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The Old Barracks Museum in Trenton is celebrating Trenton area artists and Trenton art in a month-long gallery show in the historic 18th-century building. The “Arts at the Old Barracks Gallery Show: “Trenton Makes,” on view June 7 through July 6, will showcase artworks that best exemplify Trenton art and artists.

An opening reception is on Friday, June 7 from 6 to 9 p.m. Meet the artists at this free public event and discuss their works while enjoying light refreshments and admiring a sampling of the city’s creativity and inspiration. Works will be available for sale through the museum store. more

Shown is “Moven, 1959,” by Dudley Morris (1912-1966), from the Morven Collection, a gift of Bayard Stockton III by his children and grandchildren.

Morven Museum & Garden has played a unique role in the history of New Jersey and the nation. Home to five governors and a signer of the Declaration of Independence, Morven will soon feature some behind the scenes and lesser known stories of the historic home and its residents.

“Morven Revealed: Untold Stories from New Jersey’s Most Historic Home” will open to visitors on April 26, and run through March 2, 2025. The exhibit celebrates Morbven’s 20th anniversary as a museum — a time to delve into the collections and commemorate its past. The exhibit will show rarely exhibited objects and newly discovered photographs. more

(Photos Courtesy of Mercer Museum & Fonthill Castle)

The Doan Gang roamed Bucks County, Pa., in the 1770s, and were known for exploits that included stealing horses and selling them to the British, robbing the Bucks County treasury, and in general, disrupting the new governments of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland. Later romanticized, they were considered both villains and heroes.

Discover their untold stories at the Mercer Museum in Doylestown, Pa., beginning May 4 in a new exhibition, “The Doan Gang: Outlaws of the Revolution.” The museum delves into an immersive history of the  Revolutionary War-era loyalists and a world of espionage, legendary robberies, and mythical lost treasure. Visitors will learn how these outlaws plotted, schemed, and plundered through a divided world in the early days of a new nation, and how their loyalty to British rule in the Colonies sometimes forced their neighbors and friends to choose sides during a time of great political and social unrest.

The Mercer Museum is located at 84 South Pine Street in Doylestown, Pa., and is  open Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is $15 for adults; $13 for ages 65 and up; $10 for students, $8 for youths ages 6-17, and free for children under age 5.

The member preview day is Friday, May 3. This special exhibition is included with museum admission. For more information, visit mercermuseum.org/doanprograms.

Image Source: Grounds for Sculpture

Now open at Grounds For Sculpture, Cloud Swing is designed to inspire a world in which public art and play invite and include people of all abilities. Three standard swings and two wheelchair accessible swings hang from a cloud-shaped metal canopy. The swings face each other, fostering community and a sense of belonging.

This sculpture was designed by Brooklyn based Isometric Studio, whose mission is to unite graphic design and architecture to create empowering visual identities and spatial experiences. Through their collaboration with leading cultural institutions and nonprofits, they create opportunities and partnerships characterized by intellectual rigor, aesthetic sophistication, and memorable storytelling. more

The New Jersey Symphony will help to ring in the Lunar New Year on February 3 at 3 p.m. at Prudential Hall at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC). The classical repertoire will be conducted by Yue Bao with Tony Siqi Fun on piano.

The concert is designed as a cultural exchange and is perfect for all ages. To mark the start of the Year of the Dragon, Music Director Xian Zhang has chosen some fiery and dramatic pieces of music.  more

Karl J. Kuerner (b. 1957), Pennsylvania Farmer, 1996.

From January 27 to May 19, 2024, the Brandywine Museum of Art will be spotlighting Andrew Wyeth’s artistic connection and inspiration that he drew from the Kuerner family and their farm. During his lifetime, Wyeth painted numerous masterful studies of the Kuerner Farm, which sat adjacent to his own property.  more

This year’s Sauce for the Goose holiday art market is back and better than ever! On Saturday, November 11 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., browse high-quality handmade gifts from local artisans and crafters.

The one-day sale will be held next to the Arts Council of Princeton’s building at 102 Witherspoon Street. This is the 29th year for this market, which draws people from around the region in search of holiday gifts. more

Princeton Garden Theatre will showcase a compilation of eight short films from the 2023 New York International Children’s Film Festival on Saturday, November 11 and Sunday, November 12 at 11 a.m.

