The Arts Council of Princeton had a year of incredible growth. We were able to continue to expand the programs and events that our community treasures, while supporting our mission of building community through the arts.  

Our classes and camps brimmed with students who were excited to learn from the Arts Council’s dedicated and talented faculty! We continued to innovate in the types of classes we offer to best meet the desires of the many types of students who make the Arts Council a second home. New outreach programs that we introduced within the past couple years – such as smART Kids, an afterschool kids’ program for middle schoolers, and the Pride Art Club for LGBTQIA+ students – illustrate our commitment to explore and support every opportunity to change a life through the incredible power of art.  

You joined and supported our public events in a big way, too! Last spring’s Art People Party was a smashing success. Café Improv and Story & Verse continue to flourish as venues to share musical and spoken word talent. Our three galleries hosted a wide variety of beautiful and thought-provoking exhibitions for over 216 artists. We brought art into Princeton in popular and exciting ways, like Princeton’s most widespread music festival, Porchfest, which nearly doubled in size in its second year. New Arts Council murals beautified the town in many locations. And our art markets, held throughout the year, featured tents and chalets filled with the unique work of hundreds of talented local artisans.   

Your appreciation and support continued to be incredible, for which everyone at the Arts Council is inspired and grateful. Personally, 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 

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As I write this year in review, I am turning the page on my third anniversary with the Arts Council of Princeton. This annual report reflects only one bouquet from the artistic and cultural garden our community helped cultivate. This year has seen a deluge of activity for the ACP. Our center has become a destination for artists throughout the region. Our reputation is growing as a creative incubator – a cultural bellwether – and so too has the demand for our services. Our focus is to ensure we remain accessible for amateur and professional artists, as well as art appreciators and tourists, of whom Princeton welcomes over two million annually. 

The community’s investment in the future of this venerable organization helps to ensure that we can remain a central resource for cultural equity. It is our priority to continue providing a place of belonging and social wellbeing for each member of our community. It is in this spirit that, just this year, we hosted a celebration for Paul Robeson’s 125th Birthday, created four murals on Spring Street, launched the Princeton Sketchbook Club, expanded the townwide Porchfest, introduced a second outdoor art market, and provided outreach programs that demolish barriers to creative self-expression for underserved youth five days a week. 

As our long-standing services continue – such as Arts Exchange, established in 1993 to welcome children and teens facing housing and food insecurity – newer programs are paving the way to welcome even more members into our creative family. Our Pride Art Club meets weekly to gather LGBTQIA+ teens and allies in exploring expression in a safe, creative space. smART kids has expanded to provide our local middle schoolers from low-income families with art lessons in digital art, sewing, aerosol art, printmaking, and so much more. Their confidence in our studios is soaring. 

The ACP promotes the wellbeing of our community in concrete ways. We work hard each day to address cultural inequity and promote innovation and discussion. In difficult times, we have proven that we provide positive outlets for self-expression and reduce feelings of loneliness and isolation. We celebrate all that it means to contribute to a powerful sense of community identity. 

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 



  • $20,998 offered in need-based scholarships to children and adults
  • $17,610 in donated or discounted rental fees to
    community members 
  • 60+ free community events and programs 
  • 51 weeks of Arts Exchange programming for HomeFront kids and teens 
  • 48 weeks of programs for low-income seniors 
  • 36 weeks of smART Kids programming for local middle schoolers 
  • 20 weeks of programming for Princeton Young Achievers 
  • 7 murals and public art installations 


  • 334 distinct classes
  • 38 Zoom-based classes
  • 32 free virtual drawing sessions in collaboration with Princeton University Art Museum  
  • $28,000 in art sales
  • 634 visual and performing artists showcased
  • 17 unique exhibitions   


  • 12,649 event attendees and participants 
  • 4,746+ hours of service from 225 dedicated volunteers
  • 3,021 creative students
  • 1,000+ inspiring members
  • 500+ generous donors
  • 350+ students engaged in our outreach programs
  • 68 professional teaching artists
  • 8 full-time staff and 3 part-time staff 


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  • 15,000 Email subscribers
  • 9,111 Instagram followers
  • 9,100 Facebook followers
  • 3,161 Twitter followers 


Our free community events bring creative expression and cultural appreciation to the masses! Our Día de los Muertos event continues to be a town favorite, and this year’s event was made extra special by the large-scale skulls created by local artists, each unique and reflective of their respective styles. A brand-new event, the Princeton Art Bazaar included 80 artistic vendors, live music by Princeton’s own The Band of Changes, hands-on art making, and refreshing local beer courtesy of Triumph Brewing Company. A perfect day!

