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Arts Museum Tour & Mediterra Dinner
Hosts: James Steward, and Maria & Raoul Momo
Date:  DATE CHANGE: January 23, 2018
Location:tour will begin at the Princeton University Art Museum at 4:30 – 5:30 p.m.; dinner to follow immediately after
Cost: $150/person includes private tour and dinner
Enjoy a private tour of Princeton University’s renowned Art Museum with its Director, James Steward. With a history that dates back to the 1750’s, the Princeton University Art Museum is one of the finest university art museums in the world. Your tour will conclude with dinner in the private dining room at Mediterra featuring an epicurean excursion created by Mediterra’s Executive Chef Terry Strong. Special guests James Steward, and Maria & Raoul Momo will participate in the lively post-tour dinner conversation.

An Evening Under The Stars
Hosts: Susan Romeo and Peter Moesta,  Karen Wilkinson
Date:  June 14, 2019
Location: 131 Westcott Road, Princeton
Cost: $125/person includes gourmet dinner and dancing to live music
Spaces: 50
Join us for an elegant poolside dinner and dancing under twinkling lights and evening stars. A dinner of Sesame Salmon, Beef Tenderloin, and Key Lime Tarts, will be serenaded by singer Denise Weeks who wowed Simon Cowell and The X Factor judges. After dinner, Ms. Weeks will turn up the energy for some lively and romantic dancing.

The Trenton Project – The 1960s: Looking Back, Moving Forward
Hosts: Alene and Matt Frankel, Alison Isenberg
Date: Saturday, January 12th, 2019 6pm
Location: 672 Prospect Ave, Princeton
Cost: $125/person includes film and make-your-own sushi dinner
Spaces: 10
Join filmmaker Purcell Carson and historian Alison Isenberg to preview a rough cut of their documentary short on Trenton in the 1960s.  The film, directed by Carson, tells the story through the life of Harlan Bruce Joseph, a college student who was fatally shot by a police officer during the city’s unrest of April 1968. Isenberg and Carson look forward to your feedback, and to answering any questions about the research and collaboration behind the film (and book by Isenberg), as well as about the creative work of documentary film.

My Dinner with Judith
Host: Judith K. Brodsky & Michael Curtis
Location: 53 Clarke Court, Princeton
Date: TBD
Cost: $150/person includes art discussion and dinner
Spaces: 30
Join us for a fabulous event hosted by Judith K. Brodsky. Your evening will include fine food, fine wine, and fine conversation. Judith K. Brodsky is a Distinguished Professor Emerita in the Department of Visual Arts (Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University), arts administrator, activist, educator, curator, writer, and entrepreneur, who has held numerous leadership positions in the art world. She is known for her etchings and lithographs, and works with a contemporary iconography, one that is often ironic and sometimes humorous, reflecting the intellectual, political, and social issues of the present world. A special guest will be Peter Smith, a puppeteer from England who will present a traditional Punch &Judy show during the cocktail hour, followed by a short discussion of the Punch & Judy tradition and how we should view it within the contemporary context.

ACP Scholarships!
Cost: $200
Unlimited Availability
Support the Arts Council of Princeton’s Scholarship Fund to ensure that no creative mind will be excluded from fee-based classes and/or camp programs due to financial reasons. Let’s build community through the arts together!

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