To sponsor one or more of the special events listed below, or for more information, contact Taneshia Nash Laird (609) 924-8777 x 104. These galas would not be possible without the time and talent of our gifted Circle of Friends.
Dining by Design is the Arts Council of Princeton’s signature annual fall gala fundraiser, attracting over 400 guests in support of ACP community education programs for at-risk populations. The event, centered around an art-related theme, features cocktails, dinner, live and silent auctions and a performance.
Sponsorships starting at $500 include (but are not limited to) name and/or logo recognition in online and printed event materials. Tables of 10 in prime locations start at $5,000.
Over 500 guests come together each spring in support of the Arts Council of Princeton’s Anne Reeves Fund, which supports Community Arts Initiatives and the Artist-in-Residence Program. The event, typically held in a raw space transformed by a talented décor committee, includes a salon-style exhibition, gourmet tastings, wines from around the world, local beers and dancing.
One of the highlights of the evening is the Tombola, a drawing of artworks contributed by a select group of local artists. The number of Tombola tickets available is limited to the number of pieces of art. Tombola ticket holders, chosen at random, have 60 seconds to select one work of art to take home.
Sponsorships starting at $500 include (but are not limited to) name and/or logo recognition in online and printed event materials.
Each spring the ACP produces Communiversity ArtsFest, one of Central Jersey’s most well-known events. 200+ booths showcasing artists, craftspeople and merchants from around the tri-state area; continuous live entertainment on multiple stages; children’s actives; a wide array of delicious food from around the globe; and a broad representation of the many businesses and non-profit organizations transform downtown Princeton and attract over 40,000+ visitors.
Event Sponsors receive valuable marketing rewards, increased visibility and ACP Community Partner status in addition to booth space. Sponsorship starts at $1,200.
The ACP presents a vibrant schedule of exhibitions, performances, outreach programs, community events and classes, art camps and workshops for students of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. Most of our programs take place in the ACP’s renovated Paul Robeson Center for the Arts, a multidisciplinary facility designed by architect Michael Graves, with studio space for visual and performing arts, a 120-seat theater and an award-winning gallery. In addition, we present an active schedule of free community programs including arts outreach at community centers and schools, changing exhibitions in the public library, an annual summer outdoor concert series and free community events such as a Halloween Parade, Day of the Dead activites, Black History Month events and more.