The Shape of Color

by Walter FrankSeptember 29, 2018 - November 17, 2018

The Arts Council of Princeton presents The Shape of Color: Photographs by Walter Frank in the Solley Lobby Gallery. Join us for an Opening Reception on Saturday, October 6 from 3-5pm.   “In 1970, I purchased a Honeywell Pentax 35m camera not long after arriving in San Francisco as a newly minted attorney. My sojourn in California lasted 4 years; Roughly 31 years later I finally bid farewell to my loyal friend and entered the digital age. All the framed pictures in this exhibit were

Cows in Our Town

March 1, 2018 - March 31, 2018

Cows in Our Town is an udderly exciting public art collaboration created by the Arts Council of Princeton and McCarter Theatre Center. Twenty one cows were designed by diverse local artists and placed in popular locations around Princeton from December 2017 – February 2018. Learn more here! The cows have come together to be shown as a group in the Solley Theater lobby in the Paul Robeson Center for the Arts. [/acp_column]

Recent Small Still Life Paintings

by Joe KossowMarch 9, 2018 - March 25, 2018

Joe Kossow received a Master in Fine Arts degree from The American University in Washington, DC in 1982. He was fortunate to have studied with Ben Summerford,Robert D’Arista, and Jack Boul. In 1983, he co-founded the Washington Studio School with Lee Newman, Carlton Fletcher, Jack Boul, Susan Yanero, David Holt, Jo Weiss, and Katie Murray. Joe taught at the Washington Studio School and local Washington area colleges for 8 years. He was awarded the Elizabeth Greenshields prize in 1983. His work has been shown in

PSO “Listen Up!” Exhibition 2018

January 30, 2018 - February 25, 2018

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2018 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students, inspired by the LARK Quartet’s October performance of Schulhoff’s Concerto for String Quartet and Winds with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Join us to celebrate these students’ artistry at the Opening Reception on Tuesday, January 30 at 4pm.

Manifest

by Wendel WhiteOctober 21, 2017 - December 30, 2017

Manifest is an ongoing project to produce photographs of objects, documents, photographs, books, and other objects of African American material culture contained within public and private collections throughout the U.S. These repositories encompass elements such as diaries, slave collars, human hair, a drum, souvenirs, and other objects, some with great significance and others simply quotidian representations of daily life from the history of the black community. Manifest was created by Fall 2017 Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence Wendel White. Wendel White’s Manifest photographs of objects recovered from

Mountain Lakes: A Lens On The Seasons

March 10, 2017 - April 30, 2017

Join the Arts Council of Princeton for an exhibition of Frank Sauer’s extraordinary color and black-and-white photographs of The Billy Johnson Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve, the heart of Princeton’s “Central Park,” showing the Preserve’s beauty in all four seasons. This exhibition will be on view in the Solley Theater Lobby from March 10 through April 30, with an Opening Reception on Friday, March 10 from 5:30-7:30. Sales of photographs will benefit the Friends of Princeton Open Space (FOPOS), which maintains and enhances the Preserve for

PSO Bravo! “Listen Up!”

by PSO Listen Up! ParticipantsJanuary 30, 2017 - February 27, 2017

The Princeton Symphony Orchestra’s 2017 Listen Up! Exhibition features works of visual art and writing created by area middle school students inspired by pianist Natasha Paremski’s November performance of Prokofiev’s Third Concerto with the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. Please join us in marveling at their artistry at the Opening Reception on Monday, January 30 at 4pm.

It’s All Wood

by Sean CarneyNovember 18, 2016 - January 14, 2017

Visit the Solley Theater Lobby Gallery to view works by Sean Carney, on view through 1/14/2017. “As a fine artist I feel the need to touch every medium. I enjoy the elements that construct the artwork and relish in the process. My recent works on wood are done using only wood stain and a Dremel. There has been an obvious progression in my works lately in regards to color and surface. Through experimentation with different types of water based stains I have been able to

Changing Faces

by Aaron C. FisherAugust 10, 2016 - September 10, 2016

The Arts Council presents the work of Aaron C. Fisher in Changing Faces. This exhibition is held in conjunction with Safe Streets Weekend, a Princeton community celebration of the Witherspoon-Jackson Community and will share stories of community, faith, hope and history.   Strength   Born in Princeton, NJ in 1963, it seems as if Aaron began drawing right away. “My sister is also an artist and I saw how well she painted, so I wanted to do the same thing.” Aaron studied Marketing Art & Design