  • ART OF Series  
  • Artist Chalet Winter Village  
  • Café Improv  
  • Ceramic Scavenger Hunt  
  • Daruma Workshop with Miya Table & Home  
  • Downtown Gallery Art Crawl with Princeton University Art Museum  
  • Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Community Breakfast + Art-Making  
  • El Día de Los Muertos Community Event  
  • Fiesta del Día de Los Reyes Magos: Three Kings Day Flamenco Performance  
  • Free Exhibition Opening Receptions  
  • Hometown Halloween Parade  
  • Inspiration: Spring Concert by Stretto Youth Chamber Orchestra  
  • Joint Effort Safe Streets  
  • Outdoor Juneteenth
  • Concert by Stretto Youth Chamber Orchestra
  • Paul Robeson’s 125th Birthday Celebration + Scholarship Presentation
  • Paul Robeson Film Series
  • Pop-Up Beer Garden with Old Hights Brewing Co
  • Princeton Art Bazaar
  • Princeton Piano Project
  • Princeton Porchfest
  • Princeton Pride Dance Party
  • Sauce for the Goose Outdoor Art Market
  • Story & Verse: Storytelling and Poetic Open Mic
  • Thursday Night Virtual Artmaking with the Princeton University Art Museum
  • Witherspoon Jackson Neighborhood Association Community Meetings



Printmaker Dave DiMarchi was our Fall 2022 Artist-in-Residence. During his residency, he engaged in a deeper exploration of his print works – further pursuing research of the interconnected language of collage, drawing, printmaking, and installation in his work. Dave’s residency focused on working across printmaking processes, allowing the process to direct each new step of the prints. This responsive style of printmaking pushed his practice out of its comfort zone, allowing for a deeper connection to process and product, and a deeper appreciation of making. Dave not only completed a suite of new printed works – editions, monoprints, dimensional prints – but created a site-specific mural on Spring Street exploring collage-style printmaking, painting and digital techniques.


Painter Onome Olotu was the ACP Anne Reeves Winter/Spring 2023 Artist-in-Residence. As a newcomer to our area, Onome was very curious about Princeton and its history, particularly the historically Black Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood where our building is located. She interviewed Black residents to understand their stories and created a series of paintings honoring them and their role in Princeton’s history.  

Many of Olotu’s paintings present a vintage postcard feel along with a sense of travel. During her residency, she created three public workshops for Princeton residents. Attendees of all ages used mixed media techniques to place themselves into historical postcards that she had created in our print studio. In all, there were over 65 postcards created by members of our community displayed in an exhibition this past August.  


Installation artist Grace Villamil was a Spring 2023 Artist-in-Residence. In April, Villamil opened her interaural space installation inside the Barbara Boggs Sigmund Lobby of the Paul Robeson Center. Grace sculpted hundreds of emergency blankets to transform our space into a completely different world. Villamil’s art is driven by her interest in perception, our interconnected nature, and the shared experience. Through the synthesis of sound, light, environment, and material, she explores an idea of mysticism: the boundaries of humanity and the uncertainty beyond it. Grace’s multimedia mylar installations are large-scale, interactive environments sculpted with emergency blankets, creating spaces of reflection within a womb-like environment. These environments encourage the public to sense beyond their accustomed function and assumed limitation. The functionality of these installations eschew the behavioral and intellectual conventions associated with galleries and museums. This installation acts as a bridge or meeting place between the communities of Princeton; connecting and creating space for new possibilities to occur.  

Grace’s work was experienced by hundreds of people from April through June 2023. She held two Listen-In events, where the public was treated to curated music and light within the “womb” of the mylar.  


In September 2022, the Arts Council announced a community-wide project that would supply blank sketchbooks to anyone interested in participating in a new artistic endeavor, the Princeton Sketchbook Club. Hundreds of sketchbooks were picked up by locals and sent across the country to be filled with doodles, poetry, collage, or whichever medium the recipient chose to fill its pages.

When the beautifully diverse completed books were returned, we gathered for the opening celebration of the Sketchbook Library, now open to the public.

Beyond our gallery walls, our artists continued to make a splash. Our public art program brought color and character to Princeton’s Central Business District via three new temporary Spring Street murals: Somatic Pause by Dave DiMarchi, Live for Today by Leon Rainbow, and the Robeson Tomato mural painted by the ACP creative team.

A big change took place right here in our parking lot, too. Team ACP and a fantastic group of volunteers transformed the once monochromatic lot into a large-scale piece of asphalt art! The mural has completely elevated the look and feel of our outdoor events. Here’s to more and more color in our daily lives!


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 including Flamenco, watercolors, mixed-media collage, and ceramics.

We continued to develop our printmaking studio program, led by ACP Print Studio Manager Dave DiMarchi, and offered a range of classes from Cyanotype to Woodblock Printmaking. Our instructors brought printmaking to our Arts Exchange and outreach programs as well, offering unique classes based on Kitchen Lithography and Monotype with found objects. We were thrilled to offer corporate and educational private workshops in printmaking for a range of organizations including Bloomberg Philanthropies, Hun School of Princeton, and the Ranney School.


