Call for Art

The West Windsor Arts Council is calling artists to participate in its Harmony Visual Arts Show. WWAC invites artists to explore the idea of balance disrupted and harmony restored as it relates to personal experience, beliefs, or observations.

The opening ceremony for the event will occur online on Friday, January 15, from 7:15 to 9 p.m. Exhibit dates will be from Monday, January 11 to Friday, February 26.

Up to 3 works of art can be submitted for a fee of $20 for WWAC members $25 for non-members. The submission deadline for all artwork is Sunday, December 13.

For more information regarding the exhibition and eligibility requirements visit www.westwindsorarts.org/exhibition/harmony-art-show or call 609-716- 1931. WWAC is located at 952 Alexander Road, Princeton Junction.

Call for Films

Submissions are being accepted for the 2021 Princeton Environmental Film Festival (PEFF), a signature Princeton Public Library event featuring films and filmmaker presentations which explore sustainability and environmental issues. The festival will be presented in two main sessions in 2021 with special screenings taking place throughout the year.

Entries received by January 15 will be considered for both the all-virtual session in April and the festival’s second session in October. The October session will also be presented in a virtual format but will feature some live events if restrictions on public gatherings are lifted. The submission deadline for the October session is July 15.

An entry form and additional information about PEFF is available at www.princetonlibrary.org/peff. There is no fee to submit a film for consideration.

Call for Stories

State Theatre New Jersey (STNJ) announces Share Your Story — an open call for members of the public to share their STNJ stories in celebration of its upcoming 100th anniversary. Since 1921, the STNJ has been providing inspiration and entertainment to generations of audiences and millions of people. Now, STNJ is looking to its audiences to share their personal stories and meaningful STNJ experiences by uploading a written story, photo, and/or video to www.stnj.org/explore/share-your-story. In addition to uploading stories online, stories can be shared by patrons directly on social media by using #STNJ100.

Each month leading up to the 100th anniversary in December, 2021, State Theatre will select stories from the submissions to feature on its website and on social media channels.

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