Earth, Wind, and Fire Creative Friday Classes
February 6 - September 30
Located in the Downstairs Gallery.
Located downstairs in our Lower Level Gallery, Earth, Wind, and Fire features work created by Creative Friday classes in collaboration with Princeton Young Achievers.
The Arts Council of Princeton and Princeton Young Achievers collaborate every Friday during the school year to bring art to Princeton Housing Authority learning centers, the Henry F. Pannell Center and the Marcy T. Crimmins Center. Our Arts Council instructors introduced earth, wind and fire to their students and how their art work could use these vital forces for inspiration.
I am Innocent: The Migration Back to Freedom for the Innocent in Prison
For the thousands of wrongfully-convicted men and women in this country, their journey starts with a tremendous shock. They are arrested for a serious crime they had nothing to do with. They ultimately wind up in court and despite all evidence to the contrary, they believe it is only a matter of time before police, prosecutors and the judge will realize their mistake. But that never happens. They are locked away with little chance of ever seeing freedom again while living in the hell of …
Earth, Fire, Water, Ice, Debris: Five Artists Comment on the Environment
Fire, Earth, Water, Ice, Debris features original work by Helena Bienstock, Diane Burko, Anita Glesta, Susan Hockaday, Martha Vaughn and is curated by Judith K. Brodsky. We are in a period of artmaking in which artists have moved out of the attic into the world. In this age of images, artists are using their powerful visual skills to make us aware of the issues in the world around us as well as the beauty. These five artists, each in her own way, have turned their …