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Art Meets Architecture At D&R Greenway, July 12 

An experimental project to design homes based on sustainable building practices is the focus of a gathering this Saturday, July 12, on the grounds of D&R Greenway Land Trust, from…

Steve Tobin “Out of This World” Exhibition To Open at Michener Art Museum, Saturday

For anyone who missed the incredible New Jersey showing of Steve Tobin’s work at Grounds for Sculpture (GFS) in 2012, the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown offers another…

Fifth Graders Focus on Endangered Species In Conserve Wildlife Show at D&R Greenway

  An exhibition of artwork by New Jersey fifth graders will be on display in the Olivia Rainbow Gallery at the D&R Greenway Land Trust, through Friday, August 29. “The…

Inspired by Bruce Springsteen’s Humanitarianism, Local Sculptor Creates Portrait of “The Boss”

Commuters to and from Princeton using the Alexander corridor will have noticed new artwork at the corner of Alexander and Faculty Roads. Sited at Larini’s Service Center and gas station,…

Valor and Vainglory, Firestone Exhibition Marks 200 Years of Latin American History

When Princeton resident Robert Ross decided to donate his priceless collection of medals and honors to his alma mater Princeton University, he wanted to be sure that the items would…

Haskell to Discuss PUAM’s Abstract Exhibition Celebrating Artists From Rothko to Richter, Friday

Princeton University alumnus Preston H. Haskell III (Class of 1960), will discuss the process of collecting modern and contemporary art in conversation with Pulitzer Prize–winning author and art critic Mark…

Photographic Images at Gallery 14 Invite Viewers to Imagine Narratives

Gallery 14 in Hopewell features photography by longtime gallery member Martha Weintraub in the Main Gallery and by David C. Wurtzel in the adjoining Jay Goodkind Gallery from May 23…

Bob Justin’s Emotional Response to Pain In “Out of Darkness” Show in Plainsboro

Bob Justin is one of a kind, a man who didn’t expect to be an artist but just couldn’t help himself. The creative impulse has led this former Plainsboro resident…

Art Is Part of the Healing Process At the New Hospital in Plainsboro

Art is playing no small part in the process of patient recovery at the new University Medical Center of Princeton at Plainsboro (UMCPP) and local artists feature most prominently among…

Browning Desks, Tea Kettle on Display In Firestone Library, Rare Books Dept.

Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning’s love story is one of the most famous in 19th century literature. Elizabeth Barrett (1806-1861), one of the most prominent English poets of the Victorian…