This year’s selection of nominees really allows the imagination to roam wild. Whether dreaming up the fantastical, like a cat the size of a house, or the practical, like exploring the wonders of space with a family member, this event is sure to surprise and delight. more

Watercolorists Unlimited will be showcasing their artwork at the Gourgaud Gallery in Cranbury during the month of November. The exhibit, titled “Watercolor Gifts for the Holiday,” will feature paintings that make the perfect holiday gift, including wintery scenes, still lifes, and plenty of local Cranbury scenes. The work of 11 watercolor artists will be featured.  more

The greater Princeton community is invited to the El Dia de los Muertos event (also known as Day of the Dead) on Saturday, November 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Arts Council of Princeton, 102 Witherspoon Street.  more

Image Source: Beth Brody

The new book from Mira Nakashima, daughter of George Nakashima, one of the leading innovators of 20th century furniture, takes a behind-the-scenes look at the Nakashima furniture-making process and how he became a household name. more

The “94th Juried Art Show” at Phillips’ Mill is set to open on September 23 and run through October 29 at the historic mill on River Road just north of New Hope, Pa. Among the works on display is Pamela Miller’s Phillips’ Mill Party Cat, which was selected as the 2023 Signature Image. Over 100 framed canvases and sculpture will be featured as well as an abundant array of unframed portfolio pieces. Art enthusiasts and collectors are encouraged to spend an afternoon browsing the eclectic array of businesses and dining options within the 25-mile radius surrounding the mill.  more

The Gourgaud Gallery, located in Town Hall, 23A Main Street in Cranbury, has announced that its October exhibit will be “All Around the World.” A reception will take place on Sunday, October 8 from 1 to 3 p.m. Light refreshments will be served.  more

On Tuesday, September 19 beginning at 6 p.m., Newark Public Library will present a special program entitled “Black Liberation: Seeking Freedom in 18th and 19th Century Newark.” The event will be held at Newark Public Library, but participants may also join the program virtually at https://www.njpac.org/event/black-liberation-seeking-freedom-in-18th-and-19th-century-newark/. It is requested that those who are joining in person or virtually RSVP either way at the indicated link. more

The Cotsen Children’s Library, a unit within Princeton University Library’s Department of Special Collections, has been featured on a segment of PBS’ Craft in America.

The library is the benefaction of Lloyd E. Cotsen, ’50, and Charter Trustee, Emeritus. The curatorial division administers the research collection of illustrated children’s books, manuscripts, original artwork, prints, and educational toys, hosts academic conferences on children’s books and publishes their proceedings, and sponsors fellowships for research. The outreach division of Cotsen serves children of all ages, families, librarians, and educators.  more

Located in Lambertville, Green Building Center is a firm specializing in the most environmentally responsible materials and methods of building and design. Their space at 67 Bridge Street shares an array of these products and the showroom also displays the work of local artists. The current exhibit features contemporary landscape paintings by artist Michelle Farro. more

The Newark Museum of Art and Newark Arts have announced that “Cross Cultural Perspectiveswill be the signature exhibition of the 2023 Newark Arts Festival, a free, four-day celebration running September 27 through October 1. The exhibition opens on September 27 and features works by a roster of more than 90 New Jersey artists. It will be on view through October 29.  more

哪吒 [Nezha], Liu Shiming, 1980. Courtesy of the Liu Shiming Foundation.

The Liu Shiming Art Foundation (LSAF) and Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University have announced the opening of a new exhibition, “Liu Shiming: Life Gives Beauty Form.” The exhibit is on view through September 22 at Mason Gross School of the Arts, 33 Livingston Avenue, New Brunswick.  more

Get ready for an action-packed, back-to-back James Bond feature presented by Princeton Garden Theatre on Thursday August 17 at 6:30 p.m. and 9:15 p.m. With the purchase of the Double Feature ticket, patrons get access to both screenings. The evening will include a shaken, not stirred showing of From Russia with Love (1963) starring Sean Connery and The Living Daylights (1987) starring Timothy Dalton. Both films are entirely different interpretations of the classic James Bond role.  more

Based on the success of last year’s art show “Celebrating Old Trees,” Terhune Orchards’ Art Show and Sale will return September 9 through December 10 with the theme of barns. Barns of any kind, anywhere may be depicted in this art show. Furthermore, all media is accepted, so artists should not feel limited to painting or drawing.  more

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