We are pleased to present our annual report to members for the year ended June 30, 2022. Below you’ll find the following information:
The Arts Council of Princeton had a year of exciting growth in which we were able to greatly expand the programs and events that our community treasures.
Some programming made its way back after a pandemic pause and some was new, but all of our programs were well – even joyously – received!
Our visual art, music, dance, and ceramic studios are full of dedicated and inspired students. Virtual classes have expanded our reach to bring inspiration to new students. New outreach programs, such as the afterschool smART kids program for middle schoolers and the Pride Art Club for LGBTQIA+ students, illustrateour commitment to explore and support every opportunity to change a life through the incredible power of art.
You joined and supported all our public events in a big way, too! We danced the night away at our How Deep is Your Love? party last fall and again at our reimagined springtime Art People Party. Café Improv and Story & Verse continue to flourish as venues to share musical and spoken word talent. Our galleries hosted a wide variety of beautiful and thought-provoking exhibitions, and we created opportunities for dozens more artists to share their work online with live presentations. We continue to bring art into the streets of Princeton in new and exciting ways. The enthusiastic response to the many elements of April ARTS and the inaugural Princeton Porchfest music festival is a testament to the importance of public art and performance in serving our mission: building community through the arts.
Your appreciation and support continue to be incredible, for which everyone at the Arts Council is inspired and grateful. Personally, as I continue in my role of Board President, I am ready and excited to help the ACP continue to build on what’s here, and dream about what’s to come. I hope that you will join me to share the joy that comes with bringing art into all our lives. Your participation in Arts Council programs and your generous support is so very, very much appreciated!
Joe Kossow, President, Board of Trustees
As I write this year in review, I am turning the page on my second anniversary with the Arts Council of Princeton – and what another spectacular year it has been!
We are reflecting on our recent April ARTS initiative, a month filled to the brim with public art, music, theater, visual arts, and public performances. April was kicked off with an official Proclamation declaring “April ARTS Month” and acknowledging the Arts Council of Princeton’s 55 years of building community through the arts. We celebrated the first day of the Princeton Piano Project, an initiative bringing original artwork and public performance to the streets of Princeton.
Finally, we commemorated the conclusion of the inaugural April ARTS with Princeton Porchfest. Porchfest was a first for our community, and together we created a musical experience that will resound for years to come. Art has transformative power: when the right note is hit, it vibrates through our very soul. Porchfest – and 2022 at the ACP – seems to have hit that note.
That was only this Spring. Throughout the year, we embraced change, expanded our activities, and experienced new energy. As you comb through our Annual Report, I think you will agree that dynamism and vitality are palpable as we continue to redefine how we fulfil our mission. The mural project on Spring Street has continuously rotated to bring new perspectives to the epicenter of Princeton’s Central Business District; our public art and public performances are expanding and bringing renewed life to Downtown.
I might be most proud of our outreach programs. As our long-standing services continue – such as Arts Exchange, established in 1993 in partnership with HomeFront – new initiatives have paved the way to bring the benefits of artmaking to more community members. Our Pride Art Club meets weekly to host LGBTQIA+ teens and allies to produce a graphic novel while exploring gender identity and expression in a safe, creative space. Yet another new program, smART kids, provides middle schoolers from low-income families with art lessons, homework help, and a snack. We take very seriously the potential for art to contribute to a healthy society, and we know you do too.
Our staff, faculty and volunteers are the backbone of our institution, and you, the community, are truly the soul. I could not be more honored to have been a part of so much JOY and creativity. I know you share my pride that we all were able to celebrate so much art making – together. Of course, none of this is possible without the support of a community that values the arts. Thank you for being along for the ride.
Adam Welch, Executive Director
2022 was a banner year for the Arts Council. While we expanded on beloved, longstanding events like our Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Day of the Dead celebration, new initiatives made 2022 a year to remember.
October marked our first Pop-Up Beer Garden in partnership with local brewery, Old Hights Brewing Co. Our parking lot transformed into a celebration of local beer, local music, and local love, all to raise funds for our Outreach Programs and Scholarship Fund, making inspiring arts experiences accessible to all, regardless of means.
April ARTS was a month-long celebration of arts, culture, and the Princeton community. We kicked off with the launch of the Princeton Piano Project, inviting local artists to transform upright pianos into public works of art in their own unique styles. Each piano was displayed around our downtown, creating vibrant opportunities for all visitors to enjoy a temporary piece of new, innovative public art – and the music that came from them! To celebrate this robust month of programming created for and with our community, April 2022 was officially named April ARTS Month via a proclamation by the Office of the Mayor of Princeton.
