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The writing is on the wall. Millions of artists are out of work and unsure of if and when they will return to work on commissions, performing, or teaching. Yet artwork on the walls of several buildings in the region provides a reminder of another era when millions, including artists, lost their jobs: The Great Depression, 1929 to 1941.
Artists responded to an invitation to share visual thoughts, feelings, and discoveries during our current health crisis. So we are turning this page into a virtual gallery and letting the artist have their say in shape and color.
Labyrinth Books and the Princeton Public Library continue their live stream author talks on Thursday, May 28, with Lara Freidenfelds, author of the recently released “The Myth of the Perfect Pregnancy: A History of Miscarriage in America.”
With regional museums closed and waiting to reopen, we decided to remind readers of their important collections by highlighting visual art works you can visit as soon as social distancing practices change and museum doors open.
Bill Nobes made an album capturing the sound of Trenton’s underground music scene. Titled “Analog Trenton,” the recording released late in 2019 on CD and vinyl features 40 capital city music performers and bands.