The event is sponsored by the Hopewell Valley Arts Council.
A special screening of “The High Frontier” will be held Thursday, Oct. 7 at 7:30 p.m. at the Princeton Garden Theatre.
The 15th annual festival features 34 films and is free to the public.
Lockwood will still work with McCarter as a consultant.
The goal is to support emerging and established arts, culture, and history organizations in Trenton as they reopen and emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Rock singer and songwriter Danielia Cotton, a Hopewell native, will kick the reopening of the theater off on Sept. 10.
The grand opening is slated for Sept. 18.
Masks will be mandatory for all guests.
Viewings are by appointment.
The Princeton Symphony Orchestra and the Princeton Festival announced in late June that the organizations would merge. The merger took effect on July 31. The Princeton Festival will retain its name and continue as a program of the Princeton Symphony Orchestra. The festival will be the orchestra’s flagship summer performing arts program. The Princeton Festival…
The Trenton City Museum at Ellarslie Mansion’s “Going for the Gold” exhibition celebrating Trenton Olympians past and present runs through Sept. 6. The exhibition features photos of Athing Mu and 16 Trenton Olympians from the past. Athing Mu (uh-thing moe) was born in Trenton. Her parents emigrated from Sudan, and she is the second youngest…
The Hopewell Valley Arts Council has named four 2021 Hopewell Valley Central High School graduates as recipients of the organization’s annual scholarships. Seraphina Gillman, Olivia Levin, Nicole Bartnikowski, and David LaRaus have each received a $500 scholarship. The scholarship program for students who want to further their education in any aspect of the arts is…
Free concerts will be held at Small World Coffee on Witherspoon Street every Saturday evening.
The concert is free and open to the public.
Contactless pickup of library materials will still be available.
Choreographer and filmmaker Merli Guerra has created 360-degree, extended reality videos that use dance to tell stories about the history of the Colonnade at the Princeton Battlefield State Park. The videos are viewable on mobile phones as augmented reality if you are on the battlefield grounds or as a virtual reality experience when viewed elsewhere….
The Historical Society of Princeton used a grant to preserve the recordings so researchers can continue to access them for years to come.
A new exhibit is now featured in the public alley on Nassau Street next to Starbucks.