Community cultural events, open mics, parties, workshops in the visual, performing, and media arts — there is something for everyone here.
Our event programming is designed to be high-quality, engaging, affordable, and accessible to the diverse population that we serve in the greater Princeton region.
Porchfest is a family-friendly event featuring musicians of all kinds playing free shows on porches throughout the neighborhood. Stroll from porch to porch and relax on front lawns and sidewalks as you enjoy live local talent!
We’re excited to announce the second annual Princeton Porchfest, to be held Saturday, April 29 from 12-6pm. Learn more.
Shop the region’s most exciting vendors working in ceramics, textiles, printmaking, wood, glass, leather, jewelry, self-care, vintage, and more. Sip local brews in our Beer Garden, and get hands-on in our open studios. It’s a full day of community + creativity, and you’re invited. Learn more.
The Art People Party is our annual art + wine party. Each year’s theme inspires whimsy decor, creative fashions, and delectable bites from local eateries, while the signature Tombola art auction sees that every ticket holder leaves with an original piece of art.
Proceeds support the Arts Council’s Anne Reeves Artist-in-Residence program and community outreach initiatives, enriching the lives of at-risk youth, families, LGBTQ+ teens, and low-income seniors through accessible, high-quality art programming. Learn more about Art People Party 2023.
From collecting art to tasting wine, our ART OF series will introduce you to the endless creativity and innovation in our community. Created by locals, for locals, these all inclusive experiences require no supplies or commitment. Just call your friends and we’ll do the rest.
Funds raised from this event allow us to continue offering free high quality community cultural events and outreach programs. Learn more.
Celebrate el Día de los Muertos with the Arts Council of Princeton! Join us for a free, family-friendly outdoor festival to learn about this culturally rich holiday with Mariachi, dance, delicious food and hands-on projects inspired by traditional folk art. Save the date for Day of the Dead 2023 on Saturday, November 4.
This one-day market is a unique opportunity to purchase handmade gifts directly from local artisans and crafters working in ceramics, textiles, jewelry, fine art, and more. Find one-of-a-kind gifts all while supporting the creatives living and working in your community! Save the date for Sauce for the Goose 2023 on Saturday, November 11. Learn more.