Ongoing

The Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood by Romus Broadway

Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood Princeton

ON VIEW THROUGH MAY 2023 An important portion of the rich history of Princeton’s Historic Witherspoon-Jackson Neighborhood resides in the memories and family stories of many of its residents. Recognizing the importance of preserving and documenting these recollections, the Arts Council of Princeton announces a...

Retrieving the Life and Art of James Wilson Edwards and a Circle of Black Artists

Taplin Gallery - Arts Council of Princeton Princeton

James Wilson Edwards, Rex Goreleigh, Hughie Lee-Smith, Selma Hortense Burke, Wendell T. Brooks Curated by Judith K. Brodsky and Rhinold Ponder CATALOG A 114-page catalog featuring each work in the exhibition and essays by curators Judith K. Brodsky & Rhinold Ponder, and Dr. Rachael Z....

Roots & Branches of the 20th Century Black Arts Movement: Paul, Ossie & Alvin

“...this ambivalence we feel...It is the ambivalence that expresses the Black situation in American racist society expressing itself in relationship to the people and one of its heroes. We are all victims of this ambivalence. We are split right down the middle...as individuals, as artists,...

Café Improv

All are invited to Cafe Improv, home to the very best in live performance in the Princeton area since the early 1990s. It's a haven for artists to feel at home performing original works in front of an appreciative, respectful audience. Café Improv connects beginning and...

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