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Friday, February 16

Cabernet Cabaret - Defying Gravity: Songs of Journeys & Transformation

- $18 ACP Members, Students, Seniors; $20 General Audience

The Arts Council of Princeton presents the sixth annual Cabernet Cabaret, a cabernet-infused performance in the most romantic month of the year. Join Sarah Donner and special guests Mark Applegate, Matthew Campbell, and Rebecca Mullaney for a night of live music filled with drama, romance and comedy.

Please join us at 7pm for a tapas reception by Mediterra Restaurant and Taverna. The Cabernet Cabaret performance begins at 8pm.

My life has taken quite a few turns this year. I left my teeny Princeton apartment where I had been for fifteen years and moved back to my hometown of New Bedford, Massachusetts. I bought my first house. I had to start a lot of things over again, and it seemed natural to reflect on that musically this year. All great musicals are stories of journeys great and small, and it’s easy to find songs that speak to my heart. I’ve left a lot of friends in NJ, but I’m also building new relationships in a city where I left my heart long ago. I am so glad to revisit with some of those friends at this show and make music with them! This year’s Cabernet Cabaret includes selections from Wicked, The Lion King, Anastasia, Ordinary Days, and Dear Evan Hansen.
– Sarah Donner

Tickets to Cabernet Cabaret include a tapas reception, one drink ticket and the performance. Tickets are available via Eventbrite.

Sarah Donner is a singer/songwriter recently relocated back to her hometown of New Bedford MA. She was a graduate of Westminster Choir College where she caused shenanigans by belting and writing songs about her gay boyfriends. Sarah Donner performed with College Light Opera Company, Princeton Players, Westminster Players, and various regional theaters in the Northeast. Her favoriteroles include The Secret Garden (Martha), Godspell (Sonia), Titanic (Kate Mullins), and of course five years of Cabernet Cabaret (Sarah)!

Sarah Donner now spends most of her days locked in a kitten cam room with fuzzy nuggets while she writes and performs. You can support her habit at Patreon.com/sarahdonner for $1/month. That’s way less than a cup of Small World Coffee. Wow! Special thanks to Rebecca, Matthew, and Mark for continuing on this journey, and the ACP for giving me my annual fix of showtunes and wine!

Cabernet Cabaret is made possible by Mediterra Restaurant and Taverna, The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, and Discover Jersey Arts.

Heroes of Comic Art

The Arts Council of Princeton presents Heroes of Comic Art, featuring original published artworks by Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Curt Swan, John Buscema, Jack Davis, Steve Ditko and other great artists that created many of the comic heroes that we enjoy in today’s books and films.

 
Each artist in this exhibition have made major contributions to the history of the comic books as we know them. In 1940, Jack Kirby and writer-editor Joe Simon created the highly successful superhero character, Captain America for Timely Comics, predecessor of Marvel Comics. During the 1960s, Kirby and Stan Lee co-created the Fantastic Four, the Mighty Thor, the X-men and the Incredible Hulk among other characters for Marvel. Steve Ditko also co-created Spider-man. Previously, the DC Comics Carmine Infantino had introduced the Flash to readers which sparked the renewed interest in superhero comics. This allowed artists like Joe Kubert (Hawkman) and Gil Kane (Green Latern) to follow suit and reintroduce other characters, initiating what historians consider to be the Silver Age of Comics. The original pages are all included in this exhibition.

 

“At some point I became aware that I could own the original drawings used in the publication of the comics that educated and entertained me through my formative years,” Charles David Viera says on his collection, “Partly for their artistic value and partly for nostalgia purposes, I am presenting this exhibition of the true comic book heroes, the artists themselves.”

 

An exhibition of Viera’s own original work, Narrative Paintings, will simultaneously be displayed in the Arts Council’s Lower Level Gallery with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 13 from 3-5pm. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement, which will be offered at the Arts Council on Saturday, January 20 from 1-2:30pm.

Narrative Paintings

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Featured in the Lower-Level Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is Narrative Paintings by longtime ACP instructor, Charles David Viera. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement which will be offered at the ACP during the winter semester.

 

Charles David Viera’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum ,The Nassau County Museum, Adam Gimbel Gallery ,and the First St Gallery in New York and  locally at the Artists’ Gallery and the Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville NJ . Viera has taught painting and drawing to students of all levels including graduate students at Long Island University, inmates at the Brooklyn House of Detention and children at the Montclair and Hunterdon Art Museums. He currently teaches Beginner to Advanced Painting for adult students at ACP and for Hunterdon County.