Our award-winning Taplin Gallery was host to a stunning assortment of exhibitions. Shows included:

  • Women on the Wall – Karen Titus Smith and Wendy Gordon 
  • Retrieving the Life & Art of James Wilson Edwards and a Circle of Forgotten Black Artists – James Wilson Edwards, Rex Goreleigh, Hughie Lee-Smith, Selma Hortense Burke, and Wendell T. Brooks. Curated by Judith K. Brodsky and Rhinold Ponder 
  • Annual Member Show – ACP Members
  • What Remains – Hetty Baiz and Laura Duerwald
  • Where Color Meets Memory – Dolores Poacelli and Katie Truk
  • Art People Party Tombola Preview – Tombola Artists
  • Inspired by Optimism – C.a Shofed and Jane Zamost
  • Form and Foundation – Sean Carney and Henrieta Maneva
  • Recollections – Sue Collier

Our Solley Lobby Gallery and the Lower-Level Gallery were also hosts of the following exhibitions:

  • On Optimism – Heloisa Dos Devaneios
  • Cynthia “Chip” Fisher Memorial Exhibition – Aaron C. Fisher
  • A Technicolor Lens – Samantha Foglia
  • INKED! – Judith K. Brodsky, Celia Connaire, David DiMarchi, Eileen Foti, Trudy Glucksberg, Elizabeth Massa
  • Art of Karima Muyaes – Karima Muyaes
  • Painting Women: Variations on a Theme – Charles David Viera
  • Various Shades of Black – Aaron C. Fisher
  • Train of Thoughts – Donna Payton, Kathleen Preziosi, and Libby Ramage
  • Sketchbooks: A Manual and Recipe Book for Making Pictures – Mary Dolan
  • Raíces – Abelardo Montaño


As a community organization, collaboration is at the heart of what we do. Our programs are more vibrant, more accessible, and more creative when we partner with the many nonprofits and businesses in our town and the region.


  • Bloomberg  
  • Eden Autism Services  
  • Experience Princeton  
  • First Bank  
  • Henry Pannell Learning Center  
  • Historical Society of Princeton  
  • HomeFront  
  • Jammin’ Crepes  
  • JaZams  
  • Joint Effort Safe Streets Program  
  • Kucker Haney Paint Co  
  • La Lupita’s Grocery  
  • McCarter Theatre Center  
  • Miya Table & Home  
  • Moonshot Farms  
  • Morven Museum and Gardens  
  • Municipality of Princeton  
  • Novo Nordisk   
  • NRG  
  • Old Hights Brewing Co  
  • Olives of Princeton  
  • Palmer Square, Princeton  
  • Paul Robeson Alliance  
  • Paul Robeson House of Princeton  
  • Penn Medicine Princeton Health  
  • Princeton Adult School  
  • Princeton Department of Community and Regional Affairs  
  • Princeton Family YMCA  
  • Princeton Health Department  
  • Princeton Housing Authority  
  • Princeton Nursery School  
  • Princeton Police Department  
  • Princeton Public Library  
  • Princeton Record Exchange  
  • Princeton Shopping Center  
  • Princeton University  
  • Princeton University Art Museum  
  • Princeton University Office of Winter session & Campus Engagement  
  • Princeton Young Achievers  
  • Proof Pizza  
  • Rays of Hope 
  • Send Hunger Packing Princeton  
  • Small World Coffee  
  • Stretto Youth Orchestra   
  • Studio Hillier   
  • Terra Momo Bread Company  
  • The Jewish Federation of Princeton Mercer Bucks  
  • Tipple & Rose Tea Parlor & Apothecary  
  • Triumph Brewing Company of Princeton  
  • Witherspoon-Jackson Historical and Cultural Society  
  • Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood Association 
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The ACP is dedicated to strengthening cultural equity in our community. Outreach programs represent our founding ethos: creative self-expression is fundamental to well-being. Our free weekly programs for our vulnerable and under resourced 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 art makers.

ArtReach offers free, weekly hands-on arts education throughout the school year to students from Pre-K through Middle School. Through hands-on instruction and bilingual learning, these art experiences are designed to encourage creative self-expression, promote self-esteem, and enhance community well-being.

Creative Aging is our program for low-income seniors at Bryant House, a local assisted living facility. Our art instructors go on-site to bring professional and specially tailored arts programming to people of all ages and abilities.

The PRIDE Art Club continued this year, taught by artist Elizabeth Massa. This free afterschool class for LGBTQIA+ teens and their allies centers on the creation of a graphic novel to foster a collaborative and nurturing educational environment. Through the process of developing original narratives and characters, teens explore issues of gender identity, self-expression, and acceptance in a safe and creative space.

In it’s 30th year, our partnership with HomeFront, the Arts Exchange program offers students aged 5 to 18 weekly art making experiences. Our students expressed their creativity and spirit through a wide range of mediums including printmaking, digital arts, ceramics, and fiber arts.

This year, the ACP continued smART Kids*, a 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. *As of 2023, re-named


In April, we held our signature spring art fundraiser, Art People Party: Club 57 and the Cosmic Closet. We transformed our building and parking lot to resemble the early 1980s East Village art scene of Keith Haring, Kenny Scharf, Madonna, Cyndi Lauper, RuPaul and more. More than 200 guests enjoyed dancing, our signature “Tombola” art lottery featuring works donated by 30+ regional artists, and delectable Nomad Pizza and iQuisine Catering. 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. It also supports our many outreach programs that offer quality hands-on art making experiences to under resourced members of our community. Check out photos from the event.

