Out of the Ordinary Community Outreach Classes

August 26 - November 24

Located upstairs in the Solley Theater Lobby Gallery, Out of the Ordinary showcases the work of the students participating in Art for Caregivers, Creative Aging, and Bryan House art classes.

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Art for Caregivers and Creative Aging classes, 2015
Instructors: Eva Mantell & Susan Hoenig

Priscilla Algave
Tim Cresson
Carol E. Hoffman
Lenora Kandiner
Jody Kendall
Deena Miller
Vicky Chu Moy
Martha Otis
Ira Saltiel
Meredith Saltiel
Carol Schoenfield
Judith Weinberg



Bryan House Art Class, 2015
Instructor: Susan Hoenig

Monica Baldwin
Ji Fang Cao
Joyce Catelli
Gloria Fajero
Joan Goldstein
Henryka Gutmanski
Jeanne Harrigan
Carol E. Hoffman
Lucy Jachera
Jacqueline Kantwell
Barbara Majarowitz
Judy Pennar
Meredith Saltiel
Eric Zhoo

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Out of Character

I have a lifelong love affair with paper and have saved, catalogued and hoarded report cards, postcards, travel brochures, invoices, documents, medical records and books of travels, important personal events and several generations of my family’s ephemera. My investigations into portraiture through the use of original source documents and related material has its roots in the desire to record and capture time while exploring memory in order to establish identities and reveal new perspectives. Even as portraits typically evoke a likeness, filtered through personality or

Drawings by Mi Ju

The Arts Council of Princeton and the Princeton Public Library present a curated exhibition of paired poems and artwork. This exhibition demonstrates how the image and the written word can be in conversation with each other. Drawings by Brooklyn-based artist, Mi Ju. Poems by John Clare, Rita Dove, Pauline Johnson (Tekahionwake), and Dara-Lyn Shrager. Mi Ju is an internationally exhibited artist who lives and works in New York City.

Colloquy

Last year, in 2017, Anna Boothe and Nancy Cohen collaborated on a series of sculptures that were shown at the Philadelphia Art Alliance; the works shown owed a lot to the thangka, a type of Tibetan Buddhist painting that represents a Buddhist deity or an image taken from the Tibetan religious imaginary.  Buddhist imagery has been a part of American thinking and making for more than two generations now, so Boothe and Cohen belong to a well-established tradition in contemporary American art. Their work, a subtle

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