50th Anniversary Invitational Exhibition

September 9 - October 7

Exhibition in celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Arts Council of Princeton.

L-R: Nancy Shill, Silvere Boureau, Jamie Greenfield

2017 year marks the 50th Anniversary of the Arts Council of Princeton! The year-long celebration includes a full schedule of events including a 50th Anniversary Invitational Exhibition, featuring work in the ACP’s award-winning Taplin Gallery and the Princeton Public Library from September 16 through October 7, 2017. Invited artists range in involvement with the Arts Council, from former Artists-in-Residence, to featured gallery artists, instructors, Terrace Project artists, and more.

See the work of Rory Mahon, Peter C. Cook, Marie Sturken, Ben Colbert, Leon Rainbow, Susan Hockaday, Ruthann Perry and many more.

The invitational exhibition continues with additional work on view in Princeton Day School’s Anne Reid ’72 Gallery from September 11 through October 5, 2017. Art will be available for sale at all three venues to help support Arts Council programming.

Kathleen Preziosi

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