A generation has elapsed since the Princeton Artists Alliance was founded in 1989, and new members are bringing the group back to life.
While recovering from a fractured pelvis several years ago, photographer Eileen Hohmuth-Lemonick, segued into themes of beauty, memory, aging, and death. A preview of this new series is on view as part of “From Durer to Digital and 3-D,” on view at the Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie through Sunday, April 28.
‘Fiction,’ staged by Pegasus Theater Company at the West Windsor Arts Council through April 14, touches on the domestic, academic, and the literary while also being a romance and mystery.
“Trinity,” a new novel by Louisa Hall, attempts to answer the question: who was J. Robert Oppenheimer? She speaks at the Institute for Advanced Study on Friday, April 12.
The West Windsor Arts Council and Trenton Health Team seek artwork. Somerset Valley Players hosts auditions for "Legally Gray."
The Princeton Environment Film Festival, set for Monday through Sunday, April 8 to 14, at the Princeton Public Library, returns just in time to remind us of the importance of preserving our natural world and its resources.
Boheme Opera celebrates its 30th anniversary with a fully staged production of "Aida."
“Remembering Norma Jean” opens at Capital Health Hopewell on Thursday, April 4.
Volunteer, share your art, and learn about mental health first aid.
"Confronting Childhood,” on view at the Princeton University Art Museum through June 9, is a small exhibition with large impact.