The pilot year of the Arts Council of Princeton’s ART OF series has been a tremendous one! Evolving our Dining by Design fall fundraiser into more intimate, more affordable events throughout the year has allowed us to bring 15+ cultural experiences to a broader audience. Over 600 participants from our community and the surrounding areas joined us to make chocolate, dance salsa, taste wine, and take a deep dive into topics ranging from Iftar to astrology. This feels like the right way to embody our mission of building community through the arts. Click here to learn more about the ART OF series and see what is coming up!


Membership provides critical support for our free community educational programs, celebrations, 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.

Members receive discounts on classes, camps, workshops, and our ART OF series, as well as a special monthly members newsletter and valuable savings when you shop at local partners (such as McCaffrey’s Markets).


Volunteers are the backbone of the ACP and the reason we are able to serve our community seven days a week. With a full-time staff of eight, we simply couldn’t operate without the generous volunteers who assist with our outreach programs and greet visitors at the front desk. We welcome individuals and group volunteers of all ages!

As a certified organization with the Presidential Volunteer Service Award, the Arts Council of Princeton recognizes qualifying teen and adult volunteers. Last year 21 Presidential Volunteer Service Awards were awarded.




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National Endowment for the Arts
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Princeton University

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Andrew H. Siegal Memorial Fund

Anonymous Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation


Church & Dwight

George H. & Estelle M. Sands Foundation

Mary Owen Borden Foundation

Tamara Simpkins Franklin

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First Bank

Patrick de Maynadier/De Maynadier Family Charitable Fund

ADP Land Design

Helena & Peter Bienstock

The Blinder Family Foundation

Bristol Myers Squibb Foundation

Judith K. Brodsky

Michelle Calope O’Driscoll & Kevin O’Driscoll

County of Mercer New Jersey

The Curtis W. McGraw Foundation

The Graduate Hotel

Jamie & Kathy Herring

Carol E. Hoffman

Lynne & Joe Kossow

Tina & Daniel Motto

NJ Arts & Cultural Recovery Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation

Lydia & Johan Pfeiffer/Pfeiffer Family Charitable Fund

PNC Foundation

Princeton University Humanities Council

Ingrid Reed, via Community Foundation of New Jersey

Town of Princeton

Triumph Brewing Company

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Mr. Philip E. Clippinger & Dr. Melissa Marks