PSO "Listen Up!" Exhibition 2018

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2018 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students, inspired by the LARK Quartet’s October performance of Schulhoff’s Concerto for String Quartet and Winds with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Join us to celebrate these students’ artistry at the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm.

Transition: Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in transition. Intrigued by the rapid transformation of Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies of the world, Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen have returned multiple times to photograph this region. A dynamic, youthful country, especially seen in mega-cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Sai Gon), it is a country where the traditional and contemporary are reconstituted into distinctively Vietnamese manifestations.

Saturday, February 17

Heroes of Comic Art

The Arts Council of Princeton presents Heroes of Comic Art, featuring original published artworks by Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Curt Swan, John Buscema, Jack Davis, Steve Ditko and other great artists that created many of the comic heroes that we enjoy in today’s books and films.

 
Each artist in this exhibition have made major contributions to the history of the comic books as we know them. In 1940, Jack Kirby and writer-editor Joe Simon created the highly successful superhero character, Captain America for Timely Comics, predecessor of Marvel Comics. During the 1960s, Kirby and Stan Lee co-created the Fantastic Four, the Mighty Thor, the X-men and the Incredible Hulk among other characters for Marvel. Steve Ditko also co-created Spider-man. Previously, the DC Comics Carmine Infantino had introduced the Flash to readers which sparked the renewed interest in superhero comics. This allowed artists like Joe Kubert (Hawkman) and Gil Kane (Green Latern) to follow suit and reintroduce other characters, initiating what historians consider to be the Silver Age of Comics. The original pages are all included in this exhibition.

 

“At some point I became aware that I could own the original drawings used in the publication of the comics that educated and entertained me through my formative years,” Charles David Viera says on his collection, “Partly for their artistic value and partly for nostalgia purposes, I am presenting this exhibition of the true comic book heroes, the artists themselves.”

 

An exhibition of Viera’s own original work, Narrative Paintings, will simultaneously be displayed in the Arts Council’s Lower Level Gallery with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 13 from 3-5pm. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement, which will be offered at the Arts Council on Saturday, January 20 from 1-2:30pm.

Narrative Paintings

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Featured in the Lower-Level Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is Narrative Paintings by longtime ACP instructor, Charles David Viera. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement which will be offered at the ACP during the winter semester.

 

Charles David Viera’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum ,The Nassau County Museum, Adam Gimbel Gallery ,and the First St Gallery in New York and  locally at the Artists’ Gallery and the Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville NJ . Viera has taught painting and drawing to students of all levels including graduate students at Long Island University, inmates at the Brooklyn House of Detention and children at the Montclair and Hunterdon Art Museums. He currently teaches Beginner to Advanced Painting for adult students at ACP and for Hunterdon County.

PSO "Listen Up!" Exhibition 2018

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2018 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students, inspired by the LARK Quartet’s October performance of Schulhoff’s Concerto for String Quartet and Winds with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Join us to celebrate these students’ artistry at the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm.

Transition: Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in transition. Intrigued by the rapid transformation of Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies of the world, Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen have returned multiple times to photograph this region. A dynamic, youthful country, especially seen in mega-cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Sai Gon), it is a country where the traditional and contemporary are reconstituted into distinctively Vietnamese manifestations.

Sunday, February 18

Heroes of Comic Art

The Arts Council of Princeton presents Heroes of Comic Art, featuring original published artworks by Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Curt Swan, John Buscema, Jack Davis, Steve Ditko and other great artists that created many of the comic heroes that we enjoy in today’s books and films.

 
Each artist in this exhibition have made major contributions to the history of the comic books as we know them. In 1940, Jack Kirby and writer-editor Joe Simon created the highly successful superhero character, Captain America for Timely Comics, predecessor of Marvel Comics. During the 1960s, Kirby and Stan Lee co-created the Fantastic Four, the Mighty Thor, the X-men and the Incredible Hulk among other characters for Marvel. Steve Ditko also co-created Spider-man. Previously, the DC Comics Carmine Infantino had introduced the Flash to readers which sparked the renewed interest in superhero comics. This allowed artists like Joe Kubert (Hawkman) and Gil Kane (Green Latern) to follow suit and reintroduce other characters, initiating what historians consider to be the Silver Age of Comics. The original pages are all included in this exhibition.

