Starting Saturday, September 19, the Bordentown Historical Society will present Harrowing History, a storytelling program that focuses on true tales from the darker side of the area’s past.
James Betz says it was at an area swim club when he first heard about the subject that would turn into an obsession and his recently published book, “Ralston Heights.”
Nationally known ceramicist and former Greenwich House Pottery director Adam Welch is ready to talk about assuming the position of executive director for the Arts Council of Princeton.
Newly appointed McCarter Theater artistic director Sarah Rasmussen says the hardest part of leading the Princeton-based professional theater is dealing with “the unknown.”
The Jersey Fresh Jam — the New Jersey celebration of hip hop art and music — returns to Trenton in a modified safety-conscious event. Dean 'Ras' Innocenzi will be among the masked street artists there.
Chances to get outside and volunteer in the community, plus virtual opportunities for creators, readers, and musicians.
Curtains are closed at theaters' physical locations, but many have created online programming. The New Jersey Film Festival is also going virtual.
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra is replacing its previously planned fall 2020 season with the digital series “Virtual Concerts: Your Orchestra, Your Home.”
Museum and gallery staff members have been listening carefully to health experts on the best ways to open their venues safely to the public. The result is that some museums have developed safe practices to do so while others are presenting digital programming while they explore reopening.
The Trenton Downtown Association’s “Murals on Front Street” project continues for the fourth year thanks to a $25,000 New Jersey State Council on the Arts grant.