April came to a festive close with the inaugural Princeton Porchfest, a townwide festival held on porches generously contributed by fun-loving Princetonians. More than 70 artists in every genre imaginable performed for grateful attendees all day long. It truly was the epitome of our mission of building community through the arts. Don’t take our word for it… (Porchfest YouTube video QR code) LINK: Community and campus connect for Princeton’s first Porchfest.
June’s Outdoor Pride Dance Party was also a first, welcoming our LGBTQIA+ community and allies to bust a move under the night sky. The event was held in partnership with our friends at the Princeton Record Exchange and was a fabulous night of pride anthems, glow sticks, hula hoops, and glitter tattoos.
Acclaimed fine art photographer Robin Resch was our Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence through October 2021. During her residency, Resch continued to work locally on her series, aptly named Taking Pause, in response to the challenges of this year and the COVID-19 pandemic. With the support of the Princeton University Humanities Council, The Bank of Princeton, Princeton Future, and Timothy M. Andrews, this moving exhibit and accompanying essays were displayed in Dohm Alley in downtown Princeton.
In April 2022, the Arts Council named Samuel Johnson, Potter and Professor of Art and Department Chair at the College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University in Central Minnesota, our Spring 2022 Artist-in-Residence. A studio potter, painter, and independent curator, Johnson led two community-based events: a live bowl-throwing demonstration in Hinds Plaza, and a new teapot workshop in our ceramic studio – STEEP Your Way – in conjunction with the STEEP exhibition on view in the Taplin Gallery.
Our public art program has never been more vibrant. More murals, completed by our team and local artists, brought their own flair to new corners of town. This year, we completed two new murals in the popular rotating location on Spring Street: Ben Colbert’s moody Hurry Sundown and Fiona Chinkan’s colorful Superbloom. Team ACP completed the LOVE and Kindness murals as colorful messages to our community. We wrapped up yet another mural at an exciting new site, Littlebrook Elementary, where our GROW mural will inspire our community’s youngest members for years to come.
In the fall, we unveiled a new public art installation in celebration of el Día de los Muertos, celebrating the cycle of life, appreciating the traditions of an ancient culture, and honoring those who came before us. Our installation adorned Dohm Alley with the traditional elements of Day of the Dead including marigolds, papel picado, and Mexican tin art made with the Princeton Young Acheivers, and Monarch butterflies.
This spring, our Princeton Piano Project hit the streets, providing seven locations with beautifully hand-painted pianos and beckoning impromptu performances throughout town. The Princeton Parklet made its springtime return to Downtown Princeton, providing residents and visitors alike with an artful, streetside respite.
Our educational programming continues to flourish thanks to our dedicated instructors and students. Education staff and our talented teaching artists developed and ran online and in-person classes ranging from Flamenco to watercolors, mixed-media collage, and creative writing.
An expanded ceramics program, children’s textile classes, and print-making workshops were just a few of the highlights from last year. Eden Arts for autistic students and Adapted Arts, our class for for neuro-atypical young adults, continued online to keep the creativity flowing in a safe way.
Our award-winning Taplin Gallery was host to a stunning assortment of exhibitions. Shows included:
As a community-based organization, collaboration is at the heart of what we do. Our programs are more vibrant, more accessible, and more creative when we collaborate with the many nonprofits and businesses in our town and the region.
Outreach programs represent the founding ethos of the Arts Council: creative self-expression is fundamental to well-being. These free weekly programs for our vulnerable and low-income populations offer the same high-quality professionally-taught art education as any of our fee-bearing classes. We never cease to be amazed by the talent and creativity shown by our community’s youngest art makers.
ArtReach offers free, hands-on arts education throughout the school year to students K-5 in the Princeton Public schools. With safety guidelines in place, we were thrilled to resume in-person classes at the Henry Pannell Learning Center on Witherspoon Street and at the Princeton Nursery School.
Since 1993, in partnership with HomeFront, the Arts Exchange program offers students aged 5 to 18 weekly art making experiences, this spring we were overjoyed to welcome the students back in person. In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Arts Exchange students participated in a series of poetry workshops, culminating in an open mic poetry night where our budding poets presented their work alongside seasoned community poets.
