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Opening Reception for Lambertville Artists’ Gallery Annual Holiday Show

The Artists’ Gallery at 18 Bridge Street in Lambertville will hold its 19th annual Holiday Exhibition featuring artwork by its 16 member artists from Thursday, December 4, through Sunday, February…

One Show: Three Artists, Brodsky, Leipzig, Naar Share Wallspace at Romano Gallery in Blairstown

Paintings and drawings by three renowned local artists will be on display at the Armstrong-Hipkins Center for the Arts at Blair Academy in Blairstown. The show is an opportunity to…

D&R Greenway Celebrates 25th Anniversary, Mounts New Show of Botanicals by Local Artists

If you haven’t been to the D&R Greenway Land Trust’s galleries of late, a new exhibition opening this Friday, November 14, is sure to entice old friends and new visitors…

Trenton Reinvents Itself Through Art As “Art All Day” Covers 30 City Sites

Trenton is reinventing itself through art as visitors can see for themselves this Saturday, November 8, when the city becomes a huge outdoor gallery courtesy of ArtWorks, the visual art…

Kongo Across the Waters At University Art Museum

In 1483 when Portuguese explorers first set foot in the Kingdom of the Kongo located in parts of today’s Democratic Republic of the Congo, Republic of the Congo, and Angola,…

New Work by Robert Beck On View in Lambertville

Bucks County artist Robert Beck, whose works are popular among local art collectors, was one of three internationally acclaimed artists to be honored by The Philadelphia Sketch Club at its…

Arts Council Exhibition to Mark 25 Years Of Success for Princeton Artists Alliance

It’s been 25 years since the accomplished local painter Charles McVicker reached out to fellow Princeton artists to form The Princeton Artists Alliance (PAA). An exhibition in celebration of the…

Photography Exhibition at Library Argues For Change in Utility Wiring

Who hasn’t looked with sadness, even horror, at some roadside tree misshapen by utility companies into a v-shaped caricature of its former self. Perhaps you might have wondered about the…

Arts Council Mural Evokes Historic Underground Railroad

It’s not visible from Witherspoon Street, so you’ll have to look behind the Arts Council of Princeton’s Paul Robeson Center building to discover the brightly-colored mural that was painted there…

Princeton University’s Music Department Unveils So– Percussion, Its New Resident Ensemble

Princeton University is steeped in tradition, as is classical music, but music is a continually evolving medium. Well into the second decade of the 21st century, the University’s department of…

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