Since Art All Night's start in 2007, Bruce Toth has been a core part of the spirited extravaganza that calls itself “24 Hours of Community, Creativity, and Inspiration.”
From Pennington to Nashville, singer Sheridan Gates has worked her way up to become a budding music star.
It’s impossible, in fact, to separate Bordentown storyteller Denise McCormack from stories. That’s not just because she tells them for a living, it’s because talking to her for more than a few minutes means hearing one story after another.
To research his most recent book, Michael Robertson sought out his own little piece of heaven in a remote village in the Scottish Hebrides.
Powerful words combine with emotive dance in the temporary home of Trenton Central High School’s Visual and Performing Arts Academy.
An exhibit titled “Interwoven Stories” features embroideries by community members on 8.5 x 11 pieces of cotton muslin stitched to look like looseleaf paper.
As part of this year’s reunion celebrations Frank Stella, now 82, will participate in the panel discussion on the exhibition on Friday, June 1, at the art museum.
The Arts Council of Princeton has announced their lineup for the 2018 Summer Courtyard Concert Series, held every Thursday from June 21 to August 23.
John Enz, long-time music teacher at High School North and artistic director of the West Windsor-based Youth Orchestra of Central Jersey, has devoted himself to correcting an oddity.
It’s been 80 years since West Windsor, then a sleepy farm town, found itself at the center of a fictional Martian invasion. To commemorate, the West Windsor Arts Center is gearing up to launch a new public arts project.