 

“At some point I became aware that I could own the original drawings used in the publication of the comics that educated and entertained me through my formative years,” Charles David Viera says on his collection, “Partly for their artistic value and partly for nostalgia purposes, I am presenting this exhibition of the true comic book heroes, the artists themselves.”

 

An exhibition of Viera’s own original work, Narrative Paintings, will simultaneously be displayed in the Arts Council’s Lower Level Gallery with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 13 from 3-5pm. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement, which will be offered at the Arts Council on Saturday, January 20 from 1-2:30pm.

Narrative Paintings

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Featured in the Lower-Level Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is Narrative Paintings by longtime ACP instructor, Charles David Viera. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement which will be offered at the ACP during the winter semester.

 

Charles David Viera’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum ,The Nassau County Museum, Adam Gimbel Gallery ,and the First St Gallery in New York and  locally at the Artists’ Gallery and the Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville NJ . Viera has taught painting and drawing to students of all levels including graduate students at Long Island University, inmates at the Brooklyn House of Detention and children at the Montclair and Hunterdon Art Museums. He currently teaches Beginner to Advanced Painting for adult students at ACP and for Hunterdon County.

PSO "Listen Up!" Exhibition 2018

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2018 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students, inspired by the LARK Quartet’s October performance of Schulhoff’s Concerto for String Quartet and Winds with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Join us to celebrate these students’ artistry at the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm.

Transition: Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in transition. Intrigued by the rapid transformation of Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies of the world, Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen have returned multiple times to photograph this region. A dynamic, youthful country, especially seen in mega-cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Sai Gon), it is a country where the traditional and contemporary are reconstituted into distinctively Vietnamese manifestations.

Monday, February 19

Heroes of Comic Art

The Arts Council of Princeton presents Heroes of Comic Art, featuring original published artworks by Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Curt Swan, John Buscema, Jack Davis, Steve Ditko and other great artists that created many of the comic heroes that we enjoy in today’s books and films.

 
Each artist in this exhibition have made major contributions to the history of the comic books as we know them. In 1940, Jack Kirby and writer-editor Joe Simon created the highly successful superhero character, Captain America for Timely Comics, predecessor of Marvel Comics. During the 1960s, Kirby and Stan Lee co-created the Fantastic Four, the Mighty Thor, the X-men and the Incredible Hulk among other characters for Marvel. Steve Ditko also co-created Spider-man. Previously, the DC Comics Carmine Infantino had introduced the Flash to readers which sparked the renewed interest in superhero comics. This allowed artists like Joe Kubert (Hawkman) and Gil Kane (Green Latern) to follow suit and reintroduce other characters, initiating what historians consider to be the Silver Age of Comics. The original pages are all included in this exhibition.

 

“At some point I became aware that I could own the original drawings used in the publication of the comics that educated and entertained me through my formative years,” Charles David Viera says on his collection, “Partly for their artistic value and partly for nostalgia purposes, I am presenting this exhibition of the true comic book heroes, the artists themselves.”

 

An exhibition of Viera’s own original work, Narrative Paintings, will simultaneously be displayed in the Arts Council’s Lower Level Gallery with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 13 from 3-5pm. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement, which will be offered at the Arts Council on Saturday, January 20 from 1-2:30pm.

Narrative Paintings

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Featured in the Lower-Level Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is Narrative Paintings by longtime ACP instructor, Charles David Viera. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement which will be offered at the ACP during the winter semester.

 

Charles David Viera’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum ,The Nassau County Museum, Adam Gimbel Gallery ,and the First St Gallery in New York and  locally at the Artists’ Gallery and the Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville NJ . Viera has taught painting and drawing to students of all levels including graduate students at Long Island University, inmates at the Brooklyn House of Detention and children at the Montclair and Hunterdon Art Museums. He currently teaches Beginner to Advanced Painting for adult students at ACP and for Hunterdon County.

PSO "Listen Up!" Exhibition 2018

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2018 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students, inspired by the LARK Quartet’s October performance of Schulhoff’s Concerto for String Quartet and Winds with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Join us to celebrate these students’ artistry at the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm.

Transition: Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in transition. Intrigued by the rapid transformation of Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies of the world, Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen have returned multiple times to photograph this region. A dynamic, youthful country, especially seen in mega-cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Sai Gon), it is a country where the traditional and contemporary are reconstituted into distinctively Vietnamese manifestations.

Tuesday, February 20

Anon(ymous): Staged Reading

- Free and Open to the Public!