Creative Aging, our program for low-income seniors at Greenwood House, a local assisted living facility, and Elm Court, a Princeton Community Housing residence, remained online for safety reasons, but our committed instructor went above and beyond, making personal phone calls to residents to keep them connected and creative.
This year the ACP proudly launched smART Kids, a free program designed to offer local middle schoolers a safe place to gather after school and share in hands on art creation with a bilingual instructor. The students also received homework help and delicious food. We are deeply grateful to Kathy Herring, Jammin’ Crepes, and Send Hunger Packing Princeton for offering healthy and hearty refreshments, as well as Princeton University for providing staff and student tutoring volunteers – they made this program that much more special.
This year a longtime dream of ours came to life when we introduced our PRIDE Art Club, offering LGBTQIA+ teens and their allies a safe place for self-expression and support. Under the guidance of author, illustrator, and activist Rashad Malik Davis, the club produced and self-published two graphic novels this year!
What a joy it was to gather together once again to celebrate the arts and our community at our How Deep is Your Love? disco party in the fall, and Art People Party in the spring. We have shared so many wonderful virtual moments but nothing compares to seeing all of you in person!
In September, we gathered in Lydia and Johan Pfeiffer’s garden for our How Deep is Your Love? fundraiser. It was a spectacular night of delicious food, great drinks, and dancing under the stars with old and new friends alike. Proceeds from this event help fulfill our mission of building community through the arts by expanding our community education programs including those for LGBTQIA+ teens, at-risk youth, and underserved families and seniors. This sold-out event helped us surpass our fundraising goal and was a fabulous kick-off to being back in-person.
In March, we held our signature spring art fundraiser, Art People Party: Step into the Studio (formerly Pinot to Picasso) in a transformed warehouse space. More than 300 guests enjoyed dancing, our signature “tombola” art lottery featuring works donated by 56 regional artists, and a delectable sampling of food and beverages from spectacular local restaurants. This event supports the Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence program, which empowers local artists to create new work and showcase their talents via workshops, public art opportunities, and gallery exhibitions.
Membership provides critical support for our free community educational programs, outreach initiatives, and exhibitions that enrich, surprise, and inspire so many. When you become a member of the Arts Council of Princeton, you’re supporting the arts that keep our town vibrant, creative, and inclusive. As an organization that receives no direct funding from the municipality, we rely on support like yours to continue to keep the arts thriving in our community.
Membership provides you with discounts on classes, camps, workshops, and events. plus am exclusive monthly members newsletter, and valuable savings when you use your Art Card at local partners, such as McCaffrey’s Market.
Volunteers are the backbone of the ACP and the reason we are able to serve our community six days a week. With a full-time staff of nine, we simply couldn’t operate without the generous volunteers who assist with our outreach programs and greet visitors at the front desk.
We welcome adults, corporate volunteers, scout troops, and teens that need community service hours. Whatever your interest – from classroom assistance, to gardening, fundraising, or technical support – we’d love to have you join the ACP family.
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Gertrude M. & Matthew R. Glucksberg
NJ Economic Development Authority
George H. & Estelle M. Sands Foundation
Mary Owen Borden Foundation
The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation
Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
Lynne & Joe Kossow
Patricia & Kevin McCarthy
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation
The Poetry Foundation
ADP Land Design
Anonymous Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
The Blinder Family Foundation
Borden Perlman Salisbury & Kelly
Sarah Collum Hatfield & Charlie Hatfield
Mr. Philip E. Clippinger & Dr. Melissa Marks
The Curtis W. McGraw Foundation
Eileen & Stephen Fischer
James & Kathy Herring
Carol E. Hoffman
Jeniah “Kookie” Johnson & Tom Sheeran
Patrick de Maynadier
Dr. Ferris Olin
Lydia & Johan Pfeiffer/Pfeiffer Family Charitable Fund
PNC Foundation, Central & Northern New Jersey
CBIZ Borden Perlman
Collins Family Foundation
Aaron C. Fisher
Gordon and Llura Gund Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Johnson & Johnson Matching Gifts
Joshua Zinder Architecture + Design LLC
Andrea & Christopher Mecray
Mercer County Cultural and Heritage Commission
Tish & Sean O’Sullivan
Palmer Square Management
Tina & Daniel Motto
Princeton University Press
Roma Bank Community Foundation
Anne VanLent Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Annie & Craig Battle
M & M Bartlett Foundation
Helena & Peter Bienstock
Bloomberg Employee Matching Gifts
Judith Brodsky & Michael Curtis
Callaway Henderson Sotheby’s International Realty
Melanie & John Clarke
Norman Cohn, in honor of Timothy M. Andrews
Jess & Edward Deutsch
Dorothea van Dyke McLane Association
Barbara & Gerald Essig
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The Griffin-Cole Fund
Jamie & James Haney
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Isabella de la Houssaye & David Crane
Howard Design Group
Lasley Brahaney Architecture + Construction
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Ryan Lilienthal & Rachel Stark
Amanda Lin & Nathan Thomas
Nancy & Duncan MacMillan
Maryellen McQuade & David Chung
Marguerite Mount & Tim Loretangeli
Muslim Center of Greater Princeton
NJM Insurance Group
Old Hights Brewing Company
Penn Medicine Princeton Health
Jacquie & Woody Phares
Pheasant Hill Foundation
Charles R. & Weronika Plohn
Dorothy & Charles Plohn Jr.