Collins Family Foundation

Mira DeMartino

Jim Doherty

Lindsey & Stephen Forden

Gordon and Llura Gund Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation

Herring Properties

Kookie Johnson & Tom Sheeran

Christina MacKinnon

Elizabeth & William Napier

Northfield Bank

Palmer Square Management

Paul Robeson House

Kerry Perretta

Petrucci Family Foundation

Princeton University Press

Semrod Family Private Foundation

Truist Wealth

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Rosalie & Evan Wolarsky

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Sumaira Aamer

Carol Accetta

Jacqui Alexander & Dave Hance

Jeanne Altmann

The American Online Giving Foundation

Anne VanLent Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation

The Aresty Foundation

The Bank of Princeton

Joan Bartl

Leigh & John Bartlett

Edward Becker

Brisal Charitable Fund

Diane Burko & Richard Ryan

Capital Health

CBIZ Borden Perlman

Certapro Painters

Jeannie & Jitender Chopra

Griffin-Cole Fund

Susan & Christopher Collins

Jess & Edward Deutsch

Barbara DiLorenzo

Dorothea’s House

Ellen and Albert Stark Foundation

Bert Ellentuck, in memory of Shan Ellentuck

Barbara & Gerald Essig

Experience Princeton

Ofelia Garcia

Sunanda & Umesh Gaur

Saira Gilani

Glenmede Investment and Wealth Management

George & Diane Goeke

Carol & Andy Golden

Lisa Granozio

Jane Grecsek & Mark Olinsky

Adriana Groza

Tasneem Hajara

Kimya Harris

Sarah & Charlie Hatfield, a portion in honor of Adam Welch’s anniversary

Mary Hawkesworth & Philip Alperson

Charles Hess

Douglas R. Honnold

Jeaninne & Robert Honstein

Isabella de la Houssaye & David Crane

Dozie Ibeh

Mr. Rezie & Dr. Saira Jan

Pamela Jensen, a portion in honor of Liza Peck

The John & Louise Wellemeyer Charitable Fund

Julie & Stephen Kim

Lynda S. Kresge

Leon Lowenstein Foundation

Marsha Levin-Rojer

Ryan Lilienthal & Rachel Stark

MacLean Agency

Nancy & Duncan MacMillan

Salima Manji

Marjorie Martay

McCaffrey’s Markets

Patricia & Kevin McCarthy

Maryellen McQuade & David Chung

Andrea & Christopher Mecray

Mercadien Group

Mercer County Commission on the Status of Women

Diana Moore

Georgeanne & Peter Moss

Marguerite Mount & Tim Loretangeli

Janet & Ken Munie, a portion in honor of Lydia Pfeiffer

The North Star Coaching LLC

Dr. Ferris Olin, in honor of Walt McRee

Art & Nancy Olin

Nell Painter

Susie & Stephen Paneyko

Leni Paquet-Morante

Penn Medicine Princeton Health

Hetty Baiz & Jim Perry

Jamie Phares

Charles R. & Weronika Plohn

Dorothy & Charles Plohn Jr., a portion in memory of Barbara Hillier

PNC Bank Wealth Management

Princeton Shopping Center

Princeton University Department of African American Studies

Princeton University Program in Latin American Studies

John H. Rassweiler

Emily K. Reeves

Elisa & Richard Rosen

Amanda Schmitt

Joan W. Scott

Elizabeth Semrod

Send Hunger Packing Princeton

Farvah Shah

Small World Coffee

Kiki Smith

Kate & Steve Somers

Nina & Ed Stelmakh

Judy Stier

Studio Hillier

Amanda Lin & Nathan Thomas

Meredeth Turshen

Lori & Charles David Viera

Earl D. Weiner

Advah & Joshua Zinder

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Carol Ackerman

Monica Adams

Deborah & Patrick Agnew

Au Pair Care

Annie & Craig Battle

Meghan Blair & Emre Dilek

Sheila Bodine

The Bodine Holding Fund

Trudy Borenstein-Sugiura

Faria & Greg Brennan

Julie Brenner & Mark Itzler

Dina & Paul Brewer

Ceramics Club

Citizens Philanthropic Foundation

Karen & Michael Clark

Currey Wilson Family Fund

Elizabeth & Michael Decker

Ilanit Dotan Fuchs

Audrey & David Egger

Marianne & Robert Ficarra

Aaron Fisher

Tanice & Dudley Fitzpatrick

Flemington DIY

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Freda

Janet Giles

Samia Hafiz Shaaban

Hamilton Jewelers

Susan & Jorgen Hansen

Maurice & Iona Harding

Nancy & Hendrik Hartog

Historical Society of Princeton

Susan Hockaday & Maitland Jones

Howard Design Group

Janssen Pharmaceuticals

Sabine Kastner

Everett Kline & David Wald

Diane Koeppel

Kucker Haney Paint

Helene & Russell Kulsrud

Michelle & George Lambros

Dr. Margaret Lancefield & Hon. Rush D. Holt

Laurance S. Rockefeller Fund

Lebowitz Giving Fund

Liz Lempert & Ken Norman

Philip E. Lian & Joan L. Mueller

Aaron Lovejoy

Maman Cafe

Zakaria & Miriam Maniya

Cameron Manning & Tom Wright

The Martha and George Vaughn Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation

Farasat Masood

Peter McDonough

The Memton Fund

Ruth & Bernie Miller

Katherine & David Miller

Dana & Alberto Molina

Elvin Montero

Isabel & Julio Nazario

Northeast Organic Farming Association (NOFA)

Sanford Nusbaum

Noriko Ohta

Patrolmans Benevolent Association Local 130

Peru Super Food

Debbie Pisacreta

Shoshana Pofelis & Ray Brown

Kathleen Preziosi

Anna & Michael Prilutsky

Princeton Events Co.

