the Princeton Public Library, the libraries at Princeton University, plus worked closely with the Princeton Historical Society to collect information about selected individuals. The visual artists worked to design mock versions of the portraits before possible implementation in the WJ neighborhood with the help of the Arts Council of Princeton, art instructor Dressler Smith, Art Pride NJ, and Princeton High School art faculty and you, the public. We invite everyone to stop by and learn about the proposed student mural project, admire their artistic efforts, offer input and/or get involved in what could be Princeton’s next exciting public art project.

Thursday, June 30

The Blawenburg Band: Summer Courtyard Concert

- Free and Open to the Public!

As part of the 31st annual Summer Courtyard Concert Series, the Arts Council of Princeton and Princeton Shopping Center present The Blawenburg Band. Join us for a special evening showcasing the golden age of concert band music featuring American patriotic music. The Blawenburg Band is one of the oldest community bands in the state, founded in 1890 in Blawenburg, NJ. The members of the Band range in age from their teens to their nineties, and include teachers and students, research scientists, lawyers, computer specialists, homemakers and active retirees. Some players have years of training and professional experience, others learned to play as children and are dedicated amateurs.

Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair! In the event of inclement weather, concerts will be held inside the Arts Council’s Kristina Johnson Pop-Up Studio at the Princeton Shopping Center.

301 N. Harrison Street, Princeton NJ
Ample parking is available at the Princeton Shopping Center.

Princeton Chronicles

This exhibition features the studio work of a group of dedicated high school students who propose to use their artistic talents to create meaningful public
art to raise awareness of historical Princeton personalities. The ten member Princeton High School student team of researchers and artists divided their time between looking up historical archives at the Princeton Public Library, the libraries at Princeton University, plus worked closely with the Princeton Historical Society to collect information about selected individuals. The visual artists worked to design mock versions of the portraits before possible implementation in the WJ neighborhood with the help of the Arts Council of Princeton, art instructor Dressler Smith, Art Pride NJ, and Princeton High School art faculty and you, the public. We invite everyone to stop by and learn about the proposed student mural project, admire their artistic efforts, offer input and/or get involved in what could be Princeton’s next exciting public art project.

Friday, July 1

Princeton Chronicles

This exhibition features the studio work of a group of dedicated high school students who propose to use their artistic talents to create meaningful public
art to raise awareness of historical Princeton personalities. The ten member Princeton High School student team of researchers and artists divided their time between looking up historical archives at the Princeton Public Library, the libraries at Princeton University, plus worked closely with the Princeton Historical Society to collect information about selected individuals. The visual artists worked to design mock versions of the portraits before possible implementation in the WJ neighborhood with the help of the Arts Council of Princeton, art instructor Dressler Smith, Art Pride NJ, and Princeton High School art faculty and you, the public. We invite everyone to stop by and learn about the proposed student mural project, admire their artistic efforts, offer input and/or get involved in what could be Princeton’s next exciting public art project.

Saturday, July 2

Princeton Chronicles

This exhibition features the studio work of a group of dedicated high school students who propose to use their artistic talents to create meaningful public
art to raise awareness of historical Princeton personalities. The ten member Princeton High School student team of researchers and artists divided their time between looking up historical archives at the Princeton Public Library, the libraries at Princeton University, plus worked closely with the Princeton Historical Society to collect information about selected individuals. The visual artists worked to design mock versions of the portraits before possible implementation in the WJ neighborhood with the help of the Arts Council of Princeton, art instructor Dressler Smith, Art Pride NJ, and Princeton High School art faculty and you, the public. We invite everyone to stop by and learn about the proposed student mural project, admire their artistic efforts, offer input and/or get involved in what could be Princeton’s next exciting public art project.

Sunday, July 3

Princeton Chronicles

This exhibition features the studio work of a group of dedicated high school students who propose to use their artistic talents to create meaningful public
art to raise awareness of historical Princeton personalities. The ten member Princeton High School student team of researchers and artists divided their time between looking up historical archives at the Princeton Public Library, the libraries at Princeton University, plus worked closely with the Princeton Historical Society to collect information about selected individuals. The visual artists worked to design mock versions of the portraits before possible implementation in the WJ neighborhood with the help of the Arts Council of Princeton, art instructor Dressler Smith, Art Pride NJ, and Princeton High School art faculty and you, the public. We invite everyone to stop by and learn about the proposed student mural project, admire their artistic efforts, offer input and/or get involved in what could be Princeton’s next exciting public art project.