The popular Taste Trenton returns to the capital city for three tasty days, Friday through Sunday, June 7, 8, and 9.
Hamilton Jewelers in Princeton is hosting “The Art of Time” exhibition as part of its 20th annual Watch Fair weekend at its Nassau Street store on Saturday, June 1.
Sculptor Autin Wright stands in the midst of his studio at Grounds For Sculpture. Surrounded by decades of works in a variety of materials — wood, Styrofoam, clay — he points to several sculptures on a nearby table and says “the ones I’m going to show at Princeton are bronze pieces.”
West Windsor-based community ensemble Sinfonietta Nova concludes its 2018-’19 series with “Shall We Dance?” on Saturday, May 11, at 7:30 p.m. at Prince of Peace Lutheran Church.
Sourland Conservancy, Levitt AMP, and CONTACT of Mercer County seek volunteers.
“Interference Fringe” includes 27 sculptures in a range of media: found objects, appropriated industrial machines, carved stone and wood, cast bronze, and works embedded in concrete and coated in bone meal.
"The Figure Abstracted” is the exhibition that immediately greets visitors entering the Princeton University Art Museum.
Princeton Symphony Orchestra celebrated its annual gala on April 13 at Jasna Polana.
PEI Kids, Community Options, McCarter Theater, and the Van Harlingen Historical Society host celebrations.
The Mercer County Division of Culture and Heritage offers two grants programs.