Françoise & Anthony Puniello

Terri Riendeau

Christine & Michael Rist

Nancy & Will Robins

Gayle & Stuart Samuels

Schlawin/Dube Charitable Fund

Eric & Antonietta Schreiber

Madelaine Shellaby

Vanessa & Kenneth Shives

Jo Singer

Smith + Manning Branding and Design

Robert & Nikki Stack

Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association

Betty Turock & Gus Friedrich

Leonid Vayne

Pamela & William Wakefield

Ware Malcomb

Andrew Weil

Rachel & Adam Welch

Diana Weymar

Robert Wuertz


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Jane Adriance

Harry Alexander

Joe Talotta


Steven Aronson

Alexi Assmus & Robert Dodge Charitable Fund

Jill Barry

Mark Becker

Jeannine Benson

Jonathan Besler

Cindy & Frits Besselaar

Barbara & Mike Blumenthal

Kathy Bogle

Mark Boudling & Katherine Taylor

Andrea & Patrick Bradley

Beth & Victor Brombert

Kyle Burkhardt

Mia Cahill

Dr. Sophia Chadda & Dr. Konstantine Trichas

Charles & Mary Louise Hartman Fund

Fiona Chinkan

Michael Cicchino

Victor Cirilo

Melanie & John Clarke

Mara Connolly Taft

Shawn Cordner

Eve Coulson & Nelson Obus

Davis, Saperstein & Salomon, P.C

Ellie & Craig Deardorff

Kathryn DeLuca

Yves DIalowski

Dave DiMarchi

Mary Dolan

Roark Dunn

Carrie & Kinsey Dyckman

Karla Ewalt

Tatianne Ezeonu

Dan Fatton & Alex Justino

Joanna & Clem Fiori

Tom Florek

Frima Fox Hofrichter

Leticia Fraga Nadler

Jane & Martin Fransson

Orlando Fuquen, a portion in memory of Stephanie Chorney

Teresa A. Galvin Anderson

Emily Gasthalter

Steven Gelber

Julia & Eric Gilbert

Michelle Goldman

Diane Haggerty

Matthew Hanson

William Harla

Lois Harrison

Constance Hassett & James Richardson

N. Hilary Hays

Deborah Herrington & Douglas Sawyer

Alison Isenberg & Keith Wailoo

Jammin Crepes


Rosella Johnson

Lindsey Johnson

Maria Juega

Amy Kassler Taub

Nicole Katz

Emma Louise Kohn

Mini Krishnan

John Lambert

Marie Latham

David Lauer & Ron Neldberg

Eitan Leger

Mel Leipzig

Katelyn Liepins

Peter Lindenfeld

Annarie Lyles & Andy Dobson

Alleda Mack

Elizabeth Margulis

Joe & Tamera Matteo

Maul Power Group

Ashley Mays

Patrick McDonnell & Karen O’Connell Fund

Mary McKillip

Jessica Monaghan

Ellen Morehouse

Jill Mudge

Rose Nini

NJM Insurance Group

Pallavi Nuka

Linda R. Oppenheim & Robert J. Karp

Dorothy Paolo

Areta Pawlynsky & Yaron Inbar

Donna Payton

Liza Peck

Pennington Orthodontics & Pediatric Dentistry

Jennifer Penston

Emily & Michael Petrone

Alex Pimentel

Alex & Howie Powers

Libby Ramage & Steve Carson

Wayne Rebarber

Robert Wood Johnson Barnabas Health

Dawn & Mark Rosso

Charles Ryan

Abhijit Sahay

Stephanie Sandberg

Sonya Sappington

Jeffrey Sasmor

Alexandria Sica

Margaret Sieck & Bob Baldwin

Rachelle Simon & Ned Wingreen

Margaret Sproul

Weezie & Launny Steffens

Melanie Stein

James Steward, In honor of Adam Welch

Velga Stokes

Laura Strong

Theodora and Fong Wei Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation

Max Tomlinson

Barbara Trelstad

Janak Tull DDS

Giorgia Vicentini

Kathy Vik

Ajanta Vinekar

Robert Vogel & Bonnie Malkin, in memory of Muriel Vogel Moss and Leonard Moss

Stephanie Wedeking

Andrew Wilkinson

Susannah Wise

Sonseniyos Yimer

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Amanda Agan

Joanne Aguilar

Shirin Ahmed

James Aitchison

James Aitchison

Olivia Albanese

Albemarle Foundation

Sasha Albert

Sherri Andrews

Kristin Appelget

Anne Aronovitch

Rajiv Arora

William Atkins

Elizabeth & Steve Baglio

Susan Ball

Edward Banfe

Barry L. Goldblatt Charitable Trust

Todd Bashore

Kit Basquin

Paromita Basu

Daniel Baytin

Nicholas Becker

Benevity Causes

Tina & Goran Berggren

Marla Bergstein

Lyudmyla Berim

Laura Berlik

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Sandeep Bhavsar

Alastair Binnie

Vesna Blagojevic

Ellen Blejwas

Abby Boaitey

Jaysree Boland

Jeff Bolton

George Bonett

Claudina Bonetti

Bette J. & Kevin Booth

Marcia E. Bossart

Priscille & Clara Bourquelot

Deanna Boynton

Jessie Bradley

Olga Braem

Anne Brener & Edward Linky

Guoxiu Breslau

Yllari Briceno

Meg Brinster Michael

Jerry Brown

The Brown & Freidenfelds Family

Christopher Buentello

Leland & Greg Burnham

James Burton & Martha d’Avila

James Bushong

Erin Lynn Byrne

Layla Cabrera

Kellie Calderon

Susan Cameron

Julie Caprio

Dudley & Curtis Carlson

Carrie Carmichael

Carsky-Wilson Family Fund

Carmen Castro

Trevor Ceniviva

Jagriti Chadha

Chae Cheon

Jessica & Douglas Chia

Alan Chimacoff

Daniel Choi

John Choi

Atul Chowdry

Michelle Christman

Christopher and Susan Tarr Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation

