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Seward Johnson Takes Manhattan With Show of Work in Garment District

If you’ve strolled down Broadway through New York City’s Garment District in recent months you will have observed some intriguing public art on display in the city streets. Donna Dodson…

Photographs of Cuba At MCCC Gallery

A special photography exhibition featuring Mercer County Community College (MCCC) alumna Alina Bliach (’06) opens with a reception in the Gallery at MCCC on Saturday, June 13, from 6 to…

Another Unique Exploration of N.J. History On Display at Morven Museum and Garden

  Where else but Princeton’s Morven Museum & Garden would you find an exhibition devoted entirely to the history of chair-making in New Jersey? Even though the museum’s staff is…

Works by Van Nesse Greene At Doylestown’s Gratz Gallery

The Gratz Gallery & Conservation Studio, at its new location, 5230 Silo Hill Road in Doylestown, is pleased to announce “Albert Van Nesse Greene (1887-1971) Impressions of Life,” an exhibition…

Patrick Ryan’s New Art Space, Gallery 353, Will Feature Local and Regional Artists

A new art gallery opens in Princeton this Friday, May 22, with an exhibition of oil paintings by Heather Sturt Haaga. Ms. Haaga is well-known in Princeton as both a…

Arts Council and HomeFront Student Show at D&R Greenway

D&R Greenway welcomes the public to “All Eyes on Nature,” an exhibition of innovative works by ArtsExchange students of the Arts Council of Princeton, through HomeFront. Dynamic images of nature…

Modern Masterworks Will Return to PUAM This Fall

A major exhibition of masterworks by Cézanne, Degas, Manet, Modigliani, and Van Gogh will be on view at the Princeton University Art Museum from September 12, through January 3, 2016.…

Jeanne Calo Exhibition and Sale Will Benefit Senior Resource Center

The life and artistic creativity of the late local artist Jeanne Calo will be celebrated at the Princeton Senior Resource Center (PSRC) with an opening reception for an exhibition and…

Bible Exhibition Unites Ancient Traditions And Modern Technology at Erdman Gallery

The idea of a handwritten illuminated Bible conjures up the image of a heavy leather-bound tome reverently presented for display in a glass case in some hushed library. Most of…

Princeton Scenes on View At Small World Coffee on Nassau

Paintings of familiar scenes around town by local artist Jay McPhillips will feature in a display of his paintings opening at Small World Coffee, 254 Nassau Street, on April 7.…

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