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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....

Restoring the Overlooked History of Black Artists and Writers in Princeton and Trenton in the Later 20th Century

Art on Hulfish 11 Hulfish Street, Princeton

Join the Arts Council of Princeton for a discussion on oral history and its significance to local race, art, and history. This event will feature panelists Shirley Satterfield, founder of the Witherspoon-Jackson Cultural and Historical Society, Princeton; Lawrence Hilton, collector of African American art and longtime member...