Haewon Chung

Heather Ciociola

Dawn Cohen, in memory of Sam Cohen

Andrea Conaway

Ruth Connolly

Vinny Conte

Meredith & Michael Cook

Nick Cooper

Christina A. Crider

Carmen Cusido

Morvarid Dadgari

Karen Dandurand

Alexandria Daugherty

Martha d’Avila

Elizabeth Davis

Victor Davson

Michael Dawson & Robert Tomaselli

Michelle Decastro

Rachel DeLue

Deirdre DeSteno

Nancy & Matthew Difazio

Hedy DiSimoni

Susan Dittmar

Joanne Donnelly Seglem

Susan Doran

Molly Dotson

Mary Dougherty

Nadel Duclair

Jean & Jon Durbin

Dutch Neck Presbyterian Church

Laura Edwards

Barbara Eklund

Kevin English

Jamie Lauren Ernst

Pamela & Thomas Espenshade

Nir Eyal

Leslie Fabello

Marilyn Fagles

Diane & Gilbert Falcone

Caleb Feiring

June Fialkowski

Paula Figueroa-Vega

Cheryl Finger

Eileen & Stephen Fischer

Tracy Fitzgerald

Joan Fleming

Eileen Foti & Frank Wong

Mara & Gaetano Franceschi

Leigh Ann Francis

Christina Freeman

Robin Friedman

Nadege Frotte

Michelle Maria Fuerst

Carla Gaiser

Carolyn Galayda

Jane Gallagher

Julia Garry

Steve Gates & Julie Fox

Lea Gayon

Joan Girgus & Alan Chimacoff

Give Lively Foundation

Sally Goldfarb

Becca Goldman

Anna Golzalez

David Gomberg

Ms. Johanna Gonzalez

Janice Gossman

Stephanie & William Gray

Josee Graybill

Melissa Greenberg

Eric Gregory

Arbel Griner

Katja Guenther

Reed Gusciora

Natasha F. Haase

Maria Hage Boutros

Elisabeth & David Hagen

Eric Hagin

Marilyn Ham

Nicole M. Hancock

Chris Harford

Sandi Hassett

Charles Heaps

Cynthia & Robert Hendrickson

Nancy & Richard Henkel

Alice Herman & Arthur Rubinstein

William Hoffman

Anna Horner

Michael Hornsby

Emily Hostetter

B. Sue Howard

Kimberly Hunk

Hutchins HVAC

Christine Hyde Citron

Chanel Hyer

Ed Hynes

Darma & Betsy Ie

Ms. Katarzyna Iwaniec

Soko Iwata

Maia Jachimowicz

Barbara Jackson

Lucy James

Jennifer Jang & Sam Becker, in memory of Donald Jang

Katherine Janiszewski

Sally & Bob Jenkins

Danielle Jenkins

Claudia Jimenez Wadler

Sharon Joag

Daphne Jones

Christine Juhn

Martin Kahn

Lauren Kaltman

Kyounghwa Kang

Reema Kanzaria

Pat Kao & Ben Raphael

Isbael Kentengian

Ibad Khan

Rabeeha Khan

Mr. Michael & Rev. Louise L. Kingston

Susan Klein

Kathleen Klockenbrink

Lisa Knigge

Julia Knigge

Mai Kobori

Jessica & Richard Koehler

Ronnie Koenig

Lillian Koo

Joyce Kozloff

Kathleen Kraft

Sheila Kremer

Katerina Kucerova Roeser

Nicole Kurelek

Heather Lancefield

Barbara & Robert Landau

Zohar Lavi-Hasson

Patricia Lay Rafoss

Rayshawn Ledet

James Lee

Chen Lesnik

Ellen & Harry Levine

Sarah Lewis Smith

Ching Li

Josh Lichtblau

Donna Liese

Bobette & Dan Lister

Sharon Litvinsky

Martha Liu

Lizabeth Livne

Judith Loesch

Tania Lombrozo

Sarah Long Perez

Alexis Lucena

Anne Lu-Wong

Kathleen Lynch

Meghan Mackay

Wendy Mager & Eric Monberg

Bert Mandelbaum & Joanna Ronelli

Jeff Mann

Julia Marsh

Carol & John Marsland, in honor of the Members Show

James Martiney

Viridiana Martinez Weiss

Virginia Mason & Robert Willig

Anita Mathur

Ohad Mayblum

Amy Mayer

Heather de Maynadier

Corrine McConnaughy

Hilde McConville

Ann McKeehan

Michelle McKenna & Patrick Bernuth

Julie McLaughlin

Ari Meisel

Tianran Miao

Julia Mikhailova

Catherine Millett

Melissa Mistry

Megan Mitchell & Greg Robinson

MLKYD Family Giving Fund

Jennifer Monga

Heidi Moon

Grace Moon

The Morduch & Borovoy Family

Elisabeth Morgan

Patricia Mosher

Layna Mosley

Jennifer Munko

Muslim Center of Greater Princeton

Julie & Michael Nachamkin

Juliana Nascimento

Elizabeth Naumann

Paula Navajas

Raquel Neri

Phoebe Nobles

Deborah & Philip Nord

Lenora Obed

Karolun Obregon

Ida Ochoteco

Michael Oldemeyer

Veronica Olivares-Weber & Oscar Torres-Reyna

Amy Onder

Maureen E. O’Neill

Eva Ostrowsky

Martha G. Otis

Elizabeth Totten

Esra Ozer

Shilpa Pai & Anish Sheth

Chandrima Pal

Parul Pall

Victoria & Michael Palmer

Richa Pande

