Soul-Filled Bowls: A Community Project Feeding the Hungry

by Arts Council of Princeton's Ceramic CommunityDecember 3, 2016 - December 3, 2016

The Arts Council of Princeton’s Ceramics Community – students, instructors, & local ceramic artists – are creating 250 handmade bowls to feed the hungry in anticipation of the first Soul-Filled Bowls event to be held at in the ACP’s Paul Robeson Center for the Arts from 11-3:30 The public is invited to come purchase a beautiful handmade ceramics bowl for $20, enjoy soup donated by Blawenburg Cafe and a piece of bread. All proceeds will benefit Trenton Area Soup Kitchen and Mercer Street Friends. For

Interwoven Stories

by Community Stitching Project ParticipantsOctober 29, 2016 - November 30, 2016

Extended Thanksgiving Gallery Hours: Friday, 11/25 – 10am-4pm Saturday, 11/26 – 10am-3pm Interwoven Stories is a community-based narrative stitching project created and facilitated by Diana Weymar, the Arts Council’s 2016 Artist-in-Residence. More than 100 3-hole fabric pages, stitched with memories, places, and people, will be assembled together for this one time group show. “It is the nature of socially engaged art to present a project to a community while not knowing how it will be received or executed. It is an open question. The response

Annual Members Exhibition 2016

by ACP MembersSeptember 10, 2016 - October 1, 2016

The Annual Members Exhibition is open to all artists who are current ACP members.

Summer Camp Show

by 2016 Summer CampersJune 27, 2016 - September 3, 2016

Taplin Gallery | The Robeson Center overflows with inspiring summer camp creativity

Start Fresh

by Polly Apfelbaum, Lindsay Feuer, Susan Hockaday, Natalie Jeremijenko, Melissa Marks, Scott WrightMay 6, 2016 - June 24, 2016

Start Fresh is a group exhibition about clarity, finesse, energy, surprise, nature, healing and defying expectations in art. The exhibit brings together startling and fresh works of art by professional artists, alongside that of participants from seven arts and health programs that engage the community in creative dialogue.A passionate concern for nature pervades the work of included artists: Polly Apfelbaum, Lindsay Feuer, Susan Hockaday, Natalie Jeremijenko, Melissa Marks, and Scott Wright. To celebrate surprise and renewal in art, students ages 15 to 102 from the

Pinot to Picasso Tombola Preview

by Tombola ArtistsApril 21, 2016 - April 26, 2016

The Pinot to Picasso Tombola Preview showcases the Tombola artwork for the Arts Council’s signature art and wine spring fundraiser, Pinot to Picasso. The Tombola preview includes 85 works of original artwork donated by local artists. View the complete Tombola Gallery here. I’m a Dreamer, Mira DeMartino Water Lilies in Claude Monet’s Pond in Giverny, Tatiana Popova

Every Fiber of My Being

by Maira Kalman, Amy Meissner, Cassie Jones, Diana Weymar, Caroline Lathan-Stiefel, Danielle Hogan, Katie TrukMarch 5, 2016 - April 17, 2016

Every Fiber of My Being presents the work of seven artists: Maira Kalman, Amy Meissner, Cassie Jones, Diana Weymar, Caroline Lathan-Stiefel, Danielle Hogan and Katie Truk. This group exhibition was curated by 2016 Spring Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence Diana Weymar. What inspires these seven artists varies, but they share a common use and appreciation of textile and modern embroidery. From Diana Weymar’s Curator Statement: “This show explores the use of textile as a second skin – embodying past memories and experiences to embrace and express a

Down To Earth: Artists Inspired By The Elements

by Olivia Jupillat, Paul Mordetsky, Alice Sims-GunzenhauserFebruary 6, 2016 - February 27, 2016

Down to Earth: Artists Inspired By The Elements, an exhibition of work by artists who are influenced by elements such as fire, wind, and earth. Join us in the Taplin Gallery for an Opening Reception: on Saturday, February 6 from 3-5pm. From working in a vineyard in Oregon, to managing a traditional wine shop in Princeton, to traveling overseas, Olivia Jupillat’s experiences over the last few years have taken her work on an unexpected turn. “My fascination with root and earth structures stemmed from a