Join us for a staged reading of Naomi Iizuka’s play, directed by Brandon Monokian. Separated from his mother, a young refugee called Anon journeys through the United States, encountering a wide variety of people — some kind, some dangerous and cruel — as he searches for his family in this adaptation of Homer’s Odyssey.

[caption id="attachment_20736" align="aligncenter" width="300"] This program is being held in collaborations with Migrations, community-wide investigation of the theme of migration taking place throughout Princeton from February through May, 2018.[/caption]

Heroes of Comic Art

The Arts Council of Princeton presents Heroes of Comic Art, featuring original published artworks by Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Curt Swan, John Buscema, Jack Davis, Steve Ditko and other great artists that created many of the comic heroes that we enjoy in today’s books and films.

 
Each artist in this exhibition have made major contributions to the history of the comic books as we know them. In 1940, Jack Kirby and writer-editor Joe Simon created the highly successful superhero character, Captain America for Timely Comics, predecessor of Marvel Comics. During the 1960s, Kirby and Stan Lee co-created the Fantastic Four, the Mighty Thor, the X-men and the Incredible Hulk among other characters for Marvel. Steve Ditko also co-created Spider-man. Previously, the DC Comics Carmine Infantino had introduced the Flash to readers which sparked the renewed interest in superhero comics. This allowed artists like Joe Kubert (Hawkman) and Gil Kane (Green Latern) to follow suit and reintroduce other characters, initiating what historians consider to be the Silver Age of Comics. The original pages are all included in this exhibition.

 

“At some point I became aware that I could own the original drawings used in the publication of the comics that educated and entertained me through my formative years,” Charles David Viera says on his collection, “Partly for their artistic value and partly for nostalgia purposes, I am presenting this exhibition of the true comic book heroes, the artists themselves.”

 

An exhibition of Viera’s own original work, Narrative Paintings, will simultaneously be displayed in the Arts Council’s Lower Level Gallery with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 13 from 3-5pm. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement, which will be offered at the Arts Council on Saturday, January 20 from 1-2:30pm.

Narrative Paintings

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Featured in the Lower-Level Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is Narrative Paintings by longtime ACP instructor, Charles David Viera. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement which will be offered at the ACP during the winter semester.

 

Charles David Viera’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum ,The Nassau County Museum, Adam Gimbel Gallery ,and the First St Gallery in New York and  locally at the Artists’ Gallery and the Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville NJ . Viera has taught painting and drawing to students of all levels including graduate students at Long Island University, inmates at the Brooklyn House of Detention and children at the Montclair and Hunterdon Art Museums. He currently teaches Beginner to Advanced Painting for adult students at ACP and for Hunterdon County.

PSO "Listen Up!" Exhibition 2018

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2018 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students, inspired by the LARK Quartet’s October performance of Schulhoff’s Concerto for String Quartet and Winds with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Join us to celebrate these students’ artistry at the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm.

Transition: Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in transition. Intrigued by the rapid transformation of Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies of the world, Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen have returned multiple times to photograph this region. A dynamic, youthful country, especially seen in mega-cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Sai Gon), it is a country where the traditional and contemporary are reconstituted into distinctively Vietnamese manifestations.

Wednesday, February 21

Heroes of Comic Art

The Arts Council of Princeton presents Heroes of Comic Art, featuring original published artworks by Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Curt Swan, John Buscema, Jack Davis, Steve Ditko and other great artists that created many of the comic heroes that we enjoy in today’s books and films.

 
Each artist in this exhibition have made major contributions to the history of the comic books as we know them. In 1940, Jack Kirby and writer-editor Joe Simon created the highly successful superhero character, Captain America for Timely Comics, predecessor of Marvel Comics. During the 1960s, Kirby and Stan Lee co-created the Fantastic Four, the Mighty Thor, the X-men and the Incredible Hulk among other characters for Marvel. Steve Ditko also co-created Spider-man. Previously, the DC Comics Carmine Infantino had introduced the Flash to readers which sparked the renewed interest in superhero comics. This allowed artists like Joe Kubert (Hawkman) and Gil Kane (Green Latern) to follow suit and reintroduce other characters, initiating what historians consider to be the Silver Age of Comics. The original pages are all included in this exhibition.

 

“At some point I became aware that I could own the original drawings used in the publication of the comics that educated and entertained me through my formative years,” Charles David Viera says on his collection, “Partly for their artistic value and partly for nostalgia purposes, I am presenting this exhibition of the true comic book heroes, the artists themselves.”

