During this unprecedented crisis, the Arts Council of Princeton is your community arts partner.

Within a week of closing our doors, our staff launched the apART together project to lift the spirit and keep our town connected. It’s what we do as a community arts organization. 

Designed for all ages and abilities, apART together brings art-making into every household in Princeton. From a Community Sketchbook project to the Sew Many Masks initiative, there’s something for everyone. 

Despite this shutdown, our ArtsExchange students from HomeFront continue to receive weekly live video arts programming.  The neuro-atypical students enrolled in our Adapted Art classes are enjoying live, interactive art-making through video instruction. 

Your gift will enable us to continue to fulfill our mission to Build Community Through the Arts. It will help ensure that the arts remain a vital part of this community’s life when we emerge from this terrible time.

The Covid-19 shutdown presents a crisis for the Arts Council. The loss of nearly all of our earned income, and the postponement of Communiversity and our Spring fundraiser, further compound our financial losses. While we work on creative ways to bring events like these to you virtually, your support has never been more critical than it is now.

We’re asking every family and household in Princeton to help see the Arts Council of Princeton through this disaster. Our goal is 1,000 gifts. Please consider the value you place on free community arts and cultural programming and make a generous gift today. 

From the entire community we serve, many thanks for believing in the power of art to sustain us at this time.