Here's what's happening tomorrow at the Historical Society of Princeton: WE ♥ PRINCETON: STORIES FROM THE STREET
The Historical Society of Princeton’s latest exhibition, We ♥ Princeton: Stories from the Street, is an interactive look at what the names of Princeton’s streets reveal about the people, places and events that make up its history. The themes of history, diversity, education and innovation are examined through four main roads: Nassau Street, Paul Robeson Place, University Place and Einstein Drive. Included is a collection of maps spanning four centuries, featuring an aerial view donated by Princeton University and the 2013 consolidated Princeton map. Visitors of all ages will enjoy designing a street sign, answering trivia questions and adding their favorite businesses and organizations to “Princeton’s Top 10.”
Looks very interesting, Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, Princeton Bernstein Gallery! Good luck with the Artists' Reception tonight!
“Cooking for Change”
Photographs by Steve Riskind and text by Doris Friedensohn
“Cooking for Change” reminds viewers that becoming a proficient cook is no easy business. Steve Riskind’s photography and the text by Doris Friedensohn provide a window into the exhilaration and hope, and the frustrations and challenges facing students at the Food Service Training Academy of the Community FoodBank in Hillside, NJ.
What is happening at Morven Museum & Garden for tomorrow's ArtWalk you ask? Check it out:
Collector, Roy Pedersen will be on hand to meet guest and discuss Morven’s new exhibition, Coastal Impressions: Painters of the Jersey Shore, 1880-1940. This exhibition explores the work of artists who lived, worked and drew inspiration from New Jersey’s famous shores. Prolific artist colonies flourished in New Jersey, producing an output that rivaled better-known artist enclaves up and down the east coast.
Kathleen Maguire Morolda's Cranbury Station Galleries on Palmer Square is proud to feature the work of Jean Lareuse in Princeton’s annual Artwalk. Born of Catalan parents in French Guiana, Africa, Lareuse gained success in Paris at the age of 23 and has since shown work in London, New York, Caracas, Washington, ect. The internationally known artist and long-time Princeton resident will be showing his playful paintings of still lives, landscapes, beach and equestrian scenes. The paintings glow from within through Lareuse’ unique use of light and color. Their luminosity conveys a sense of joy and freedom, of life lived to the fullest.
Lewis Center for the Arts has a jam-packed night planned for you, ArtWalkers! Check it out:
5:00-8:00 p.m. Open house and refreshments
7:00-9:00 p.m. Opening reception for “Color│ed” an exhibition of sculpture and prints by Ugo Udogwu, a senior in the Program in Visual Arts
8:00 p.m. Performance of “O Where Are You Going?” a new play written and directed by Daniel Rattner, a senior in the Program in Theater ...
9:00 p.m. Screening of “Rebecca” a new film written and directed by Chris Dodds, a senior in the Program in Visual Arts/Film & Video Track
May 2 is our next Princeton ArtWalk! Come join us for a beautiful spring visual arts adventure in downtown Princeton! More information to come shortly...
Check out what Morven Museum & Garden has for you hardy ArtWalkers tonight!
Exhibit photographer, Richard Speedy will be on hand this evening to meet guests and discuss his exquisite photographs featured in Morven’s current exhibit, The Pine Barrens: A Legacy of Preservation. Guests are also invited to explore Morven’s permanent exhibition located on the first floor of the museum as they enjoy a selection of wine and cheese.
Here's what Princeton University Art Museum has in store for ArtWalkers tomorrow!!
Those who brave the weather will be rewarded with a great time at any of our ArtWalk venues!
A fan of Small World Coffee? Yeah, us too. Here's what they have on offer for ArtWalk!
"Please join us at Small World Coffee for our 18th annual Princeton Friend's School art show. This year they have created whimsical monster masks! We will be handing out samples of our coffee of the month, Kenya AA. These samples will be prepared using the Hario pour-over method."
Awesome! Looks like fun, Historical Society of Princeton!
Princeton ArtWalk is back this Thursday! Join us between 5-8 PM for the opening reception of We ♥ Princeton: Stories from the Street.
From Princeton University, Rare Books and Special Collections, Firestone Library for you to enjoy TOMORROW during ArtWalk (5-8pm)!
Our latest exhibit, Republic in the Wilderness: Treasures of American History from Jamestown to Appomattox, is a featured exhibit on this Thursday's ArtWalk. Please join us Thursday, March 7, 2013, from 5 pm to 8 pm.
A new exhibition in the Main Gallery of Firestone Library, “A Republic in the Wilderness: Treasures from Jamestown to Appomattox,” celebrates the people and events that created an enduring political union and shaped the American experience, and features some of Princeton’s finest holdings of American historical manuscripts, autograph letters, rare books, maps, broadsides, prints, photographs, and other original materials. Exhibit runs from Feb. 22 - August 4, 2013.