Kiki Parry

Jean & Larry Parsons

Nuala & Anthony Passannante

Vaishali Patel

Patrick Rulon-Miller Charitable Fund

Fabien Paulot

Shannon Pereira

Mona Peteet

Catherine Phillips

Dr. & Mrs. Robert Pickens

Alice Pisani

Benjamin Platoff

Alison & David Politziner

Asia Popinska

Tatiana V. Popova & Sheldon Sturges

Eugenia Porello Manna

Traci Prendergast

Hope Pressler

Beverly Prewitt

Prudential Fox & Roach Realtor

Linda Przybylko

Janet Randolph

Prakash Rao

Annie Raulerson

Ryan Riley

Greg Robinson

Carlos Rodrigues

Grace Roemer

Meredyth Romalis

Priscilla & Kermit Roosevelt

Howard A. Rosen

Jennifer Rourke

Amanda Rutheny

Lisa Salacz

Ralu Samay

Elizabeth & Gregory Samios

Gregory Samios

Michele E. Sammarco

Navaneetha Santhanam

Kimberly de los Santos

Allison Saunders

Debbie Schaeffer & Steve Ritzau

Miriam Schaer

Henry David Schilb

Alexa Schmid

Karla & Steven Schultz

Rebecca Schutt

Judith & Martin Schwartz

Schwartz Family Fund of the Princeton Area Community Foundation

Faith Scibienski

Sondra Scott

Catherine Semrod

April Sette

Vanya Shah Sehgal

Deenu Shaik

Afsheen Shamsi

Sandra & Daniel Shapiro

Molly Sharlach

Cyndi Shattuck

Tomoko Shibata

Claire Shields

Christina Sibley

Joshua Silva

Abraham Silverman

Judy Singleton

Elisabeth & Hayden Smith, a portion in honor of Melissa Kuscin

Olga Smyrnova

Joan Snyder

Nirav Soni

Gregory Stankiewicz

Vincent Stanley

Ann & Austin Starkey

Georgette Stern

Beverly Stern

Kathryn Stoltzfus-Dueck

Margarite Strouse

Pamela Strum

Laurel Suk

Sandra C. Sussman & Ronald N. Schnur

Cecily Swanson

Helen Szathmary & Andreas Jerez

Gerald & Linda Tague

Jitao Tang

Samantha Taylor

Suzanne Thompson

John Thompson

Augusta Tilney

Maryam Tirandaz

Lori & Tad Troilo

Anita Trullinger

Sebnem Tuzun

Dixie Uffelman

Dawn Ulley

Aparna Uppal

Denise Valenti

Anthony Valentino

Maria Venti

Cathleen Vossler

Robin Wallack

Anne B. Walsh

Bridget Walsh

Megumi Watanbe

Christopher Wei

Marc Weiner

Karen Wells

Wendy & Paul Bond

Pam & Dave Wetherill

Kristi Wiedemann

Peter Wilson

Janel Winter

Ahalya Wise

Kenneth Witkowski

Ana Woodrow

The Wright Family

Teresa Yazbek Pereira

Rebecca Zack Callahan

Tim Zebo

Yueting Zhang

Laurin Zhang

Feifei Zhang

Pablo Zurita-Gotor

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Adam Welch, Executive Director  
Erin Armington, Education Manager  
Claudia Ceballos, Reception  
Dave DiMarchi, Print Studio Manager 
Maria Evans, Artistic Director  
Mini Krishnan, Office Administrator   
Melissa Kuscin, Marketing & Program Manager   
Wadiya Legette, Reception  
Stephanie Nazario, Financial Administrator   
Liza Peck, Development Director  
Kathleen Preziosi, Ceramics Manager  
Catherine Rommel, Reception 
Sapphire Srigley, Education Assistant  
Emma Stephens, Development Associate 


Joe Kossow, President 
John Thompson, Vice President 
Mimi Mount, Treasurer 
Jacqui Alexander, Secretary 
Tina Motto, Executive Committee Member at Large 
Tamara Simpkins Franklin, Executive Committee Member at Large  
Patrick de Maynadier, Executive Committee Member at Large 

Philip Clippinger 
Aaron Fisher 
Lindsey Forden 
Samira Ghani 
Kathy Herring 
Dozie Ibeh 
Stephen Kim 
Viridiana Martínez Weiss 
Diana Moore  
Lydia Pfeiffer 
Alex Pimentel  

Adam Welch, Executive Director 
Anne Reeves, Founding Director 


Sarah Collum Hatfield, Co-Chair 
Ed Stelmakh, Co-Chair 
Timothy M. Andrews 
Kathleen Bagley 
Leigh Bartlett 
Peter Bienstock 
James Burke 
Ben Colbert 
Barbie Cole 
Ted Deutsch  
Jessica Durrie 
William Harla 
Mitch Henderson 
Jamie Herring 
Isabella de la Houssaye 
Claire Jacobus 

Kookie Johnson 
Casey Lambert 
Wendy Mager 
Cameron Manning 
Maria Dominguez Momo 
Raoul Momo 
Carlo Momo 
Veronica Olivares Weber 
Anne O’Neill 
Jacqueline Phares 
John Rassweiler 
Nancy Robins 
Judith McCartin Scheide 
Dawn Schrader 
Anne VanLent 
Anne Wright Wilson