PNC Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Princeton University Latin American Studies Department
Princeton Shopping Center
Princeton University African American Studies Department
Princeton University Global History Lab
Princeton University Humanities Council
Princeton University Spanish and Portuguese Department
John H. Rassweiler
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
Susan Romeo & Peter Moesta
Small World Coffee
Smith + Manning Branding and Design
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United Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks
The John & Louise Wellemeyer Charitable Fund
Karen & Tom Wilkinson
Advah & Joshua Zinder
Jane AdrianceDeborah & Patrick Agnew
Archer & Buchanan Architecture
The Bank of Princeton
BlackRock Matching Gifts
Elizabeth & David Beers
The David H. and Mary B. Blair Charitable Fund
The Bodine Holding Fund
Kathie & Robert Carr
Jeannie & Jitender Chopra
Lidia & Calin Cristian
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Mara & Gaetano Franceschi
Jane Garvey & John Lanier
Leita & William Hamill Family Foundation, in honor of Peter Bienstock
Meg & Dennis Helms
Eve Ingalls Von Staden
Diane Koeppel, in honor of Adam Welch
Michelle & George Lambros
Wendy Mager & Eric Monberg
Cameron Manning & Tom Wright
McGoldrick Family Fund
The Memton Fund, Inc.
Network Advisor Q
The Night Walk Fund, in honor of Robin Resch
Janet Nikolovski & Ken Munie
Anne & Peter O’Neill
Maureen E O’Neill
Areta Pawlynsky & Yaron Inbar
Emily K. Reeves
The Robins Family Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Vanessa & Kenneth Shives
Slice of Gourmet
Sarah Lewis Smith
Spann Family Charitable Fund
Robert & Nikki Stack
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Elizabeth & Steve Baglio
Bank of America Matching Gifts
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Book your Data
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Bristol-Myers Squibb Foundation Employee Giving Program
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Alison Isenberg & Keith Wailoo
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Sarah & Landon Jones
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Krysia Kolodziej & Peter Jaffe, in memory of Nancy Schaefer
Barbara & Robert Landau
Ellen & Harry Levine
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Annarie Lyles & Andy Dobson
Rose Marrow Fund
Virginia Mason & Robert Willig
McAlpin Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Patrick McDonnell & Karen O’Connell Fund
Mercer County Commission on the Status of Women
Elly and Giorgio Petronio Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Dr. & Mrs. Robert Pickens
Dawn & Mark Rosso
Jennifer Ruina, In memory of Michael Ruina
Elizabeth & Gregory Samios
Evelyn & Jeffrey Sasmor
Rita Seplowitz Saltz
M. Teresa Simao
Rachelle Simon & Ned Wingreen
Joseph Straus & Sally Goldfarb, in honor of Barbara DiLornenzo & Shannon Moriarty
Katherine Taylor & Mark Boulding
Theodora and Fong Wei Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Adam Welch, In honor of Rachel Welch
Bonnie & Peter Wilson
Jacqui Alexander & Dave Hance
The American Online Giving Foundation
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Leland & Greg Burnham
James Burton & Martha D’Avila
Marilyn Campbell, in memory of Trudy Glucksberg
Dudley & Curtis Carlson
Zaneta Chambers, in memory of Abe and Larnice Shannon
Jessica & Douglas Chia
Silvana Clark, In memory of Geraldine Nazzaro
Cloak and Dagger
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Dan & Welmoet Fund
Michael Dawson & Robert Tomaselli
Nancy & Matthew Difazio
Jessica Durrie & George Akers
Dr. James M. Felser
Jane & Martin Fransson
Maggie & Peter Furniss, in memory of Stephanie Chorney
James Garvey Jr.
