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Historic Photography Shines in Show Marking Pennington’s 125th Anniversary

An exhibition of historic photographs from the Hopewell Valley Historical Society’s George H. Frisbie Collection goes on show at The Pennington School’s Silva Gallery of Art Friday, March 27. “Pennington…

Children’s Book Illustrator Invites The Imagination to Play at PDS

The Anne Reid ’72 Art Gallery at Princeton Day School is pleased to present “Drawing and Drawing Again” featuring the artwork of book illustrator Matthew Cordell from March 30 through…

Reception Tonight for Frank Rivera Retrospective at MCCC Gallery

There will be an opening public reception tonight, Wednesday, March 11, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the gallery in Mercer County Community College (MCCC) for an exhibition of work…

Mexican Artist Emilia Sirrs Showcases Her Work in a Princeton Home Gallery

Using rich traces of rust with cement and ash, Mexican artist Emilia Sirrs creates depth and color in her large abstract canvases. The artist’s bold technique is shown to good…

Lambertville Art Sale for Big Brothers Big Sisters

A Pop-Up art show at 22 Church Street in Lambertville will showcase the works of two local artists, Elina Lorenz and Jacqui Alexander, on Saturday, February 28, starting at noon.…

MCCC Showcases Award Winning Artists

The Mercer County arts community came out in force earlier this month to view the rich and varied works of fellow artists at the Awards Ceremony and Opening Reception for…

Morven Remembers Hugh Mercer, In Scottish Diaspora Tapestry

Morven Museum and Garden on Stockton Street is participating in a worldwide celebration of The Scottish Diaspora by bringing volunteer stitchers together to work on a single tapestry panel that…

Mary Leck’s “Flowers and Ice” On View at Chapin Gallery

The Gallery at Chapin’s latest exhibition brings artistry and botanical science together for a close look at flowers and ice, the twin interests of local photographer Mary Allessio Leck. “Parallel…

Friday Reception for D&R Greenway’s Current “High Noon to Midnight” Show

In celebration of its current art exhibition, “High Noon to Midnight Moon–Talismans of the Horizon,” the D&R Greenway Land Trust will host a reception and artists’ opening this Friday, January…

Danny Lyon’s Iconic Civil Rights Era Images Document Selma and Washington at TCNJ

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the historic march from Selma to Montgomery in Alabama that ultimately saw President Lyndon Johnson sign the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Besides…