 

An exhibition of Viera’s own original work, Narrative Paintings, will simultaneously be displayed in the Arts Council’s Lower Level Gallery with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 13 from 3-5pm. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement, which will be offered at the Arts Council on Saturday, January 20 from 1-2:30pm.

Narrative Paintings

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Featured in the Lower-Level Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is Narrative Paintings by longtime ACP instructor, Charles David Viera. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement which will be offered at the ACP during the winter semester.

 

Charles David Viera’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum ,The Nassau County Museum, Adam Gimbel Gallery ,and the First St Gallery in New York and  locally at the Artists’ Gallery and the Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville NJ . Viera has taught painting and drawing to students of all levels including graduate students at Long Island University, inmates at the Brooklyn House of Detention and children at the Montclair and Hunterdon Art Museums. He currently teaches Beginner to Advanced Painting for adult students at ACP and for Hunterdon County.

PSO "Listen Up!" Exhibition 2018

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2018 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students, inspired by the LARK Quartet’s October performance of Schulhoff’s Concerto for String Quartet and Winds with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Join us to celebrate these students’ artistry at the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm.

Transition: Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in transition. Intrigued by the rapid transformation of Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies of the world, Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen have returned multiple times to photograph this region. A dynamic, youthful country, especially seen in mega-cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Sai Gon), it is a country where the traditional and contemporary are reconstituted into distinctively Vietnamese manifestations.

Thursday, February 22

Heroes of Comic Art

The Arts Council of Princeton presents Heroes of Comic Art, featuring original published artworks by Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, Carmine Infantino, Joe Kubert, Curt Swan, John Buscema, Jack Davis, Steve Ditko and other great artists that created many of the comic heroes that we enjoy in today’s books and films.

 
Each artist in this exhibition have made major contributions to the history of the comic books as we know them. In 1940, Jack Kirby and writer-editor Joe Simon created the highly successful superhero character, Captain America for Timely Comics, predecessor of Marvel Comics. During the 1960s, Kirby and Stan Lee co-created the Fantastic Four, the Mighty Thor, the X-men and the Incredible Hulk among other characters for Marvel. Steve Ditko also co-created Spider-man. Previously, the DC Comics Carmine Infantino had introduced the Flash to readers which sparked the renewed interest in superhero comics. This allowed artists like Joe Kubert (Hawkman) and Gil Kane (Green Latern) to follow suit and reintroduce other characters, initiating what historians consider to be the Silver Age of Comics. The original pages are all included in this exhibition.

 

“At some point I became aware that I could own the original drawings used in the publication of the comics that educated and entertained me through my formative years,” Charles David Viera says on his collection, “Partly for their artistic value and partly for nostalgia purposes, I am presenting this exhibition of the true comic book heroes, the artists themselves.”

 

An exhibition of Viera’s own original work, Narrative Paintings, will simultaneously be displayed in the Arts Council’s Lower Level Gallery with an Opening Reception on Saturday, January 13 from 3-5pm. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement, which will be offered at the Arts Council on Saturday, January 20 from 1-2:30pm.

Narrative Paintings

[acp_row][acp_column]

Featured in the Lower-Level Gallery at the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts is Narrative Paintings by longtime ACP instructor, Charles David Viera. Viera’s narrative works have rarely been displayed as a group and are the focus of this exhibition which coincides with a special class Narrative Painting: Making a Statement which will be offered at the ACP during the winter semester.

 

Charles David Viera’s paintings and drawings have been exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum ,The Nassau County Museum, Adam Gimbel Gallery ,and the First St Gallery in New York and  locally at the Artists’ Gallery and the Riverrun Gallery in Lambertville NJ . Viera has taught painting and drawing to students of all levels including graduate students at Long Island University, inmates at the Brooklyn House of Detention and children at the Montclair and Hunterdon Art Museums. He currently teaches Beginner to Advanced Painting for adult students at ACP and for Hunterdon County.

PSO "Listen Up!" Exhibition 2018

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2018 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students, inspired by the LARK Quartet’s October performance of Schulhoff’s Concerto for String Quartet and Winds with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Join us to celebrate these students’ artistry at the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm.

Transition: Vietnam

Vietnam is a country in transition. Intrigued by the rapid transformation of Vietnam, one of the fastest growing economies of the world, Mark Ludak and Andrew Cohen have returned multiple times to photograph this region. A dynamic, youthful country, especially seen in mega-cities like Ho Chi Minh City (Sai Gon), it is a country where the traditional and contemporary are reconstituted into distinctively Vietnamese manifestations.