Give Lively Foundation
Bary Goldblatt Fund
Dr. & Mrs. William Green
Jennifer Guy & Paul Knight
Debora & John Haines
The Haines-Bornheimer Family
Marilyn Ham & Michael Paluszek
Constance Hassett & James Richardson
B. Sue Howard, to honor Tim Andrews’ loyal support of the Arts Council of Princeton
Darma & Betsy Ie
Susan Intner & Eric Jahn, in memory of my father
Ms. Katarzyna Iwaniec
Sally & Bob Jenkins
Pat Kao & Ben Raphael
Anita Kassof, in memory of Trudy Glucksberg
Katherine Kern, in memory of Trudy Glucksberg
Lindsay & Kevin Kruse
Kucker Haney Paint Co.
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Marilyn Marks Tal
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Joe & Tamera Matteo
Amy Mayer & Daniel Oscar
Leah & Brian McDonald
Colleen & Jim McKee
McKnight Place Assisted Living & Memory Care, in memory of Elizabeth Reed
McMaster Carr Matching Gifts
Mary M. Michaels, in support of Cafe Improv, and in loving memory of John E. D. Irving
MLKYD Family Giving Fund
Dana & Alberto Molina
Elizabeth Monroe & Helen Heuer, in honor of Joe Kossow
The Morduch & Borovoy Family
Julie & Michael Nachamkin
Rose Nini, in memory of Clarence Didonato
Noriko Ohta & Austin Newton
Victoria & Michael Palmer
Jean & Larry Parsons
Claire & Edward Percarpio
Honey Perkins Family Foundation, Inc.
Alison & David Politziner
Allen & Rhona Porter
Shoshana Pofelis & Ray Brown
Frances Raymond Price
Megan Mitchell & Greg Robinson
Howard A. Rosen
Julia Rubin & Gregory Stankiewicz
Celia D. Ryan
Kimberly de los Santos
Soundararajan Balasubramanian Satishkumar Family
Helene Schlachter & Michael Senchyna
Schlawin/Dube Charitable Fund
Karla & Steven Schultz
Anne Marie & Eduardo Schur
Schwartz Family Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Linda Schwimmer & Josh Lichtblau
The Scout Guide Two Rivers & The Shore
Joann & Henry Singer
Roberta Sloan & Robert Schapire
Jenny Smith Walz
Adrienne & Vincent Stanley
Ann & Austin Starkey
Karin Stewart Harmon, in memory of Trudy Glucksberg
Judy & Edwin Stier
Preethi Suresh Gautham
Gerald & Linda Tague
Tamara Gillon Photography
Christopher and Susan Tarr Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation
Terra Momo Restaurant Group
Pamela & William Wakefield
Robin Wallack, In memory of Trudy Glucksberg
Anne B. Walsh
We Joy Living
Anne Wright Wilson
Deborah Yasher & John Gershman
Terersa Yazbek Pereira
Ginger August & Brian Zack
Elizabeth Zuckerman & Gerald Chenoweth
Joe Kossow, President
John Thomspon, Vice President
Mimi Mount, Treasurer
Jacqui Alexander, Secretary
Tina Motto, Executive Committee Member at Large
Lydia Pfeiffer, Executive Committee Member at Large
Patrick de Maynadier, Executive Committee Member at Large
Adam Welch, Executive Director
Anne Reeves, Founding Director
Tamara Simpkins Franklin
The Arts Council of Princeton and Board of Trustees gratefully acknowledge the following individuals for their years of dedicated service.
Ted Deutsch, Co-Chair
Jeniah “Kookie” Johnson, Co-Chair
Timothy M. Andrews
Sarah Collum Hatfield
Isabella de la Houssaye
Judith McCartin Scheide
Anne Wright Wilson
Adam Welch, Executive Director
William Allan, Reception
Erin Armington, Education Manager
Jeandalize Caba, Education & Outreach Coordinator
Maria Evans, Artistic Director
Lucía Firbas Torres, Reception
Mini Krishnan, Office Administrator
Melissa Kuscin, Marketing & Program Manager
Jason Maccaroni, Facilities Manager
Stephanie Nazario, Financial Administrator
Liza Peck, Development Director
Kathleen Preziosi, Ceramics Manager
Emma Stephens, Development Associate